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Asthma-COPD Overlap: Managing This Critical Disease
Dr Navitha Ramesh provides her perspective on how best to treat patients with these dual airway diseases.
What Is COPD?
Your doctor says you have COPD. Now what? WebMD explains what it is, what causes it, and what you can do to reduce your symptoms.
What is COPD?
Learn the signs, symptoms, and treatment options for COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder.
What Is Exacerbation of COPD?
Exacerbations of COPD can have serious consequences. Find out what an exacerbation is and what types of warning signs and symptoms you should look for.
Inhalers for COPD: What Types Are There?
What are the different types of COPD inhalers available and how do they affect the body? What are the possible risks and side effects?
How are COPD and Lung Canc
While they’re two very distinct diseases, research shows that COPD and lung cancer are more closely related than we previously thought.
Slideshow: A Visual Guide to COPD
Chronic coughing and wheezing may be warning signs of lung disease. WebMD's slideshow covers the symptoms and treatments for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Birth Cohort Effects in Influenza Surveillance Data: Evidence That First Influenza Infection...
This study evaluates birth cohort differences in risk of influenza-associated disease
You Have COPD: Now What?
A COPD diagnosis might leave you shocked and scared. Your first steps? Ask the right questions to slow down the condition's progression.
Tips for Breathing Easier
November is COPD Awareness Month—Tips for Breathing Easier By Alicia Schwartz, RN, VNSNY CHOICE Health Plans November is National COPD Awareness Month, and according to the COPD Foundation, there are 24 million chronic obstructive pulmonary disease sufferers in the U.S., but fewer than half are aware they have the disease. Talk to your doctor if your think you might be at risk, or visit www.copdfoundation.org to…
What Causes COPD?
Inhaling lung irritants, including cigarette smoke, air pollution, and industrial dust and fumes, can lead to COPD.
Why COPD Is Worse for Women
COPD may affect women differently than it affects men. Women's lungs may be more susceptible to cigarette smoke and the damage it causes.
COPD: How to Quit Smoking
WebMD article on smoking cessation for people who have COPD.
15 COPD Healthy Eating Tips
Healthy eating tips for COPD, including eating smaller meals, quitting smoking, cutting down on salt
Diet Tips for COPD
Learn about the diet do’s and don’ts for people with COPD, including healthful foods, size and frequency of meals, and supplements to aid digestion.
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Caregiving Tips for a Loved One With COPD
Learn how you can juggle all tasks of being a caregiver for someone with COPD if you plan ahead, stay organized, and get the support you need.
Why Early COPD Diagnosis Matters
When a COPD diagnosis is made early, prognosis and quality of life can be brighter. Learn about the different stages of COPD and how treatment can help.
What You Need To Know!
Canine influenza is an emerging infectious disease. Most recover from mild disease, but some can develop life-threatening complications. Read more here.