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What’s the Difference: Phlegm Versus Mucus

What’s the Difference: Phlegm Versus Mucus

Even when you do not realize it, your body works behind the scenes 24/7 to keep you functioning. Mucus is one such silent partner invested in your well-being. Every day, the body’s mucous membranes secrete 1 to 1.5 liters of a clear, stringy fluid called mucus, most...
Traveling With Supplemental Oxygen

Traveling With Supplemental Oxygen

You may have all the general travel planning out of the way, but have you planned for your oxygen needs? Planning for your oxygen needs well in advance of your trip can help you feel in control and reduce any anxiety you may feel. Below, we’ve compiled some helpful...
Where Is Lung Health Institute Located?

Where Is Lung Health Institute Located?

At Lung Health Institute, our health care team is committed to helping patients with chronic lung diseases find natural and noninvasive treatment options. We offer five clinic locations across the U.S. to serve patients with chronic lung conditions like chronic...
How Cellular Therapy Works to Calm Your Lung Inflammation

How Cellular Therapy Works to Calm Your Lung Inflammation

Cellular therapy may not be a type of treatment you’ve considered to treat your chronic lung inflammation. You may have never even heard of this form of lung disease treatment. Lung Health Institute wants to help you find out about the many benefits offered by our...
Lung Health Institute Earns Joint Commission Accreditation

Lung Health Institute Earns Joint Commission Accreditation

There are many positive aspects of the Lung Health Institute that appeal to patients with chronic lung conditions. For instance, the Lung Health Institute offers natural treatments for many chronic lung diseases, including COPD. However, one indication that our...
What is My Why: Patti Paradis

What is My Why: Patti Paradis

Taking care of our patients and hearing their stories is one of the best things about working at the Lung Health Institute. After 44 years in the healthcare field, I have been around a lot of patients with lung disease at various stages and cared for them through...
What Can Cause Lung Damage?

What Can Cause Lung Damage?

Lung damage occurs when the tissues of the lungs, their airways or air sacs become scarred. This can happen from infection, inhalation or prolonged exposure to extreme environmental pollutants or contaminants, injury, or disease. Certain medications and therapies for...