Each Breath Blog
Breathing is essential to life, and through this blog, we hope to illustrate the importance of lung health. Hear directly from experts, researchers, staff and volunteers about our ongoing fight for healthy lungs and healthy air.
All You Need to Know About the Delta Variant
Dr. Albert Rizzo answered our most pressing questions about the COVID-19 variant that is on the rise across the country.
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Smart Flu Prevention Tips for Workplace
As more Americans return to their workplaces, employers can play an important role in flu prevention.
Can Running Outside Be Bad for You?
Recent studies suggest that poor air quality may negatively affect outdoor workouts and even cause long-term damage to health.
Flu Shot and COVID-19 Vaccine: Do I need both?
As flu season sets in, there are a lot of questions surrounding how the flu shot may interact with the COVID-19 vaccine.
How to Interpret a Lung Cancer Research Study
Lung cancer patients and caregivers are becoming increasingly more involved in their lung cancer treatment decisions. With so much health information, it is not unusual to show up at the doctor’s office with a stack of articles to discuss.
Mission Moment - September 2021
This September, we highlight resources and raise awareness for those impacted by pulmonary fibrosis. Watch helpful videos, learn about treatment options, join a support group and more.
Researcher Taps into Hispanic Heritage to Halt Vaping among Latino Teens
Francisco Cartujano, M.D., received our 2021-2022 Catalyst Award for his project, “Kick Vaping: A Vaping Cessation Text Messaging Intervention for Latino Young Adults."
Preparing for a Natural Disaster When You Are Living with Lung Disease
Wildfires, hurricanes, floods, ice storms and emergencies such as power outages can affect your breathing and negatively impact your health. While you cannot prevent a natural disaster, you can plan for it.
Lung Cancer and COVID-19 Update
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be challenging for the world, especially for those already facing lung disease. The pandemic has presented many challenges for lung cancer patients.