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Your chance of developing dementia may go up if you have lung disease in middle age. Researchers found that lung diseases were linked to mild cognitive impairment, as well as to dementia, including Alzheimer's disease.
Secondhand smoke exposure during childhood is linked to increase risk of COPD later in life. Learn about the risks of early exposure to smoke.
Severe asthma can cause emphysema in people even if they have never smoked. Learn how these conditions affect the lungs, airways, and ultimately, the ability to breath.
Ever wonder why you get tired when you eat? Or what to do when you feel really full after a meal, making it harder to breathe? Our experts weigh in.
Load up on these specific foods to support healthy lung function and ultimately optimize your pulmonary rehabilitation.
Remove these common COPD triggers from your bedroom to help you breath and sleep better.
How a simple blow to the chest can result in a serious diagnosis.
Many smokers believe that menthol cigarettes are safer. But research suggests that their health risks are even greater than regular cigarettes.
Quitting smoking can be hard, but you may recover faster than you expect. Here's what happens to your body days, months, and years after quitting smoking.
Household dust may be exposing you to a host of potentially toxic chemicals from products you use every day. Here’s how to stay safe.