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.
Women Making a Difference for Lung Health
During the month of March, in honor of Women’s History Month, we work to recognize and thank the incredible women who are leading the way and making a difference in lung health.
Women Championing Women
Dr. Press, along with colleagues Megan Huisingh-Scheetz, M.D., and Julie Oyler, M.D., recently published a paper that details their successful pilot program to improve female representation for academic institutional awards.
Pregnancy During a Pandemic: How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19
Dr. Nathaniel G. DeNicola explains the risks for pregnant women and why experts are recommending they get the vaccine.
Recognizing Mothers on the Frontlines
Mother’s Day is the time to appreciate the hard-working women in our lives. This year, more than ever, we not only recognize the strength and resilience of our own mothers, but we are acutely aware just how much moms across the nation are doing.
Flu Shots for Pregnant Women: It's Not Just Safe, It's Necessary
It is flu season, and a recent report suggests that one of the highest risk groups has been neglecting to get this vital vaccine.
Take That World, Because I've Got Your Number: Remembering Valerie Harper
For over 40 years, Valerie Harper was an inspiration for women who idolized her iconic television character, Rhoda. Valerie, like her character Rhoda, addressed every challenge in her life head on.
Myths and Truths about Asthma and Pregnancy
The Lung Association is here to reassure you that most women with asthma can have a normal pregnancy and deliver a healthy baby.
Miss Pennsylvania Encourages Flu Protection for Communities throughout Pennsylvania
As a nursing student at the University of Alabama last year, I was in shock when I found out the number of students who were reluctant to get the flu vaccine. There seemed to be so many misconceptions about it.
Lung Cancer Screening: A Simple Way to Save Lives
Lung cancer is the nation’s leading cancer killer of both men and women, accounting for 25% of total cancer deaths in the U.S. Unfortunately, less than 5% of those recommended to undergo lung cancer screening (LCS) for early detection have done so.
Lung Cancer: Not What You Think
LUNG FORCE and Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) are collaborating on the Not What You Think campaign to raise awareness of lung cancer, reveal it's surprising, devastating facts.