Suffering with a stuffy nose? Try having sex. Engaging in sexual intercourse can shrink blood vessels in the nose, relieving congestion for up to an hour.
If you’re in your mid-60s or older and have end-stage lung disease, you may be able to receive a lung transplant. Depending on your overall health, larger transplant centers may have options for you.
If you’re suffering from COPD, you may be a good candidate for pulmonary rehabilitation. If you stick with it, it can help you breathe easier and improve your quality of life.
If you have cardiac sarcoidosis it means that inflammation is affecting your heart. The cause of this rare disease is unknown. Find out what we do know about it.
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