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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Also called: COPD

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COPD stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. COPD affects up to 15% of the U.S. population & is the 4th leading cause of death...
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I'm not trying to alarm you, but you need to seek immediate medical attention.Although you have a family history of COPD, the symptoms you...
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That's a good question. I can see why you might make that connection, since both cystic fibrosis (CF) and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease...
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yes, it can, I have seen it from Pneumonia in my COPD patients and new or worsening heart failure.
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Venous Insufficiency is a condition in which veins are not functioning properly in order for blood to be returned to the heart.The problem seems...
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. Non- airborne asbestos means that all of the asbestos material remains undisturbed with its particles remaining intact.Airborne asbestos represents...
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COPD is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, also known as emphysema.
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No, smoking does not usually cause any abnormal thyroid tests, but a person with COPD should NEVER SMOKE. You need to do what you can to stop smoking...
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Hi after having a quick look at the diet, you can see why.As they say, we are what we eat, and from that just what we pass, but his gas must be the...
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In my case it was due to a partial bowel obstruction.
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When i was a teenager I was on that, finally got off it, cause ALL I did was sleep, even though I was sickly I still wanted a somewhat normal life...
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Both COPD, especially if it is not controlled or the person still smokes, and morbid obesity (over 400) are serious risk factors for longevity.
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Smoking contributes to the death of approximately 500,000 people each year from heart disease, stroke, and cancer. Smoking tobacco is not known to...
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Hi, Sorry, but I think your body has been through enough, if baby's are important to you, just wait for your grandchildren to come along.Good Luck
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 Probably not my lungs didn't but they won't get worse.
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