Asthma always starts in childhood, right? Not true. Millions of people in the United States struggle with asthma, and many don’t experience their first symptoms until adulthood. Learn more about adult-onset asthma and how it's treated.
Smoking is bad for just about every organ in your body, including your lungs. But what exactly does smoking do to your respiratory system? Hear from an expert who has spent his medical career caring for individuals with lung ailments.
Improvements in cancer care continue to increase your odds of beating lung cancer, and the earlier you seek, the more optimistic your outcome. Learn more about your risk of developing this challenging but increasingly treatable disease.
Shortness of breath, known medically as dyspnea, is a frightening but common experience for many Americans. Read about the causes of dyspnea and how a specialist diagnoses and treats the issues affecting your ability to breathe.
Immunotherapy can’t cure allergies. But it can train your immune system to ignore the dust, pollen, and other substances that are making you miserable. Read on to learn more about the benefits of immunotherapy.
When you have COPD, the right medications can greatly improve your quality of life and slow the progression of this chronic disease. Read what a specialist has to say about effectively managing your medications and overcoming the challenges of COPD.
Do you wake up each morning exhausted, as if you had had no sleep? Or does your sleep partner constantly wake you through the night because you snore or stop breathing? You could have sleep apnea and not know it.