Category: Lung Problems

Intense Training for Breathing Problems 0

Intense Training for Breathing Problems

Research has shown high-intensity training is an effective way to treat patients with breathing problems. However, this intense training is often too difficult for the patient to do for long periods of time. Now,...

Could You Have Whooping Cough? 0

Could You Have Whooping Cough?

Whooping cough. The term conjures up images of poor, sick children making the characteristic whoop as they struggle to bring air into their sick lungs. While this image may once have been accurate, the...

Obstructive Lung Disease and Death 0

Obstructive Lung Disease and Death

A long-term study shows people with chronic lung disease are at a higher risk for early death. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is an umbrella term used to describe airflow obstruction that is associated mainly...

Low Weight and Lung Disease 0

Low Weight and Lung Disease

Does severe lung disease cause you to lose weight or is low weight a risk factor for developing the lung disease? Doctors around the United States recently set out to understand the connection between...

Removing Lung Clots 0

Removing Lung Clots

Doctors say nearly 600,000 lung clots are diagnosed each year in patients. The symptoms include shortness of breath and leg swelling. Many patients go untreated, but a new procedure can help turn their lives...