The Lungs - Team E Team E Table of Contents The Function of...

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2 Table of Contents The Function of the Lung and it’s Role on Overall Health The Effects of Diseases and Cost of Care The Professionals that Provide Care What the Government does to Help Improving Health How to Increase your Awareness
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The Function of the Lung Your lungs bring fresh oxygen into your body. They remove the carbon dioxide and other waste gases that your body's doesn't need. The diaphragm is flat muscle at the bottom of the chest cavity. This muscle forces air in and out of your lungs. Your lungs do not inflate or deflate by themselves a muscle, your diaphragm, is pulling or pushing so that you can breathe. http://www.lung.ca/lung101-renseignez/respiratory-respiratoire/how-commen
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4 Role on Health The lungs are the place in the body where essential oxygen is taken in, and toxic carbon dioxide is released. When the lungs have difficulty doing their job, other organs in the body have difficulty doing their jobs. Therefore, the health of the lungs has
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