The Lung Health Foundation is dedicated to ending gaps in the prevention, diagnosis, and care of lung disease. But when we shared our first Good News Tuesday post last week, we had no idea what an impact we’d have on ending another mounting gap: the need for hope.
This week, our theme is you.
We’re celebrating Canadians who are using their professional and personal skills to bring creative solutions and outside-the-box thhinkig to the fight against COVID-19. We are highlighting the people who are working to preserve hope in the face of a serious infectious respiratory illness, in any way they can.
Lung health matters. And thanks to you, lung health starts now.
Creative Canadians helping the helpers stay strong
ONTARIO: Hundreds of licensed mental health workers offer free therapy to frontline healthcare staff
Distilleries for disinfectants
CANADA-WIDE: Distilleries switch from making alcoholic drinks to making COVID-busting hand sanitizer
Following the World Health Organization’s recipe, distilleries from British Columbia to Nova Scotia have found a unique way to make a difference using their existing facilities and high proof alcohol: they’re switching to hand sanitizer production.
While proper handwashing with soap and water is the best way to clean germs from your hands, hand sanitizer plays an important role when running water isn’t available.
Cheers to the brewmasters and distillers who are thinking outside the box — and outside the bottle — to address a gap.
Writing our history, together
WINNIPEG, MB: Canadian Museum for Human Rights collects COVID-19 stories
Help is a phone call (or web chat) away
Through thick or thin, our Lung Health Line is here for you
The Lung Health Foundation is doing our part to keep chronic lung disease patients from experiencing flare-ups that could send them into the crowded hospital system.
If you need advice about managing your asthma, COPD, pulmonary hypertension, IPF, or any other chronic lung condition, our Certified Respiratory Educators can help. You can reach us at 1-888-344-LUNG (5864), by email at firstname.lastname@example.org., or you can chat live using the “Chat now” button on the bottom right of your screen.