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Poor treatment adherence and persistent triggers are often the most common causes of severe asthma.
You’ll likely have a slew of questions like, what makes it severe, how is it treated differently, and where can I find support?
Learn more about valley fever, a strange and rare fungal infection of the lungs.
When you’re suffering from nasal congestion and fatigue, it can be tough to determine whether you have an ordinary cold or something more serious like the flu.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease develops slowly. Symptoms include wheezing, a chronic cough with phlegm, and shortness of breath.
Interstitial lung disease refers to a group of more than 200 chronic disorders in which lung tissue is damaged and the walls of the air sacs become inflamed.
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.
A pulmonary embolism is a blockage caused by a clot in an arteries leading to the lungs, usually originating in a deep vein in the legs, arms, or pelvis.
If you’re over 65, you’re at increased risk for this potentially fatal respiratory illness.
Treatment options for pneumonia depend on which type you have.