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The official blog of the Lung Institute.

What is Dyspnea, and When Should It Concern You?

22 Feb 2017
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What is Dyspnea, and When Should It Concern You?

Frequent shortness of breath can be deeply detrimental to the quality of life of those with lung disease. Making even the most routine tasks like walking up the stairs exhausting, breathlessness can dramatically alter one’s life. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give an answer to What is Dyspnea, and When Should It Concern You?

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FEV1 and FVC: What Do They Mean for You?

21 Feb 2017
| Under Disease Education, Lung Disease, Medical | Posted by | 2 Comments
FEV1 and FVC: What Do They Mean for You?

FEV1 and FVC are two important measurements gained from a pulmonary function test (PFT). Keep reading to learn the facts you need to know about FEV1 and FVC.

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COPD Statistics: You Are Not Alone

20 Feb 2017
| Under COPD, Disease Education, Lung Disease | Posted by | 0 Comments
COPD Statistics: You are Not Alone

When someone is diagnosed with COPD, it can feel devastating. It can feel isolating trying to learn how to manage the disease, but fear not. There are millions of people around the U.S. battling COPD with you. Learn more about COPD statistics and why you are not alone.

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Do New Genetic Risk Markers for COPD Overlap with Other Lung Diseases?

17 Feb 2017
| Under COPD, Lung Disease, Medical | Posted by | 2 Comments
Do New Genetic Risk Markers for COPD Overlap with Other Lung Diseases?

Do New Genetic Risk Markers for COPD Overlap with Other Lung Diseases? Keep reading to learn more about this new research here.

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Stem Cell Clinics: What to Look For and What to Avoid

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Stem Cell Clinics: What to Look for and What to Avoid

Here are some things to look for and to avoid when choosing the right stem cell clinic for you. Keep reading to learn more information.

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COPD Flare-Up: What It Is and What You Can Do

16 Feb 2017
| Under COPD, Disease Education, Lung Disease | Posted by | 2 Comments
COPD Flare-Up: What It Is and What You Can Do

A COPD flare-up can suddenly worsen COPD symptoms. Here are the facts you need to know about a COPD flare-up and what you can do. Keep reading to learn more.

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Shortness of Breath and COPD: Tips to Cope

15 Feb 2017
| Under COPD, Lifestyle, Lung Disease | Posted by | 2 Comments
Shortness of Breath and COPD: Tips to Cope

Shortness of breath and COPD cause frustration and anxiety in many people. Keep reading for tips to cope with shortness of breath and COPD here.

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How COPD Affects Oxygen Saturation Levels

14 Feb 2017
| Under COPD, Medical, Oxygen Levels | Posted by | 0 Comments
How COPD Affects Oxygen Saturation Levels

For those living with COPD, there are many aspects of one’s health to monitor. One of those aspects is oxygen saturation levels. As COPD progresses, oxygen saturation levels get worse. Learn more about how COPD affects oxygen saturation levels.

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Pursed Lips Breathing: How to Do It and Why It Helps

13 Feb 2017
| Under Lifestyle, Lung Disease, Medical | Posted by | 2 Comments
Pursed Lips Breathing: How to Do It and Why It Helps

When it comes to shortness of breath, there can never seem to be enough effective methods for relieving it. However, the most effective is often the simplest: stop and breathe. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you Pursed Lips Breathing: How to Do It and Why It Helps?

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