I feel like I got run over by a truck

Posted on 3 CommentsPosted in Asthma, lung disease and exercise, People, Places and Events, Walking, Walking Injuries

Im sure youve heard or used the expression “I feel like I was run over by a truck” to describe the aftermath of a really bad asthma exacerbation or some other aliment. Ive used it several times myself in my blog posts, but this time around Im not using it as an expression, I actually […]

The asthma app is finally here.

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After a year long collaboration with some talented engineering friends of mine, the app we’ve been working on is finally available for I phone with Android following shortly. Introducing Ourbreeze . The first Asthma app that monitors multiple environmental indices, all of which can trigger or worsen symptoms in people with lung disease. You can […]

Paying my own way

Posted on 1 CommentPosted in Asthma, asthma advocacy, Asthma exacerbations, Asthma medical tests, Asthma Medications, Hospitals

After 12 and half years of receiving free healthcare benefits from my partner’s employer, the ridiculously increasing costs to maintain those benefits became unsustainable for the small company, forcing them to ditch the premium plan for a bare bones plan with such high deductibles, that the plan is virtually useless for someone like me. So, […]

Moving right along……

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It’s been a very busy month indeed. When they say a lung transplant evaluation is thorough and exhausting, they’re not kidding. Every time I think Ive completed all the required tests, the transplant coordinator calls to say I still have more to do. In addition, some of these test have to be repeated every few […]