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Breathe in, breathe out: New way of imaging lungs could improve COPD diagnosis and treatment by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Tue 09 Oct 2012 10:01pm From left to right, PRM images of the lungs of a healthy person, two people with mild to moderate COPD, and a person with severe emphysema. Green is healthy tissue, yellow is small airway damage, and red is more severe damage. A new approach to lung scanning could improve the diagnosis and treatment of a lung disease tha ... Read on »
I breathed in, I breathed out by Summer S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Jul 2009 10:09pm I had a moment...and it's moments like these I need to remember. I was content. I looked around at my life, and I smiled in my soul. I breathed in, I breathed out, I felt okay. For that one moment, I allowed myself to accept me. There were no menacing thoughts, instead I embraced what God had blessed me with. My children. My babi ... Read on »
breathe...just breathe. by CailenAscher Posted Mon 21 May 2012 7:00am have you ever noticed how instantly calming the breath can be?  when someone says "just take a deep breath" -- though it's often the last advice i want to hear in that moment -- i'm always surprised by how quickly its soothing effect takes place. for thousands of years, yogis have noticed the profound effects of breathing practices, called ... Read on »
Breathe in, breathe out by Kelliann F. Posted Tue 09 Nov 2010 12:00am Breathe in deeply. Fill your lungs, your belly. Let it out. In again, through the nose, and out through the mouth... Ok. Everything happens for a reason. The only thing constant is change. Time never stops moving. I did not go to the gym today. I ate poorly. I was tired, headache-y and downright crabby. And this, my friends, is life. ... Read on »
"While you wake up today, someone is breathing their last breath. Thank God for another day...." by carmelakb Posted Mon 28 Nov 2011 12:08am “While you wake up today, someone is breathing their last breath. Thank God for another day. Don’t waste it.” Read on »
Breathe In, Breathe Out by maeflye Posted Tue 30 Aug 2005 12:00am We just got back from having lunchables in the park. My idea of cooking. I took my 17 year old to fill out a job application. He and I have a joke that I use when I feel like I am doing too much thinking for him. Now some of my kids do require my direction often, and I do a lot of their thinking for them. But sometimes I catch myself ... Read on »
Research on Halitosis (Bad Breath), Breath Odor by Dr. Thomas Gibbs Doctor of Dentistry Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 5:03pm Recently Dr. Gibbs and some of the staff attended a meeting concerning new research in halitosis. Among some of the findings: Over 90 % of halitosis originates from oral origins. Digestive, medical diseases, and food cause less than 10% of all halitosis. Food and tobacco are contributory, but do not cause chronic halitosis. ... Read on »
Breathe, Just Breathe by Dr. Mary Kearns, PhD Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 4:51pm One of my first posts on this blog was about breathing. It is such a basic thing, but it is easy to get into the habit of not breathing fully. I know that when I get stressed out, I have to remind myself to slow down and breathe. It's amazing how much a few deep, full breaths can calm you down. I have been on the verge of being stressed out lat ... Read on »
Breathe in, breathe out by emlit81 Posted Thu 16 Apr 2009 12:00am After reading comments on my last post about breathing, I can’t decide whether I’m comforted knowing that so many other people have experienced this sort of discomfort, or whether I’m further distressed.  Why are our lives so stressful?  If we were to say that readers (or specifically: commenters) of this blog are a representative, random s ... Read on »
Breathe, Just Breathe by Ashley's Mom Patient Expert Posted Thu 29 Apr 2010 12:00am I felt like someone had punched me in the gut. It was one of those stop breathing moments - two seconds until telling myself to breathe again. I knew when I adopted Ronnie that he had a lot of medical issues. Among those issues is kidney disease. He takes a handful of medications three times a day which supplement the job that his kidn ... Read on »