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A common side effect of lung cancer is shortness of breath, which can be uncomfortable and even frightening. Here are some ways to manage the challenge.
Research shows that loading up on antioxidants such as apples, tomatoes, and Vitamin C can repair lung damage caused by smoking, and slow decline for those with COPD.
Frigid and dry winter air, plus cold and flu season, make winter fun challenging, but not impossible. Learn ways you can prevent asthma symptoms during winter.
Research shows that the severity of asthma, including hospitalizations and mortality, are higher for women than men.
When you’re flying with asthma you should know these TSA guidelines for medication and avoid certain airport-related asthma triggers.
A pulmonologist answers the most popular concerns he hears from patients about how to treat severe asthma.
Severe asthma is more difficult to control and causes more symptoms and attacks than other types.
You’ll likely have a slew of questions like, what makes it severe, how is it treated differently, and where can I find support?
Every asthmatic should be aware that both humidity and cold air are two very common asthma triggers. So why is this? And what can you do about it?
Non-small cell lung cancer patients who exercise can improve their breathing, strength, and range of motion while reducing side effects, fatigue, and anxiety.