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The official blog of the Lung Institute.

Did COPD Cause the End of the Marlboro Man?

25 Aug 2016
| Under COPD, Lung Disease, Smoking | Posted by | 0 Comments
Did COPD Cause the End of the Marlboro Man?

After years of smoking, the Marlboro Man developed lung disease and so did many other American people. Did COPD cause the end of the Marlboro Man? Read on to learn more.

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Emphysema Treatment: What’s New?

24 Aug 2016
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Emphysema Treatment: What’s New?

Emphysema and chronic bronchitis fall under the category of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). These chronic lung diseases are progressive, meaning they will worsen over time. However, when it comes to emphysema treatment, advancements or new emphysema treatment, options can seem lacking. While there are traditional emphysema treatment options available such as inhalers, medications and…

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5 Tips to Start Fundraising for COPD Treatment Today

23 Aug 2016
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5 Tips to Start Fundraising for COPD Treatment Today

Most people don’t like to ask for money. Not only can it make one appear vulnerable, but there’s also an inherent fear of rejection, of being told “no”. But a helping hand—even a small one—can go a long way. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to present 5 Tips to Start Fundraising for COPD Treatment Today.

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Chronic Bronchitis Facts to Know

22 Aug 2016
| Under Chronic Bronchitis, Disease Education, Lung Disease | Posted by | 2 Comments
Chronic Bronchitis Facts to Know

It can be challenging to know all of the chronic bronchitis facts. Read more to learn these facts and about your treatment options.

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This Week in Lung Disease: New Lung Scanning in Development

19 Aug 2016
| Under Lifestyle | Posted by | 2 Comments
This Week in Lung Disease

This Week in Lung Disease News takes a look at some new technology which looks to produce higher resolution images of lung tissue. Find out more.

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Emphysema Fatigue: How to Boost Energy Levels

| Under Emphysema, Lung Disease | Posted by | 4 Comments
Emphysema Fatigue: How to Boost Energy Levels

Emphysema and emphysema fatigue can take a toll on a person’s energy level and state of mind. Check out these tips to fight emphysema fatigue and boost energy levels.

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Improve Blood Oxygen Levels with these COPD-Friendly Foods

18 Aug 2016
| Under COPD, Diet and Nutrition, Tips | Posted by | 4 Comments
Improve Blood Oxygen Levels with these Foods

Check out our list on how you could improve blood oxygen levels with these foods.

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Emphysema Facts You Need to Know

17 Aug 2016
| Under Disease Education, Emphysema, Lung Disease | Posted by | 4 Comments
Emphysema Facts You Need to Know

It can be challenging to feel like you have all the facts you need, especially when you are trying to manage a chronic health condition like emphysema. Keep reading to learn the emphysema facts you need to know to help you stay informed.

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COPD Diagnosis and Treatment: What to Expect

12 Aug 2016
| Under COPD, Disease Education, Lung Disease | Posted by | 10 Comments
COPD Diagnosis and Treatment: What to Expect

Here’s what to expect when you see your doctor about COPD Diagnosis and Treatment. Keep reading to learn more, so you can stay proactive in your healthcare.

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