There are many ways you can prioritize your health and wellness this autumn. Starting a healthy routine this autumn is the key to staying healthy this season.
Respiratory Care Week gives us all an opportunity to show support and thank respiratory therapists for their dedication and hard work.
Remember that you need to eat a variety of healthy foods to boost your immune system. Take a look at some great options to enjoy this fall!
To help relieve the stress traveling with your home oxygen equipment can cause, we have a few tips to make it easier, safer, and more comfortable.
We want to share five tips with you to improve the air quality in your home during the summer and wildfire season.
If you have COPD, there are many ways you can manage the disease and live a happy and healthy life. That's why we are sharing five tips to best manage your COPD.
If you are doing some spring cleaning, peek at these tips to learn how you can efficiently and effectively purify the air in your home.
There is no consistent reasoning for long haulers syndrome, but it can be a lengthy and hard battle. Here's what you need to know about long haulers.
Many people who deal with asthma have found benefits in yoga, specifically for asthmatics, which has helped alleviate symptoms and provided relief. Here are some yoga tips for asthmatics.
Advanced Respiratory Care Network specializes in sleep study services at several of our locations, but we want you to understand what you can expect when you come in for your appointment.
Many people who had COVID-19 experienced mild symptoms that didn't impact their everyday life once they recovered. Some people, however, experienced much more severe cases that left them facing a long road to full recovery.
If your doctor has prescribed a pulmonary function test for you to take, you likely have a lot of questions. We're here to help answer some questions.
At Advanced Respiratory Care, we want you to know which COVID-19 test you should be taking, and that you can trust the results of each of those tests.
We've all had that feeling. You feel a tickle in your throat, or you notice that you have a fever. Do you have a cold? Is it the flu? Or do you have COVID-19?