• Dangers of Whooping Cough
    Dangers of Whooping Cough
    How to Increase Lung Capacity.
  • Dry Drowning in Infants
    Dry Drowning in Infants
    When we breathe, expansion of lungs takes place, which generates a negative pressure in the lungs.
  • Respiratory Infection Symptoms
    Respiratory Infection Symptoms
    Pneumonia is a condition the location where the lungs - to be specific - the alveoli receives affected.
  • Chinese Medicine for Bronchitis
    Chinese Medicine for Bronchitis
    A bronchial cough is distinguishable, since it is loud and almost hollow, sounding as if one can hear the lungs rattling inside.
  • Bruised Ribs Healing Time
    Bruised Ribs Healing Time
    However, shallow breathing is negative, because it may result in pneumonia and lung infection.
  • Chronic Asthmatic Bronchitis
    Chronic Asthmatic Bronchitis
    If you carefully observe the word 'asthmatic bronchitis', it consists of two lung diseases, 'asthma' as well as 'bronchitis', both of them being listed under the category of Chronic Obstructive Lung Diseases (COPD).
  • Infant Bronchitis Symptoms
    Infant Bronchitis Symptoms
    Cilia, that are the actual little hair-like projections in top of the respiratory pathways, sweep the mucus or trapped allergens and prevent them from entering the lungs.
  • Coughing Up Mucus
    Coughing Up Mucus
    Though production of mucus is an immune response, persistent coughing that is caused due to excessive production of phlegm in throat or lungs is undoubtedly a very annoying problem.
  • Cough with Phlegm
    Cough with Phlegm
    And phlegm is nothing but the mucus secreted by the lungs in response to infection.
  • Collapsed Lung Recovery
    Collapsed Lung Recovery
    When the lungs inflate or expand by increasing the size of the chest cavity, it results in a negative (vacuum) pressure in the pleural space.
  • Lung Inflammation
    Lung Inflammation
    Inflammation in lungs may be of two types: dried out and wet.
  • Bronchitis Symptoms in Adults
    Bronchitis Symptoms in Adults
    The bronchial tubes are responsible for moving air to be able to and from the lungs.