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Living with a COPD Diagnosis in a COVID-19 World

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Living with a COPD diagnosis during the pandemic requires extra vigilance to stay safe.

Those with a COPD diagnosis have needed to stay especially vigilant since the COVID-19 pandemic began, as they are at both a greater risk for contracting the virus as well as developing more severe complications as a result. A current study published by the European Respiratory Journal reported that COPD patients were more prone to be admitted into the ICU, require ventilator care, and succumb to the virus than those without the disease. Read more

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Breathe Easier with These COPD Tips

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Seniors with COPD can find relief with these tips.

Family members providing COPD care for an older loved one know that outdoor air pollution can make symptoms worse. But, did you know that compromised air quality in the house may also magnify COPD symptoms? Cleaning the air inside the senior’s home can help older adults with COPD – and everybody else in the home – breathe easier. Read more