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As the seasons change and cooler weather sets in, so does the annual arrival of flu season. The flu, short for influenza, is a contagious respiratory illness. It ranges from mild to severe — and your risk of severe illness is higher if you’re over age 65 or you have a respiratory condition like asthma […]

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Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common viral respiratory infection. For most people, it causes mild cold-like symptoms, like congestion, cough, and sore throat. But for some, the infection can spread to the lower respiratory tract and become severe. Because the symptoms of RSV infection are similar to those of influenza and Covid infection and […]

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About 30,000 Americans have cystic fibrosis, a chronic genetic disorder that may impact your respiratory and digestive systems. It’s caused by a mutation in your CFTR gene, which triggers various organs in your body to produce thick, sticky mucus, which interferes with organs’ normal function.Your lungs are among the most critical organs affected by cystic […]

How Digestive Problems Affect the Respiratory System

The human body is an extraordinarily complex, interconnected system. In fact, it’s so interconnected that the health of one organ can have a profound impact on others throughout your body.One such fascinating connection exists between your digestive and respiratory systems. While we often think of these systems as separate, they are more intertwined than you […]

The Link Between Stress and Asthma

About 26 million Americans have asthma: a chronic respiratory disease that’s characterized by airway inflammation and difficulty breathing. Despite the availability to many asthma therapies, it is believed that over 50% of asthma patients remain poorly controlled.When you have asthma, your airways become inflamed, narrow and irritable. Your lungs make more mucus, and it becomes […]

Are Benign Lung Nodules Dangerous to My Health?

Lung nodules are small growths that form in your lungs. They are defined as less than 3cm in diameter (less than one and one-fifth inches). They are separate from all other parts of the lung. They are found in approximately 1.6 million people per year in the USA. More than half of those individuals have […]

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