Each Breath Blog
Breathing is essential to life, and through this blog, we hope to illustrate the importance of lung health. Hear directly from experts, researchers, staff and volunteers about our ongoing fight for healthy lungs and healthy air.
Hot Topic: Did you know there is a new COVID-19 vaccine?
The updated or bivalent COVID-19 booster protects against recent variants.
Why Your Child Needs a Flu Vaccine
Dr. Juanita Mora answers questions about why your child needs a flu vaccine.
Vaccines, Masks and Social-Distancing: Oh My!
Dr. Mora shares back-to-school tips to help parents protect their children from a myriad of infections that may circulate in a school environment.
COVID-19 Hot Topics: Additional Vaccine Boosters
Recently, the CDC updated COVID-19 vaccination eligibility to include a second booster for people who are moderately to severely immunocompromised and anyone 50 or older.
Epidemic, Pandemic and Endemic: What's the Difference?
The hope is that advances like COVID-19 vaccines and new treatment options will help us move into a new state, an endemic state. But what is the difference between these two states of disease spread and what does this change mean for our lives?
Understanding Monoclonal Antibodies and How They Treat COVID-19
While experts agree that getting the vaccine is the best way to prevent COVID-19, we are still researching treatment options if you do, in fact, get sick.
Flu Shot and COVID-19 Vaccine: Do I need both?
As flu season sets in, there are a lot of questions surrounding how the flu shot may interact with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Mission Moment - July 2021
Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Vaccines are safe, effective, widely available and free!
The Truth about COVID-19 Vaccines and Herd Immunity
American Lung Association Spokesperson Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos answers questions about mask mandates and achieving herd immunity during COVID-19.
Just How Effective are Vaccinations for Transplant Patients?
Lung transplants are trending upward. The onset of the COVID-19 vaccine has caused concern for this population because transplant recipients have a suppressed immune system, placing them at increased risk for severe COVID-19 complications.