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Nutrition and Wellness

How to Find Grab-and-Go Snacks that Are Lung-Friendly

How to Find Grab-and-Go Snacks that Are Lung-Friendly

One of the most important eating tips offered by the Anti-Inflammatory Initiative (AI2) plans from the Lung Health Institute is to make sure that your snack choices are healthy too.  We know that it can be tempting to eat something that’s not one of our recommended...

Quick Tips and Innovation

The best drink options for COPD patients

Staying hydrated is important for every person. However, the Lung Health Institute health care team knows that it’s particularly important for COPD patients. In fact, one whole section of our Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™, or AI2™, plans is dedicated to helping you...

Exercise options for people with COPD

Exercise options for people with COPD

At the Lung Health Institute, we know that patients with COPD need to stay active. Performing light exercises every day may actually have several positive benefits for you if you have COPD. Some exercise options you can use with your COPD Exercising has been shown to...

Popular Lung Health Articles

What Kinds of Food are Good for People with COPD?

What Kinds of Food are Good for People with COPD?

If you’ve been diagnosed with COPD, you are probably aware that there are treatments that can help manage the symptoms of the disease and slow its progression. While none of these treatments can cure the disease, they can help improve your quality of life and your...

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Can Herbs Help People with COPD Breathe Better?

Can Herbs Help People with COPD Breathe Better?

In light of modern medicine, herbal remedies are easily dismissable as tools of the past. However, herbs still have many uses for helping people deal with symptoms of all kinds of medical conditions, including COPD. Plus, many of them taste good too, so we’re sure...

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Using Stem Cells to Treat COPD

Using Stem Cells to Treat COPD

Millions of Americans and people across the world suffer from shortness of breath and other breathing difficulties caused by COPD. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a concerning disease because it cannot be cured and it grows worse over time, leading to...

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Alternative Treatment Options for COPD

Alternative Treatment Options for COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a disease that causes shortness of breath and can make it challenging to live your daily life. It grows worse over time and can eventually lead to more serious conditions like respiratory failure or heart failure. COPD...

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Does Oxygen Therapy Help Treat COPD?

Does Oxygen Therapy Help Treat COPD?

Oxygen is a gas in the air that we breathe that is crucial for life. All of your body’s systems use oxygen as fuel to continue functioning at healthy rates. When a lung disease like COPD affects your ability to take in the oxygen your body needs, you will need medical...

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A Handy Guide for Understanding How COPD is Treated

A Handy Guide for Understanding How COPD is Treated

It is important to know what steps you need to take if you’re diagnosed with COPD. Being proactive and taking steps for treatment and improving your lifestyle can help slow the progression of your COPD and reduce the severity of its symptoms. COPD cannot be cured and...

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