Create (or update) your Asthma Action Plan during COVID-19.

The Quick Take If you have asthma, it’s important for the people in your life to be aware of your condition and to know what they need to do if you experience symptoms....

Sports, exercise & asthma? Here’s how to have fun and keep fit.

In one corner… Your asthma, the chronic condition that’s constantly trying to keep you down. In the other corner… Sports, exercise, teamwork, accomplishment,...

Face Coverings and COVID-19. What People With Asthma Need To Know.

We all need to do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. And doctors agree that wearing a covering over our mouth and nose works to prevent transmission of the...

Advice for safe(r) summer get-togethers

June 20 marked the official start of summer. The warm weather and blue skies are calling us outdoors. And with many of us having sheltered in place over the past few...

Take a step forward… Walking more each day helps keep COPD symptoms away.

All too often, people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) avoid activities that stimulate their respiratory system out of fear of triggering an...

Could having asthma protect you from COVID-19? Maybe.

Since the start of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, public health organizations, like the CDC and WHO, warned that people with respiratory conditions may have a higher...

UPDATED: Information about COVID-19 specifically for people with asthma or COPD

UPDATED May 5, 2020 Living with asthma or COPD means you’re already accustomed to thinking about your respiratory health. These days, with the number of cases of...

Information about COVID-19 for caregivers of people with asthma or COPD

If you’re a caregiver of someone with asthma or COPD, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic may be a particularly stressful time for you.  Here are some resources you...

A Propeller user talks about living with COPD during coronavirus (and shares a f…

As a COPD patient and patient advocate, the current COVID-19 pandemic brings to mind so many thoughts and tips for fellow patients, as well as hope for us all. My...

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