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LUNG FORCE Walk

June 8, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
7850 Butler County Metroparks , West Chester, OH 45069
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Specification
At a glance
  • 3 Hour Shift

  • 18+

  • 50+ Volunteers

What we'll doHelp make the Lung Force Walk a success!
Who can do itAnyone 18+

Join us as we walk together to raise awareness and funds to defeat lung cancer and raise our voices for lung health. LUNG FORCE Walks are a time to laugh, learn and imagine a world free of lung disease. Our walks promote fitness and help forge lasting connections between participants. Your support saves lives by funding key lung cancer research and providing people who are impacted by lung cancer with invaluable resources, assistance, and information. Get involved today by forming a team, registering as an individual or participating virtually.

7850 Butler County Metroparks , West Chester, OH 45069
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COVID-19 is a lung infection, and with your support we can save more lives affected by COVID-19 – from getting vaccines to those who need them when available, aid research and protect against future pandemics. Through July 18, donate a dollar or more at your local CVS Pharmacy or online at Lung.org/cvs.

COVID-19 is a lung infection, and with your support we can save more lives affected by COVID-19 – from getting vaccines to those who need them when available, aid research and protect against future pandemics. Through July 18, donate a dollar or more at your local CVS Pharmacy or online at Lung.org/cvs. ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

What does the American Lung Association actually do? I see a lot of asking for donations but no facts on anything ALA has done to help anything anywhere? Well you did help get Vape banned with tobacco money so there is that!

Will do.

Our COVID-19 Summer Town Hall Series is bringing top health experts together to raise awareness about connections between COVID-19, air pollution, and racial disparities. Register to join us live or receive a link to a recording featuring leading air quality researcher Dr. Francesca Dominici, this panel will present the findings from public health, data science and local government perspectives. Presented in partnership with Center for Environmental Policy at American University. https://bit.ly/2NCJAwV

Our COVID-19 Summer Town Hall Series is bringing top health experts together to raise awareness about connections between COVID-19, air pollution, and racial disparities. Register to join us live or receive a link to a recording featuring leading air quality researcher Dr. Francesca Dominici, this panel will present the findings from public health, data science and local government perspectives. Presented in partnership with Center for Environmental Policy at American University. bit.ly/2NCJAwV ... See MoreSee Less

We celebrate cleaner air thanks to 50 years of the Clean Air Act, yet this progress is at risk from the threat of climate change. That’s why we’re raising awareness about the importance of healthy air. You can make a difference - Stand Up For Clean Air. Lung.org/air

We celebrate cleaner air thanks to 50 years of the Clean Air Act, yet this progress is at risk from the threat of climate change. That’s why we’re raising awareness about the importance of healthy air. You can make a difference - Stand Up For Clean Air. Lung.org/air ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I’m pretty sure no living sole is unaware of the need for clean air. The question is how to go about keeping it clean.

Hello, American Lung Association! Thank you for connecting with us. We sent you a message through the e-mail address in your contact information. We hope you can take the time and read it. Thank you and have a great day ahead!

As the Saharan dust cloud impacts the United States amid the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteer spokesperson Dr. Meredith McCormack explains what this means for our lungs and what we can do to protect ourselves. https://bit.ly/3fw8n24

As the Saharan dust cloud impacts the United States amid the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteer spokesperson Dr. Meredith McCormack explains what this means for our lungs and what we can do to protect ourselves. bit.ly/3fw8n24 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Is this dust storm still affecting the Southeastern US? My family and I have been outside a lot lately and now we are experiencing allergy symptoms. Yet nothing is blooming right now. So I"m thinking it could be the dust in the atmosphere.

Can viruses be carried on dust particles?