14 example sentences using emphysema.
Emphysema used in a sentence
Emphysema in a sentence as a noun
It's not the smoking that gets you, it's the lung cancer and emphysema.
She is dying of emphysema induced heart failure, and will die alone.
The three biggest risks of smoking are cancer, emphysema, and heart disease.
My grandmother refused to try it, and died a year later from emphysema complications.
Will a parent group ask why X million is going to emphysema research when it could have gone to childhood cancer research instead?
Suppose I'm 70 years old with emphysema due to smoking cigarettes decades ago.
It's like getting angry at the doctor who tells you your two pack a day smoking habit is incredibly bad for you, and may well result in cancer or emphysema.
And in a way they could both be correct; it's possible that someone could die from taking an emphysema drug that they needed in that moment, but maybe the emphysema itself was preventable.
Two of the doctors there quickly came back with a preliminary diagnosis of congenital lobar emphysema after a few internet searches on the symptoms.
Most people know somebody whose emphysema, cancer, or other air-pollution related disease was at least exacerbated by exhaust.
> Through 23andme, I found a moderate genetic disorder that I have which prompted me to make certain lifestyle changes that will very likely stop me from having emphysema relatively early in life.
“Air pollution can stunt the lung development of children, and cause health emergencies, especially for people suffering from chronic lung disease, including asthma, chronic bronchitis, and emphysema.
Suppose I'm 70 years old with emphysema due to smoking cigarettes decades ago. If I advise you "smoking is harmful, don't do it", does my hypocrisy invalidate the assertion that smoking is harmful?\n\nThanks, but trotting out logical fallacies doesn't make you look smart and I already know that hypocrisy is not mutually exclusive with being correct.
That doesn't factor in numerous externalities such as healthcare costs due to emphysema and other diseases caused by coal smoke, ocean acidification killing fisheries, rising sea levels displacing seaside residents...
an abnormal condition of the lungs marked by decreased respiratory function; associated with smoking or chronic bronchitis or old age