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Are My Lungs Healthy? Key Signs It’s Time to See a Pulmonologist

Wondering about your lung health? If you’ve noticed persistent coughs, unusual changes in mucus, or increased shortness of breath, these might be signs it’s time to see a pulmonologist. Addressing these symptoms early with a specialist can drastically improve your health outcomes. Recognizing Warning Signs of Lung Issues Recognizing the early warning signs of lung issues is

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Allergies and Shortness of Breath: Identifying Triggers and Minimizing Exposure

Shortness of breath can be a distressing symptom of allergies. They can trigger respiratory symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, and other pulmonary disorders. It can make it difficult to breathe comfortably.  In this blog, we’ll explore common triggers for allergies and shortness of breath, plus strategies for minimizing exposure to these triggers and improving your respiratory health.

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Can a Pulmonary Function Test Detect Lung Cancer?

When you have breathing problems or other possible symptoms of lung cancer, your doctor might recommend having a pulmonary function test done. These tests show how well your lungs perform when you breathe in and out. While these tests are done for a number of reasons, pulmonary test for lung cancer is one of them. What Is

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When Should You Get a Pulmonary Function Test (PFT)?

A pulmonary function test, commonly referred to as a PFT, is a valuable tool in assessing lung function prior to surgical interventions or other medical procedures. These tests are particularly useful for patients with pre-existing lung or heart conditions, individuals who smoke, or those with other underlying health issues. Here’s what you need to know. What

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Why Do People Snore?

It is not uncommon for people to make noise when they sleep. From slight grumblings to loud snorts, approximately 45 percent of the population snore on a regular basis. And while some people only snore occasionally, others snore nightly, disrupting not only their sleep but their partner’s as well. The thing is, people snore for a

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