• Hustle Chicago® Stair Climb

    An important announcement about

    the 2022 event

    We believe in a future free of lung disease, where everyone breathes easier. Climbers like you share Respiratory Health Association’s vision of healthy lungs and clean air for all – and we are grateful for your ongoing support. For the safety of climbers, we have decided to move the 2022 event back outdoors to Soldier Field on May 15, 2022. Registration will open in early February.

  • Living Well with COPD

    Let’s take control of

    COPD together

    If you live with COPD or provide care for someone who does, knowing the facts about the disease, its symptoms, and ways to manage are important. Our resource guide provides you with the tools to take control of your health and breathe easier every day.
  • Project STRENGTH

    Pulmonary Rehab

    at Home

    These resources will help you stay healthy at home while living with COPD. This new series includes information to build exercise routines, manage your breathing, put together a nutrition plan, and more!

HEALTHY LUNGS AND CLEAN AIR FOR ALL

LUNG CANCER AWARENESS
Know the Facts When It Comes to Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S., yet receives significantly less funding than other cancers. We want to talk about ways to keep yourself healthy, from knowing signs & symptoms to getting screenings if you are a good candidate.

AN UPDATE ON COPD
YOUR COPD QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Dr. Khalilah Gates, a lung specialist from Northwestern University, shared an update on COPD and the impacts of COVID-19. You can learn about the best ways to stay healthy, especially with the holidays coning up, and hear Dr. Gates answer people’s questions about COPD!

COPD CAREGIVERS STUDY
ARE YOU CARING FOR SOMEONE LIVING WITH COPD?

We are looking for participants to use and evaluate our COPD Caregiver’s Toolkit, which is designed to ease the burden of caregiving. As part of this year-long Caring for COPD Caregivers study, you will receive a free toolkit to use and provide feedback on every few months.

RESPIRATORY HEALTH ASSOCIATION'S MISSION IS TO PREVENT LUNG DISEASE, PROMOTE CLEAN AIR AND HELP PEOPLE LIVE BETTER THROUGH EDUCATION, RESEARCH, AND POLICY CHANGE.