At Lung Health Institute, your health comes first. Before treatment, we conduct a thorough medical screening to ensure you’re a good candidate for cellular therapy.
Smoking traditional cigarettes significantly increases your risk for developing lung cancer and other cancers. Does smoking e-cigarettes carry the same risk?
A genetic disorder called alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (AATD) can cause COPD in people who have it. Learn more about how AATD leads to lung disease.
Our eggnog inspired holiday pudding recipe contains chia seeds, which are an excellent source of fiber, plant-based protein, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants.
The holidays bring temptations to indulge in sweets, but these may have adverse effects on your health when you have COPD. Here are some tips to avoid sweets.
If you have COPD, here are some tips on which foods you should avoid during the holidays and which you should try.
Thinking of holiday gifts for someone in your life with COPD? Here are 5 gifts you should consider this season.
Holiday decor like Christmas trees, decorations and scented candles can increase your risk for flare-ups. Learn how to protect your lungs during the holiday season.
In 2015, Lung Health Institute changed Lannie’s life to help him breathe easier. Discover his story and learn how Lung Health Institute can help you.
Watch this video to learn more about what you can expect when you meet with one of our medical providers to discuss the cellular therapy process.
With new choices for online, pickup and delivery services from stores, you can complete your holiday shopping without overexerting yourself if you have lung disease.
Overeating can cause shortness of breath, fatigue and inflammation. As Thanksgiving approaches, read our tips for how to curb overeating this holiday season.
COPD can be treated, but it helps to have faith when dealing with it. Learn about the faith Jesse B. and his supporters have had during his COPD journey.
Black lung disease affects more miners now than it did in the 1990s, when prevalence of the disease was at a historic low. What is causing a resurgence of the condition?
Staying active is an essential part of treating COPD. Russell Winwood offers 3 tips to help COPD patients keep exercising in their daily routine.
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