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June 18 2012 Get back on track, move more, sit less, read and learn

Posted Jun 19 2012 4:02am

Getting back on track walking more each day takes time, takes me away from my computer, plus lots of time to study up on why my copd is "acting up" and what my husband's severe spinal stenosis is all about- a synovial cyst in the 4-5 lumbar disc/spine.  Each day I read to learn, and move to keep moving. So sorry it has been a long time between blogs and some good information links. 

How Does COPD Progress? There's no cure for COPD, but you can work with your doctor to slow its progression. First, learn about how the chronic lung condition develops. http://www.everydayhealth.com/copd/how-does-copd-progress.aspx

  People of all ages and physical conditions benefit from exercise and physical activity. These stories feature diverse older adults and the activities they enjoy.  http://go4life.niapublications.org/get-started/see-success-stories/just-for-fun  

Mobility Device Designed to Assist Patients Injured Below the Knee  http://www.rehabpub.com/RMN/2012-05-28_04.asp  

STARTING AN EXERCISE PROGRAM
by Mary Burns http://www.perf2ndwind.org/html/exercise.html
"Lyn" (Roxlyn G. Cole) Littleton, CO 
roxlyngcd@comcast.net
or Pulmo rehab and AFTER  blog index> http://tinyurl.com/3gau9lm  
and for O2 albums  http://www.facebook.com/roxlyngcd
TTO user Q & A  http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/TranstrachealOxygenUsers/
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