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A Guide to Celebrating Festival of Sleep Day

3 Jan 2015
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Celebrating Festival of Sleep Day | Lung Institute

A Guide to Celebrating Festival of Sleep Day The winter holiday season is an exciting and joyous time for people all over the world! For many, it is a time of grand celebrations and family-filled festivities. Exchanging gifts, excessive shopping and great cheer make November and December fly by. By the very end of December,…

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Hollywood, Pop Culture and Lung Disease

9 Dec 2014
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Hollywood, Pop Culture and Lung Disease Lung Instiute

The Role of Hollywood in Disease Awareness Every time my mother and I would turn on the latest blockbuster hit, deaths were always portrayed the same way. Somebody would inevitably walk a long, treacherous journey to battle cancer. As a result, cancer awareness is huge. People host a high number of fundraising events such as…

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Painted Black

31 Oct 2014
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Painted Black Lung Institute

Disclaimer: This is a fictional personification of one of the most significant killers in the world: smoke. They move so gracefully. Expand and release. Expand and release. Their rhythmic motion was just so peaceful, so smooth. In and out. In and out. The air filled every crevice making little room for me, but it was…

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