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The official blog of the Lung Institute.

Caregivers and COPD: Finding a Support Group

11 Feb 2016
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Caregivers and COPD: Finding a Support Group

If you’re a caregiver for someone with COPD, finding the right support group for yourself can help you take better care of your loved one.

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Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Getting a Service Dog?

8 Feb 2016
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Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Getting a Service Dog?

For some people living with chronic health conditions, having a service dog help them is valuable to their independence.

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5 Tips to Increase your Blood Oxygen Naturally

5 tips to increase your blood oxygen naturally repost

For those suffering from low blood oxygen levels due to lung disease, every little bit counts. Try some of these steps.

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Busting COPD Myths

26 Jan 2016
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Busting COPD Myths

Can you spot the fact or fiction about COPD? We’re busting COPD myths to help you stay on top of your health.

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COPD Spotlight

18 Jan 2016
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COPD Spotlight

Even though COPD affects everyone differently, knowing some of the COPD basics is helpful. Check out our COPD spotlight to gain more knowledge on this chronic lung disease.

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Lung Transplant Survival Rates

Lung Transplant Survival Rates for One Month, One Year, and Three Years

Lung Transplant Survival Rates for One Month, One Year, and Three Years

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Strategies to Avoid Overeating

30 Dec 2015
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Strategies to Avoid Overeating

With so many delicious foods available, it can be difficult to eat in moderation. Whether you step up to the buffet with gusto or guilt, we can all benefit from a few strategies to avoid overeating.

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How to Explain Your Lung Disease to Loved Ones

16 Dec 2015
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o Explain Your Lung Disease to Loved Ones

It’s up to you to express your wishes. Sometimes, out of concern for your feelings, your family or loved ones might be reluctant to raise the issue of further care for you. If you’ve been diagnosed with a progressive lung disease, and are looking for a treatment option that goes beyond supplemental oxygen and medication, the Lung Institute might be able to help.

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Do You Know COPD?

10 Nov 2015
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Do You Know COPD?

November is COPD Awareness Month, and World COPD Day is November 18, 2015. COPD is more common than you might think. How well do you know COPD?

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