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Overeating on Thanksgiving: A Questionable Habit

Overeating on Thanksgiving: A Questionable Habit

It’s Thanksgiving and everybody is ready to eat their own body weight in perfectly baked turkey, fabulous side dishes and heartwarming desserts. The smell of turkey wafts through the air. There comes a time when you can no longer restrain yourself from consuming the stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes and green bean casserole. As it…

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Lung Disease Around the World

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When we are healthy, we tend to take our breathing for granted. We live everyday never fully giving thanks to the fact that our lungs are essential organs for life. This can all change when we discover that our lungs have become impaired. If our lungs are not working properly, nothing else but our ability…

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Lung Transplant and COPD: The Connection

24 Nov 2014 | Under COPD, Lung Transplant | Posted by | 0 Comments
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The Need For A New Pair of Lungs All month long we have been talking about COPD and trying to answer the most often asked questions associated with this disease. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is a progressive form of lung disease ranging from mild to severe. It is characterized by a restriction of airflow…

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Stem Cell Therapy vs. Lung Transplant

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Lung transplants are often recommended to individuals in the last stage of their disease. In most situations, a lung transplant is prescribed to a person when it is suspected that they will not survive another year. Typically, good candidates for a lung transplant are in their 40s or younger and in good health, with the…

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Lung Transplant Survival Rates

21 Nov 2014 | Under COPD, Lung Transplant, Treatments | Posted by | 0 Comments
Lung Transplant Survival Rates

What Happens after the Transplant? For people with a very severe form of lung disease there are very few options for treatment. Lung diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), interstitial lung disease or pulmonary fibrosis, are terminal and have no known cure. Even with the availability of alternative treatments like stem cell therapy, some…

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Quit Smoking for One Day. Quit Smoking for Life.

20 Nov 2014 | Under Lifestyle Modifications, Lung Disease | Posted by | 0 Comments
Quit Smoking for One Day. Quit Smoking for Life.

One Day at a Time This year on November 20th, we are hoping to help individuals change their lives. As the date of the Great American Smokeout sponsored by the American Cancer Society, we hope that November 20th will be the start of a smoke-free life for individuals all over the world. We believe that…

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Having COPD and Related Conditions

Having COPD and Related Conditions

There Might Be More Than Just COPD Going On…. Can you have more than just COPD? To answer the question directly, yes! If you or someone you know suffers from the devastating effects of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), then you are all too familiar with the ongoing symptoms that can occur. The horrible coughing,…

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World COPD Day | Take The Quiz

19 Nov 2014 | Under COPD | Posted by | 1 Comment
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Today is November 19, 2014 or World COPD Day!  World COPD Day is organized annually by the Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD). They partner with healthcare professionals, educators and the general public who want to alleviate the hardships that those with COPD face. The first COPD day was held in 2002 and…

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The Role of COPD and Death

18 Nov 2014 | Under COPD, Lifestyle Modifications, Lung Disease | Posted by | 0 Comments
The Role of COPD and Death

Talking About the Final Stage of COPD November is National COPD Awareness Month and all month long we have been talking about a number of articles discussing the effects of COPD. With such a chronic lung disease, there is a darker side to the condition that does have to be discussed. COPD has no cure…

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