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The official blog of the Lung Institute.

Enjoying the Kentucky Derby with COPD

6 May 2016 | Under COPD | Posted by | 0 Comments
Enjoying the Kentucky Derby with COPD

With these simple ideas, enjoying the Kentucky Derby with COPD is easy and fun. Check out our ideas here.

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Stem Cell Therapy Consultation

5 May 2016 | Under Stem Cell Therapy, Treatments | Posted by | 0 Comments
Stem Cell Therapy Consultation

To help you feel prepared for your stem cell therapy consultation, we’ve compiled some questions for you to bring with you. Check it out here.

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Elevation and its Effect on Lung Disease

Elevation and its Effect on Lung Disease

Elevation and Its Effect on Lung Disease can vary significantly. Although high altitudes can have positive long-term benefits on health and longevity, there are many side effects that can negatively effect the human body, particularly for those with lung disease. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you the information you need on altitude and what it can mean for those with chronic lung disease.

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How Does Rheumatoid Arthritis Affect Lung Disease?

3 May 2016 | Under Lung Disease, Related Conditions | Posted by | 0 Comments
How Does Rheumatoid Arthritis Affect Lung Disease?

There are other conditions which can cause lung disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis. So, if you’re wondering how rheumatoid arthritis affects lung disease, here’s what you need to know.

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How to Improve Appetite

How to Improve Appetite

Having a chronic lung disease can make having an appetite challenging. We’re here to help you with these tips on how to improve appetite.

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Fundraising for Lung Disease Treatment

29 Apr 2016 | Under Stem Cell Therapy | Posted by | 0 Comments
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Check out these fundraising for lung disease treatment tips that have helped some of our patients.

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Natural Lung Function Decline vs. Lung Function Decline with COPD

27 Apr 2016 | Under COPD | Posted by | 2 Comments
Lung Function Decline with Age vs. COPD

Keep reading to learn more about age related lung function decline versus lung function decline from COPD here.

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Staying Active with Lung Disease

Staying Active with Lung Disease

While staying active can be challenging, it is important to overall health and well-being. Check out these tips for staying active with lung disease.

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Common Conditions for People with Lung Disease

Common Conditions for People with Lung Disease

As if having a lung disease weren’t enough, another issue to be aware of is Common Conditions for People with Lung Disease. Some conditions turn out to be contributing causes of lung disease. Conversely, lung disease can increase the chance of contracting others. While there isn’t a cure for COPD, rheumatoid arthritis or GERD, the symptoms can be managed to make life with these conditions more manageable.

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All treatments performed at Lung Institute utlize autologous stem cells, meaning those derived from a patient's own body. No fetal or embryonic stem cells are utilized in Lung Institute's procedures. Lung Institute aims to improve patients' quality of life and help them breathe easier through the use of autologous stem cell therapy. To learn more about how stem cells work for lung disease, click here.

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