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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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Coping with Lung Cancer

The questions we list here are the top coping questions reported by people with lung cancer. Our answers provide some basic information, but we encourage you to discuss any concerns or questions with your oncologist

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Breathing Space Fall 2020

Contents The air is crisp. The leaves are changing. Have you checked in with your chest lately? While lung health is a year-round issue, the changing of seasons is a great opportunity to stop and

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Asthma Safe Learning

Heading “back to school” will be a different experience in 2020, and you may be feeling extra anxious about your child’s asthma. Let our Back-to-School Asthma Management Protocol help.

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Breathing Space Spring 2020

Long before social distancing, it was estimated that Canadians were spending up to 90% of our time indoors. That number may climb even higher now that we are encouraged to stay home in an effort

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Lung Health & Breathing Expo

Our research indicates that more awareness around lung disease, including risk factors and symptoms as a gap that needs to be filled. As lung disease continues to exact an enormous human toll, we all have a

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5 Goals for 5 Years

Our Commitment When we re-introduced ourselves as the Lung Health Foundation, our message was clear: we will end gaps in the prevention, diagnosis, and care of lung disease in Canada.  The goals that we are

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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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