Doctors are becoming aware just how susceptible women are to lung disease, and a new report from the National Women's Health Resource Center shows how an early diagnosis can save lives.
The growing number of women who have taken up smoking since World War II has dramatically changed the types of lung diseases doctors now diagnose in women.
For example, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder was considered a disease of men for decades but has now become the fourth-leading cause...
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