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Hear that sound? Of course you do, you’ve been hearing it for what seems like forever. It’s the sound of you coughing… again. What is a chronic cough? Pulmonologists (respiratory doctors) consider a cough to be chronic when it lasts eight weeks or longer in adults and four weeks or longer in children. A chronic, non-resolving cough can disrupt your sleep and your life. It can be painful, cause nausea

One of the most common questions I get as a pulmonary specialist is “How do I know if I have COPD?” Before I get into that, let me explain exactly what it is. What is COPD? COPD stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which is a fancy way of saying it’s a recurring lung disease that includes affects the lungs and causes reduced airflow, which makes it hard to breathe. Also, is progressive,

Streptococcal or staphylococcus pneumonia, commonly known as simply pneumonia, is a serious pulmonary infection that causes the lungs to inflame, build up with fluid, and, at times, give off a milky-white discharge. This causes coughing with phlegm or pus, along with a fever, chills, and difficulty breathing. Pneumonia cases vary in severity from mild to life-threatening. So, how do you know if you have Pneumonia? And how do you know