Adrianna Mejia
That cough may be something worse. Here are the signs, symptoms and tips on how to cope with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

MANILA, Philippines – Filipinos tend to put others before themselves, such as when they prioritize the needs of their family. It’s why medical check ups are not always on the top of the list.

We don’t think much of it, but everyday we are exposed to harmful gases and chemicals that may affect our lungs. In and out of the office, we are exposed to second hand cigarette smoke and emissions from vehicles, for instance.

But not many Filipinos are aware of a disease that is among the 10 leading causes of death in the Philippines (READ: Dolphy and COPD: Remembering his legacy). 1

COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is something that’s not easily diagnosed. Its symptoms are not as distinct, which is why individuals are often caught off guard once they learn that they do have it. 2

Check out the infographic below for more information on how to spot COPD and see how you can manage it if you or a loved one is diagnosed. –

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November 2015

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