Care for a lung disease that develops when air sacs in the lungs become inflamed, often causing them to fill with fluid.
Trouble breathing or chest tightness due to constricted airways and excess mucus. Often induced by exercise or allergies.
Care for a disease caused by smoking that slowly damages your lungs over time and makes it more difficult to breathe.
Lungs infections; often including airway swelling, buildup of fluid, pus or mucus that can make breathing difficult.
An infectious bacterial disease that is characterized by nodule growth in the lungs and other tissues.
Treatment for a sleep disorder wherein breathing repeatedly stops and starts while sleeping, causing people to snore loudly.
A cancer that develops in the lungs, often as a result of exposure to tobacco smoke and other carcinogens.
The growth of inflammatory cells that often begin in the lungs, skin or lymph nodes.
A form of high blood pressure that narrows the arteries in the lungs, causing your heart to work harder to carry blood to the lungs.
A non-invasive test that measures lung size, airflow and other functions to determine how well your lungs work.