The official blog of the Lung Institute.
COPD flare-ups, or exacerbations, can be scary for anyone with COPD. Feel prepared and in control with these COPD exacerbation guidelines.
For those with severe chronic lung disease, the use of oxygen therapy is a necessity. However, the question then becomes oxygen tanks and oxygen concentrators: what’s the difference? With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to breakdown what you need to know on both, and how to make the most informed decision moving forward.
COPD Exacerbation Symptoms don’t have to take you by surprise. Read more to know what to look for and what you can do to be prepared.
The Lung Institute is excited to announce that our blog, Exhale, has been named in Healthline’s Best COPD Blogs of 2017. Keep reading to learn more here.
Lung Institute Tips on Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft may help you avoid identity theft. Read more about our Lung Institute tips here.
In most cases shopping for ourselves is easy. It’s shopping for those we love that presents the real challenge–especially if they have COPD. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you The Best 5 Gifts for Someone with COPD, in order to help you out with the holiday shopping this year.
From the assessment to the management of COPD, these COPD treatment guidelines help you and your doctor develop the best COPD treatment plan for you. Keep reading to learn more.
For those with COPD, managing one’s health and symptoms are among the most important lifestyle choices one can make. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to break down the My Spirometer, and explain how it may just change the way we measure our pulmonary function moving forward.
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.