American Lung Association of Arizona

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American Lung Association of Arizona
American Lung Association of Arizona is listed in the Associations Health category in Tucson, Arizona. Displayed below are the social networks for American Lung Association of Arizona which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Lung Association of Arizona on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 93.

Contact information for American Lung Association of Arizona is:
2819 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85716
(520) 323-1812
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Most people are surprised to learn that the food they eat may affect their breathing. #NationalNutritionMonth #NNM bit.ly/2lvBEia


In honor of #WorldTBDay. Here are five things to know about the global tuberculosis epidemic bit.ly/2mUI5Ko

Did you know one-third of the world’s population is currently living with latent TB? In honor or #WorldTBDay this week, here are five things everyone should understand about the global epidemic and what we’re doing to fight it.
March 24 is World Tuberculosis (TB) Day, an annual event to recognize the day in 1882 when Dr. Robert Koch discovered Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the organism that causes tuberculosis (TB).


Help us keep fighting for #LungHeath and Affordable, Accessible, Adequate Healthcare bit.ly/2nllGti


RT @jeffseyler: .@LungAssociation Responds to Pulling American Health Care Act from House Floor lung.org/about-us/media…


RT @HaroldWimmer: Thanks to all who called Reps to express concerns about #AHCA --#Congress heard our message! bit.ly/2n2lQ6t

Speaker Ryan made the correct choice in pulling the American Health Care Act. This was the right call for lung health and the more than 32 million Americans living with lung disease. However, this is not the end of the healthcare debate. Our advocacy will not stop. We know there is important work to do to improve the healthcare system and meet our principles that coverage should be affordable, adequate and accessible. And, any changes to current law should preserve coverage for these individuals, extend coverage to those who remain uninsured, and lower costs and improve quality for all. Our statement: http://bit.ly/2n2lQ6t

Tomorrow, the U.S. House of Representatives will vote on the American Health Care Act, which will result in an estimated 14 million Americans losing their healthcare in 2018. As currently drafted, we oppose this bill because it will be bad for lung health. Please contact your Representative today and urge them to vote no. Find their phone numbers here: http://bit.ly/2aHqNO5
By becoming an advocate, you lend your voice to our critical efforts to reduce lung disease, fight for clean air and, ultimately, save lives.» Join the American Lung Association Lung Action Network!

Happy first day of spring! We're here to help keep those allergy symptoms at bay.
It’s finally spring! The days are getting longer, flowers are starting to bloom, the weather is warming up and … oh, unfortunately asthma and allergy triggers are making their seasonal appearance.

Are you at risk? Even healthy adults are at an increased risk for pneumococcal pneumonia, a serious lung infection that is potentially life-threatening. Understand your risk today at Lung.org/who-pneu - an awareness campaign from the American Lung Association & Pfizer.
Learn about pneumococcal pneumonia in adults 50+ and assess your personal risk. Developed by the American Lung Association in partnership with Pfizer.