Go Orange | COPD Awareness Month Go Orange | COPD Awareness Month

How Do I Take the #GoOrange Photo Challenge?plus

  • Join our COPD360social community.
  • Take a fun and creative pic of you, your friends/family/pets wearing orange.
  • Click on the camera icon on the activity feed below.
  • Click “Choose File” to browse and upload images saved to your computer.
  • Tell us in 2-3 sentences why you are Going Orange for COPD in the text field and click “Share”.
  • Vote for your favorite photos by clicking the “I care” button and share the copdf.co/Go-Orange link and #GoOrange hashtag to your social networks on Facebook and Twitter.
  • The post with the most “I care” likes by November 30 will receive a $250 giftcard!
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Bill Clark - Community Manager

Bill Clark - Community ManagerShuttle at Mets game

1 day ago

Bill66

Bill66Does anyone know if this is still in service?

1 day ago

Fabiana Talbot

Fabiana TalbotConnect with thought leaders in pulmonary medicine at the COPD10USA conference! Healthcare professionals and individuals impacted by COPD (patients, family members, caregivers) will come together for two days of cutting edge medical education sessions focused on clinical care, research and care delivery.

Reserve your place at the COPD10usa patient workshop today: copdf.co/2pmzfKm

4 days ago

pervaiz

pervaiz

4 days ago

Lindsayamandarumph

Lindsayamandarumph

1 week ago

RitaN55

RitaN55On April 13th we participated in an event Function at the Junction held by ARORA to increase awareness in organ donations. We provided information on COPD and smoking cessation. I also preformed Carbon Monoxide monitoring to those interested.

1 week ago

    RitaN55

    RitaN55I had a booth at the Chronic Disease Forum in Benton, AR. Providing information on COPD, Alpha-1, and Smoking cessation. Also information was given out on Baptist Health-LR Better Breathers Club...which I am facilitator. And our Freedom From Smoking sessions we provide for anyone interested. This was held April 20 and 21.

    1 week ago

    Ben A

    Ben AI've mentioned before that I live in the middle of the woods, which makes allergy season a nightmare, but I don't think words really describe the situation adequately. Here's an aerial shot of my cabin. As you can see, Nature has me surrounded....

    2 weeks ago

    Bill66

    Bill66

    2 weeks ago

    Bill66

    Bill66Vinny, It wouldn't let me post in message. Thanks Bill

    2 weeks ago

    • Vinny MI see what's happening. Tom posted another comment in the activity feed that you added a comment to. If you scroll down on this page you'll find it. That's the one that should be showing in your profile view. When you look at your profile view you see all the conversations listed that you took part in. I'll look in to why it's showing a different comment as opposed to the one you took part in. Thanks for letting me know.2 weeks ago

    LyndaC

    LyndaC

    2 weeks ago

    Made Pramana

    Made PramanaHi guys, does anyone have information about how to use Symbicort for the first time? I didn't really understand the guidance below. Thank you for the information.

    2 weeks ago

    Bill Clark - Community Manager

    Bill Clark - Community ManagerVery True!

    3 weeks ago

    Karen Deitemeyer

    Karen DeitemeyerOne more picture for today - this weekend was the Melbourne, FL Air Show - we live not too far from the airport and have enjoyed watching the performers practice Thursday and Friday and perform yesterday and today. I got lucky and managed to take this picture (with my cell phone) of the US Air Force Thunderbirds flying over our neighborhood.

    3 weeks ago

    Karen Deitemeyer

    Karen DeitemeyerI'm posting a picture of me and Bill at our community's Black and White Gala last night. The dinner was good, the music was great, and "Mr. Casino" brought his Blackjack and Roulette tables. We played with fake money and fake chips, turned our chips in for door prize tickets, and I won a Lenovo tablet complete with a folio case!!!

    4 weeks ago

    Bill Clark - Community Manager

    Bill Clark - Community ManagerA very true cartoon!

    4 weeks ago

    Jamie Sullivan

    Jamie SullivanBack from the first state based COPD Readmissions Institute in Connecticut. It was great to see over half of the hospitals in the state come together to learn and brainstorm how to improve COPD care and it was especially great to see the patients who attended and the real contributions to the discussion that they made. Here is a pic of Kristen (who planned the whole event!), COPDF President Grace Anne Dorney Koppel and Iowa State Captain Jean Rommes. I am sure Kristen will tell us all more about the event in the coming days/weeks and hopefully some of the attendees will join us here on 360Social too!

    1 month ago

    Kristen Willard

    Kristen WillardHere they are!

    1 month ago

    Bill66

    Bill66I just Received my Pulse Oximeter my wife ordered from Amazon Prime for 16.00 It was recommended by a pulmonary nurse. Accumed CMS50DL
    I'm very happy getting this😀

    1 month ago

    • edpe77Mine /I assume reads o2 ok, but more often than not pulse is reading very high. Also don't use with cold or wet fingers.
      ed1 month ago

    • clipperGood, now you can check your O2 while exercising to make sure you don't drop too low, especially on the treadmill. Exercising without one is not the best way to go :) 1 month ago

    • JeanYour pulse reading might be quite high if you've just begun an exercise program. After all, for years you haven't asked your heart to do a whole lot and now you're asking it to actually exercise? No wonder it's complaining a bit! When I first started, my heart rate was quite high, too, but as I continued it came down nicely. Now, after 15 years of this I really have to work to get my heart rate into the anaerobic stage.1 month ago

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