For adult with CF Brent Pace, staying healthy isn't about avoiding life. It's about living mindfully.
After what seems like an hour and too many clicks to count, you finally did it. You booked your flight! A couple weeks leading up to your departure date, panic starts to set in. You go into operation “no one better get me sick” mode.
It's that dreaded time again ... Cough, cough, sneeze ... Yuck! I'm prepared, though. And you can be too. Check out the top nine tips I swear by for staying healthy during cold and flu season.
Finding out I had COVID-19 was frightening, but much of what my brother and cystic fibrosis taught me about emotional resilience helped me get through it. This is the story of my journey surviving cystic fibrosis and COVID-19.
Because of the threat to my health caused by COVID-19, I had to give up my dream job as a nurse practitioner. Now I am asking for paid leave expansion.
Getting sick for a person with CF is so much more than a couple days off watching Netflix. It can be really scary. But you can help us stay healthy this cold and flu season.
Infection prevention and control is so important after a lung transplant, but often I am left with more questions than answers about how to protect myself.
As public health officials assess the risk of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on the overall population, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is evaluating its potential impact on people with cystic fibrosis.
A former clinical nurse explains why you should get your flu shot.