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American Lung Association: “How Lungs Work,” “Lung Capacity and Aging,” “Particle Pollution,” “Learn About Pneumonia,” “Learn About Acute Bronchitis.”
American Thoracic Society: “Anatomy and Function of the Normal Lung.”
Cedars-Sinai: “How the Lungs Protect Themselves.”
Cleveland Clinic: “COPD Exercise & Activity Guidelines,” “How Your Lungs Work.”
Facts Legend: “20 Interesting Human Lung Facts.”
KidsHealth.org: “What Is Asthma?”
Mayo Clinic: “Motor Control of Diaphragm Muscle,” “Central Sleep Apnea,” “Asthma.”
Ohio State University Department of Pathology: “Autopsy Page.”
National Geographic: “Lungs.”
National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute: “What Controls Your Breathing?”
New Health Guide: “What Is the Function of the Respiratory System?”
News Medical Life Sciences & Medicine: “Lung cancer in non-smokers is sixth biggest cancer killer.”
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