Taking a deep breath isn't so simple for many Canadians due to COPD and Asthma, but with continued innovation we can empower Canadians to breathe better.
Around 15% of lung cancer patients have never smoked — like Joseph Neale, the Toronto-based musician-turned-activist who spreads awareness with his music.
Certified Respiratory Educators are specialized health professionals who help people manage their asthma and COPD — and avoid emergency hospital visits.
Spring is an exciting time for everyone — unless you have allergies. Learn how to get through the season without sneezing.
It may not take long for youngsters to recover from pneumonia, but for vulnerable populations like the elderly, the risk of fatality is a serious reality.
To Mike Holmes, good indoor air quality lets him know his family and home are safe. Read how homeowners can improve their air — and breathe healthier.
Spring can be a difficult time for Canadians with asthma. Learn how Asthma Canada recommends cleaning the air in your home to reduce potential irritants.
According to the Ontario Lung Association, the average person takes 22,000 breaths per day.
More than 2.8 million Ontarians live with some form of lung disease. When it comes to breathing easier, we all have an important role to play.
Most Canadians don't know about this chronic lung disease. Learn what it is, how to manage it, and why women should care.
Make sure your child enjoys the summer safely by following these five steps to help them control their asthma, from home environments to pollen levels.