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July 24, 2008 COPD chronic cough-sinus-gerd and keep moving

Posted Jul 24 2008 4:09pm

Mark Junge's SeQual Bike TourOn July 24, 2008 I am continuing my ride around the world with the Eclipse 2 with AutoSAT Technology, Personal Ambulatory Oxygen System by SeQual Technologies Inc. The ride starts inSan FranciscotoSan Diego,CA. Thus, we will have taken the oxygen tour from coast-to-coast and border-to-border.Already the bicycle tour has made history.Mark


'Stuffy Nose' Mouse: A Promise To Help Treat 31 Million With SinusitisScienceDaily (July 23, 2008)��� Mice with inflamed nasal tissue being tested at a Johns Hopkins laboratory may be unable to tell if something smells bad or good, but their sensory deficit is nothing to turn up a nose at.

Sinusitis Is Common Yet Often Overlooked Cause Of

Chronic CoughScienceDaily (Nov. 3, 2005)��� In a new Mayo Clinic study, researchers found that more than one-third of chronic cough patients given a CT scan had sinusitis, inflammation of the sinuses���findings in this series of patients place sinusitis among the top three reasons for chronic cough, along with acid reflux and rhinitis, inflammation of the nasal passages." ���Sinusitis can manifest as weeping mucus that drips down the throat, which can cause irritation and prompt coughing. Sinusitis is not only tricky to diagnose but also can be difficult to treat, >>>VERY interesting!*****

Mayo Clinic Study Implicates Fungus As Cause Of Chronic SinusitisScienceDaily (Sep. 10, 1999)���"We can now begin to treat the cause of the problem instead of the symptoms"

How Gastric Reflux May Trigger Asthma:some interesting side links on this one:

roxlyngcd@comcast.netI was slow getting started today, but my training plans said otherwise. I set the elliptical at 45 minutes program #6, the most difficult and longest one. It goes up to pressure 10 to simulate going up hill. I know once I start I won't quit...go very slowly maybe, but hang on to the finish. I did, and the distance registered 1650 revolutions. thus an average of about 36 steps per minute. I am tired, but not exhausted...yet. Remember, I have been rehabbing for 5+ years now with mild/moderate copd...age 70.

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