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Living well with lung disease

For people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), quality of life hinges on how actively they participate in their treatment. This means not just taking your medicine or other treatment as directed, but also incorporating practices into your daily routine to prevent infections, control your symptoms, and make daily activities like dressing and bathing easier. COPD is not necessarily a progressive disease; there are many steps you can take to continue enjoying the activities you…

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