How to Continue Working With COPD
Russell Winwood
Russell Winwood
January 15, 2019
There are many things to consider when deciding whether you will keep working with COPD. If you decide you want to continue, consider making these changes.

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COPD in Non-Smokers

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Ten percent of people with COPD are non-smokers. What are the risk factors causing COPD in non-smokers and how can COPD be treated?
by Krystina Ostermeyer on June 12, 2017
What Causes COPD?

What Causes COPD?

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by Krystina Ostermeyer on January 24, 2017
COPD Gender Differences

Are Men or Women at Greater Risk for COPD?

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How are COPD and CHF Different?

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by Patricia Bratianu on June 16, 2015
Occupational Considerations and COPD

Occupational Considerations and COPD

While smoking is the leading cause of the development of COPD, a variety of occupations have been linked with an increased prevalence of this condition.
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