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With COPD, the less you do, the less you’re able to do. Weak muscles need more oxygen, so you can become short of breath just shopping or cooking. Exercise changes that. The more conditioned your muscles, the easier daily activities become. The easier they are, the more independent you can stay. http://www.webmd.com/lung/copd/ss/slideshow-copd-exercises
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Patients who use respiratory inhalers will be able to recycle the devices for the first time in the U.S., according to British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline PLC, which is launching its “Complete the Cycle” program in drugstores in 31 cities.
GlaxoSmithKline is the top seller of respiratory medicines in the U.S., with brands including the blockbuster Advair, but its new program will also recycle inhalers made by competitors. The program, starting in cities from Anchorage, Alaska, to Atlanta, will enable patients to drop off inhalers in boxes at participating pharmacies. When bags inside the boxes are full, they’ll be shipped to a Glaxo recycling contractor.
“We expect to bring back at least 100,000 inhalers in the 31 markets” in the first year, Jorge Bartolome, Glaxo’s senior vice president for its respiratory business, told The Associated Press in an exclusive interview. http://bit.ly/RqPGwd http://us.gsk.com/html/responsibility/complete-the-cycle.html