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Couch to 5k with Lung Disease

30 Sep 2015
| Under COPD, Emphysema, Exercise, Lifestyle, Lung Disease | Posted by

There are so many reasons why getting off the couch and into a pair of running shoes is a good idea. Even the lightest of exercise supports the cardiovascular system. Read more about going from 0 to running 5 kilometers (3.1) with lung disease.

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Camping with Lung Disease

Summer and camping go together. The warmer months are our chance to get out into the beauty of nature and pitch a tent, cast a line over the water, and make memories with loved ones. But for millions who suffer from conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or pulmonary fibrosis, feeling well enough to spend time…

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