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Lung Institute’s Blog Named in Best COPD Blogs of 2017

Lung Institute’s Blog Named in Best COPD Blogs of 2017

At the Lung Institute, we understand how challenging it is to live with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or another chronic lung disease. We work hard to write blog articles that help you better understand your pulmonary condition. Every day, we look forward to providing you with the information you need. We also want to help you learn healthy lifestyle habits and provide tips to help you improve your quality of life.

We are excited to announce that our blog, Exhale, has been listed as one of the best COPD blogs of 2017 by Healthline.

The Lung Institute is honored to be included on the list of best COPD blogs of 2017, which includes other great blogs from COPD Foundation, HealthCentral, COPD Connect, Do More with Oxygen, COPD Athlete, American Lung Association and others. Check out the complete list of best COPD blogs of 2017 by clicking here.

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Lung Institute’s Blog Named in Best COPD Blogs of 2017

Many people living with COPD find it difficult to do simple tasks and daily activities. People often express feeling lonely, afraid and anxious. These feelings are completely normal and understandable. We’re dedicated to bringing you the information and tips you need.

Here are a few articles to get you started:

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Having the information about COPD treatment options and tips to improve your quality of life keeps you proactive in your healthcare. You and your doctor will be able to work together to develop the best treatment plan for you. We’re excited to share the good news of being listed as one of the best COPD blogs of 2017 with all of you.

We’ll keep researching topics and writing articles to help you cope with COPD and breathe easier.

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