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Cold Weather Could Irritate the Respiratory System. Here’s What You Should Know!

If you’re like most people, you check the weather more or less to see what you might wear that day or to check whether you need to pack your umbrella. If you have been diagnosed with lung disease, keeping tabs on the forecast may take on a whole new meaning. In this instance, the goal …

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What Does a Pulmonologist Do?

If you have seen your primary doctor for a breathing issue, they may have referred you to a pulmonologist. Here, we discuss what this specialist is, what they treat, and how seeing a pulmonologist may help you. What is a Pulmonologist? A pulmonologist is a doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions affecting the …

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Could You Have Undiagnosed Asthma?

When we think of asthma, we may picture a child using an inhaler or coughing uncontrollably for a short time. What many people do not realize is that asthma, a condition in which breathing is more difficult than it should be, often first shows up in adulthood. Asthma is a chronic disease affecting the lungs. …

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When Vaping Could Send You to the Doctor

The use of e-cigarettes, vaping, has rapidly increased in popularity in recent years. As it has, so have rates of a rare respiratory illness. Vaping is the practice of inhaling steam (vapor) made when a liquid is heated inside an e-cigarette. Research indicates that the relationship between vaping and respiratory illness is no coincidence, so …

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What You Should Know About COPD

Our lungs are like balloons. When we’re healthy, the lungs (balloons) expand when we breathe in and they contract when we breathe out. Certain conditions may affect how these balloons we call our lungs work. COPD is one of them. In this instance, the lungs are more like the balloon that has been expanded dramatically …

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