Press Releases

  • American Lung Association Announces New Research Awards
    November 6, 2014 - The American Lung Association’s “Research Awards Nationwide 2014-2015” report highlights lung disease research supported by the organization to meet its mission to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.
  • American Lung Association and WellPoint Collaborate to Help Educate About Childhood Asthma
    October 30, 2014 - WellPoint, Inc., (NYSE:WLP) one of the nation’s largest health benefits companies, today announced it has worked with the American Lung Association to develop an informative learning series to help address childhood asthma.
  • Valerie Harper, Jewel, Kellie Pickler, Mackena Bell Raise Their Voices with the American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE in Support of Lung Cancer Awareness Month
    October 29, 2014 - As part of Lung Cancer Awareness Month this November, Emmy-nominated actress and author Valerie Harper, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Jewel, country music singer Kellie Pickler and female NASCAR standout Mackena Bell are teaming up with the American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE to raise awareness and much needed funds to help confront lung cancer in women.
  • American Lung Association Shares Seven Halloween Tips for Parents of Children with Asthma
    October 23, 2014 - Halloween should be scary in a fun way. But an asthma attack can take the fun out of the night and make the scare far too real. To keep this Halloween focused on tricks and treats, parents of kids with asthma can be proactive about managing their child’s asthma before trick or treating. Here are seven safety tips to keep your child having fun this Halloween:
  • American Lung Association Appoints Albert Rizzo, M.D. Senior Medical Advisor
    October 22, 2014 - The American Lung Association is pleased to announce that Albert Rizzo, M.D. has been appointed the 110-year-old health organization’s Senior Medical Advisor. Dr. Rizzo is Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine for Christiana Care Health System in Wilmington, Delaware. Dr. Rizzo has been actively involved with the American Lung Association at the local and national level for many years.
  • Three Lung Cancer Advocacy Organizations Collaborate to Fund Critically Needed Lung Cancer Research
    October 21, 2014 - Three of the nation’s largest lung cancer advocacy organizations, the American Lung Association, Free to Breathe, and Uniting Against Lung Cancer, are working together in an unprecedented collaboration to fund research to improve treatment for lung cancer patients.
  • Making Government Subsidized Housing Smokefree Would Save Half a Billion Dollars Annually
    October 2, 2014 - A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published today in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease finds that making government subsidized housing in the U.S. smokefree would reduce healthcare and housing-related costs by $497 million each year. The savings would come from reduced healthcare costs attributed to secondhand smoke exposure; cost of renovating smoking units and fires caused by smoking. This study adds to the mounting list of reasons why the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) must act quickly to require all multi-family housing under its control be made smokefree.
  • American Lung Association Statement on Continued Cases of Enterovirus D68 Infection
    October 2, 2014 - Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), a rare and potentially serious respiratory infection, continues to be a health concern across much of the United States. With the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reporting confirmed cases in more than 40 states, it’s important to know the warning signs, when to seek medical help and how to prevent spread of the disease.
  • New Study Shows Steps to Reduce Carbon Emissions from Power Plants Would Save Lives by Reducing Other Pollutants, Too
    September 30, 2014 - Strong limits on carbon pollution from existing power plants could improve air quality and prevent an estimated 3,500 premature deaths along with other significant benefits to human health, according to a new report released today from Harvard, Syracuse, and Boston Universities. The new report, Co-benefits of Carbon Standards: Air Pollution Changes under Different 111d Options for Existing Power Plants, evaluates alternative approaches for reducing carbon pollution from power plants, and shows that limits must be strong, flexible and enforceable to achieve the greatest health benefits for the American people.
  • American Lung Association Award Recognizes Asthma Management Efforts in Schools
    September 11, 2014 - Seven schools in Texas and two in Massachusetts have been recognized by the American Lung Association for their efforts to create a school environment that is healthy and “asthma friendly.”
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