We are excited and proud to announce that for the second year in a row, our COPD Foundation blog made Healthline.com’s top COPD blogs list! What’s also exciting is they included two of our other websites/blogs–DRIVE4COPD.org and our COPD Digest website!
Here’s what Healthline.com had to say:
COPD Foundation Blog:
“The official blog of the COPD Foundation has it all. You can get the latest listings of COPD events or health tips and advice. Discover symptom management strategies or awareness activities. Read up on COPD in the news or a growing archive of personal stories from readers like you.
COPD doesn’t have to mean a life sentence of inactivity and poor health. This is the perfect site for getting involved, getting educated, and taking control of your illness. Take advantage of this excellent online network and never worry about where to find info or advice again.”
“DRIVE4COPD is aimed at finding Americans with undiagnosed COPD. It promotes the awareness and advocacy project developed by the COPD Foundation and sculptor Michael Kalish. Experts estimate that of the 24 million people in the United States who suffer from COPD, half are undiagnosed.
DRIVE4COPD’s campaign represents a monumental public health initiative to screen millions of Americans for COPD symptoms. They aim to help potential COPD sufferers get the care and support they need as soon as possible.”
“A COPD Foundation publication, the COPD Digest offers a comprehensive overview of the world as it affects COPD patients. From learning how to manage prescriptions to developing an exercise plan, the digest offers informative articles on things that really matter: self-care, health maintenance, relevant policies, expert interviews and advice, and the latest news in advocacy and awareness.
The COPD Digest will help readers become smarter consumers, better patients, active advocates, and a member of an integrated community of COPD individuals. Breathe easy with this publication at your service!”
We feel honored to be among this list of blogs, and we have YOU—the COPD community—to thank! We are grateful for your continued support and share this honor with all of you.