The lung is the essential respiration organ in many air-breathing animals, including most tetrapods, a few fish and a few snails. In mammals and the more complex life forms, the two lungs are located near the backbone on either side of the heart. read more
American Lung Association is specified as the websites creator.
Important pages are Donate, Blog and Lung Force. In the following table you'll find the 10 most important pages of Lung.org:
|#||Description||URL of the website|
|4.||Help & Support||/help-support|
|5.||Ask a Question||/support-community/lung-helpline-and-tobacco-quitline|
|6.||Lung Health & Diseases||/lung-health-diseases|
|7.||Call the Lung HelpLine||/tel:1-800-LUNGUSA|
|8.||Lung Health & Wellness||/lung-health-diseases/wellness|
|9.||Skip to main content||/#main|
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|Load time:||18.61 seconds (slower than 99 % of all websites)|
|HTML version:||HTML 5|
|Filesize:||128.4 KB (2178 recognized words in text)|
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