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How To Use An Inhaler

It is important to learn how to properly use your medication inhalation devices so that you get the right dose of medication to your lungs. Watch the videos below to learn how to use them

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Resource Library

Our free downloadable resources connect you with the knowledge you need to protect your lungs and breathe your best. Simply download and go! Questions that aren’t answered here? You can speak with a Certified Respiratory

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Policy & Practice Change

Together we’ll huff and we’ll puff… Lung disease places a profound burden on patients and their families. It also places a large—and growing—economic burden on every provincial healthcare system across Canada. Bold new approaches are

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Summer 2019

Prior to 2020, the Lung Health Foundation operated as the Ontario Lung Association. Enjoy this content from our archives. Let’s beat “the Spike” together, Ontario! Summer is far from over, but parents everywhere know that

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Winter 2019

Prior to 2020, the Lung Health Foundation operated as the Ontario Lung Association. Enjoy this content from our archives. Moving the Dial on Diagnosis & Treatment of Asthma Asthma is life long, but it doesn’t

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Programs & Support

Our hearts are in it.  One person in five in Canada is affected by lung disease. Millions more are in jeopardy. The Lung Health Foundation is here for everyone who breathes. We realize that a

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Sept Spike

September Spike

What is the September Spike? Every year, around the third week of September, there is an increase in asthma attacks in Ontario students.  It is known as the “September Spike” since there is an increase

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Safety at School

With good asthma control, your child should not miss school or daycare and should be able to fully participate in activities such as sports. Regular, clear communication with the school and daycare can help your

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Moving the Dial Asthma

Moving the Dial on Diagnosis and Treatment of Asthma Asthma is life long, but it doesn’t have to be life limiting. Unfortunately too many Canadians are falling through gaps in the healthcare system. We’re facing

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