Protecting People With Chronic Lung Disease During the Pandemic

Today the U.S. reached the grim milestone of 200,000 deaths due to COVID-19. The coronavirus is particularly worrisome for people with other health conditions.

In this Mediaplanet article, Dr. Albert A. Rizzo, chief medical officer for the American Lung Association, tells me how people with chronic lung disease can protect themselves.

Here’s an excerpt:

Dr. Rizzo recommends people with lung disease maintain healthy habits, including proper sleep, diet, and exercise, as well as not smoking or vaping. They should continue their regular medicines. 

Feeling Fresh Even During a Heatwave

We’ve had a heat wave in Southern California for the past week. Nearly 100 degree temperatures plus humidity, day after day. It’s been uncomfortable to say the least.

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Still it was a great time to try out two products that were recently sent to me. I received two cans of Dove Invisible Dry Spray Antiperspirants. The product line is new and I tried the sheer fresh and clear finish.

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These sprays give you 48-hour protection from odor and wetness and they won’t stain your clothes – I love that!

It’s always so annoying to see white chalky deodorant marks on your clothes, especially when you’re wearing a dark top or dress. This antiperspirant has been tested to be invisible on 100 colors of clothing – not just dark clothes.

The heat wave is over but I’m glad I had the chance to try this new spray. I’ll be feeling fresh day every day and my clothes won’t have marks either.