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With the population in the U.S. aging and the increase in breathing-related conditions, more and more portable oxygen concentrators are being introduced. If you’re a traveler, you may consider purchasing or renting one of these systems but before you dive in, do your homework. Read More.
Being on supplemental oxygen does not mean you have to be housebound. Many of us have learned to grab the tank and go. Your doctors will tell you to stay as active as possible and to use your oxygen as prescribed. If you feel well enough and have your doctor's permission to travel, do it. Read More.
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