When every breath is a challenge, you need the latest news
on the most effective treatments for your condition.
If you suffer from asthma, bronchitis, COPD, lung cancer, emphysema or sleep apnea, read on...
When drawing a breath is a challenge, the pulmonary specialists at Johns Hopkins offer timely information, new research findings and the best medical advice available to help you cope with your condition.
It's all detailed in an important new research report from Johns Hopkins -- rated #1 of America's best hospitals for 21 consecutive years 1991-2011 by U.S. News & World Report.
The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper provides you with valuable insights on managing lung disorders that include emphysema, chronic bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, lung cancer and sleep apnea.
In this Johns Hopkins White Paper, you will discover exciting advances and the most useful, current information to help you prevent or treat conditions affecting your lungs.
You will learn how to prevent these diseases and, when symptoms arise, the best ways for you to work with your doctor to diagnose and treat them.
The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper
The expertise you need in layperson's language
you can understand and use.
Edited by Peter B. Terry, M.D., M.A.
The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper provides you with the latest information on the prevention and treatment of COPD, asthma, lung cancer and more, so you can improve your breathing, and work more closely and effectively with your healthcare providers.
All available to order now, so you can start using what you learn right away, to enhance your quality of life and not have to put up any longer with the limitations imposed by these breath-robbing conditions.
In The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper you'll learn:
- The ABCs of breathing: How your lungs work -- illustrated in color.
- How to use an HFA metered-dose inhaler.
- COPD and lung cancer screening advice for smokers.
- How to minimize the effects of long-term steroid use.
- Two emotions that could worsen your asthma control.
- 18 energy-saving strategies when you have COPD.
- New research on preventing acute COPD flares with antibiotics.
- Your lung disease flight manual: What you should know before you fly.
- The latest on a potentially harmful treatment for pulmonary fibrosis.
- The "pneumonia" shot: Why you may need it, which vaccine to get.
- Palliative care: Two words you shouldn't fear if you have lung cancer.
- Can acupuncture improve breathlessness in COPD? New research points the way.
- An alternative treatment for sleep apnea: Will it work for you?
- A close look at bronchoscopy.
- Zinc and the common cold: What the research suggests.
The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper is designed to help you ensure the best outcome. Use what you learn to help you:
- Recognize and respond to symptoms and changes in your breathing and lung function as they occur.
- Communicate effectively with your doctor, ask the right questions about your symptoms and treatment options, and understand the answers.
- Make the most informed decisions, based on an understanding of the newest drugs, the latest therapies, the most promising research.
- Take control over your condition and act from solid, evidence-based knowledge, rather than myths.
... and you'll also learn:
- Side effects of corticosteroids.
- The effects of radon in homes.
- The respiratory symptoms you should not ignore.
- Drugs that can help you kick the smoking habit.
- The newest options for sleep apnea.
- Who is at high risk for deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
- The most effective diagnostic tests for pulmonary embolism.
- How old is too old for lung transplant surgery?
... and much more.
Direct to you from Johns Hopkins Medicine
Johns Hopkins stands at the forefront of modern medicine, in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of the diseases that undermine healthy living and longevity.
It's no surprise that the annual U.S. News and World Report "Best Hospital" ratings have held Johns Hopkins Hospital in the #1 spot for 21 consecutive years 1991-2011.
Each of the 2013 White Papers has been prepared for your use by some of the most respected medical specialists in the field. They are designed with YOU in mind, the busy person who doesn't have time, money or energy to waste on anything less than the best, most current information and the most effective treatments for your lung disorder.
The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper covers the latest research on:
- Interstitial Lung Disease
- Lung Cancer
- Pulmonary Embolism
- Sleep Apnea
In this must-read guide to Lung Disorders, you'll discover:
- A chart of commonly used bronchodilators, updated for 2013
- A chart of anti-inflammatory drugs, updated for 2013
- A glossary of terms and an index to help you find the topics of interest to you
In The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper, for each of the diseases covered, you'll get:
- A thorough overview of the condition, its causes and symptoms ...
- Treatment options, with Johns Hopkins recommendations ...
- Groundbreaking new research and a review of the latest studies ...
- A glossary of medical terms you need to understand ...
- Lists of health information organizations and support groups that specialize in the disorder ...
PLUS: Read our popular "Ask the Doctor" columns throughout The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper for answers to many of your questions about your respiratory problems, direct from Hopkins' specialists.
The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper is a publication like no other. This information-packed annual gives you 77 pages of the most current need-to-know news on emphysema, lung cancer, chronic bronchitis and other lung disorders, all backed by Johns Hopkins research and expertise.
But that's not all! Order and pay with your credit card now, and you'll also receive this FREE Special Report as an instant download:
FREE Lung Disorders Special Report:
Coping strategies for common lung problems
- Is it a Cold, Or the Flu? The nine symptoms to look out for.
- Kick that Chronic Cough: Chronic cough is not a disease, but a symptom of another condition. Treating the underlying lung disorder is the key. Hopkins specialists look at the causes, treatment options and self-care steps if you suffer from chronic cough.
- Debunking Smokers' Myths: Does switching to light cigarettes offer any protection? Can cutting back on how much you smoke make any difference? See what the latest research shows, PLUS, you'll get advice on the best tools for quitting once and for all.
- Preventing Travel-Related Blood Clots: Sitting for long periods of time can increase the risk of developing a dangerous blood clot in your leg, a clot that can break loose and travel to the lungs. These steps can help prevent pulmonary thrombosis.
- No More Runny Nose! Because it's so common, the 10 to 30 percent of adults who suffer from allergic rhinitis may not seek relief. We explore a variety of treatment strategies designed to stop your allergies from interfering with your ability to live life to the fullest.
- Conserving Energy if You Have COPD: Easy ways to make your everyday tasks less draining if you have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
That's right. You'll receive The 2013 Johns Hopkins Lung Disorders White Paper in the mail AND this Special Report as an instant electronic download, all for only $19.95 plus shipping. You can start applying the information you read right away, to make the most informed decisions you can about your healthcare.
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