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Calling on a support system can positively impact your health. Find an in-person support group nearby, connect with an expert online or over the phone, or join one of our online communities today. Provided by American Lung Association.

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Program designed for adults that teaches the skills and techniques that have been proven to help smokers quit; available as a group clinic, an online program and a self-help book. Some fees do apply for this lung disease program.

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There are many forms of lung disease. Use our Lung Disease Finder to get the facts and learn about symptoms, causes, treatments and more.

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Our lung disease finder can help you locate additional information on a particular disease.

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Health care professionals available for questions about lung disease, allergies, smoking cessation, asthma, environmental health and emphysema. For more information call 1-800-LUNG-USA.

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Volunteer opportunities are available on this page for the seven states in the Mountain Pacific region.

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Depending on your symptoms and diagnosis, your doctor might recommend a lung test or procedure. Use the glossary or search field provided by American Lung Association to learn more about various procedures.

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Your body has a natural defense system designed to protect the lungs, keeping dirt and germs at bay. But there are some important things you can do to reduce your risk of lung disease. Here are some ways to keep your lungs healthy, provided by American Lung Association.

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If you experience any of the following warning signs, make an appointment with your healthcare provider as soon as possible. Warning signs provided by American Lung Association.

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