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familiar through repetition

subject to a disease or habit for a long time

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being long-lasting and recurrent or characterized by long suffering

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of long duration

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They also found that physical activity was associated with a nearly 40 per cent reduction in the excess risks of cancer and cancer death associated with chronic diseases and markers.
Sections in the APHA book cover public health approaches to chronic disease control, chronic disease risk factors, major chronic disease conditions and major chronic diseases.
According to the New Hampshire Council for Children and Adolescents with Chronic Health Conditions, one in six children currently contend with a chronic health condition.
Dr Adams was trying to explain to her elderly patient that her chronic kidney disease was very mild, it required no new treatment and was unlikely to cause her any problems.
Correlation between preoperative symptom scores, quality-of-life questionnaires, and staging with computed tomography in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis.
A 53-year-old man from Mexico was referred to the San Francisco General Hospital chest clinic for the evaluation of a chronic cough and pulmonary nodules.
In each racial or ethnic group, women who had chronic diabetes had elevated odds of a first cesarean delivery relative to their nondiabetic counterparts; odds were least elevated among Asian women (odds ratio, 2.
2 percent of children in the Antelope Valley have chronic health conditions - mostly asthma - compared with 21.
The Phase IIb combination study of MX-3253 is a randomized, multi-center, active-controlled, 12 week evaluation of MX-3253 in three treatment arms of up to 20 chronic HCV "non-responder" patients each: celgosivir plus peginterferon alfa-2b plus ribavirin (3-way combination); celgosivir plus peginterferon
With chronic pain, however, the perception of pain can exist without the electrical stimulus.
A continuum from acute infection to chronic disease exists, and each stage is an opportunity to prevent or minimize an avoidable fraction of chronic disease- that resulting from infectious disease.
As to the traditional claim regarding physician under-treatment of intractable pain, most states legislatures and medical licensing boards have adopted intractable pain laws and medical protocols to treat patients suffering from debilitating chronic pain.
The findings also raise the possibility that the reason why achieving remission in major depression often proves elusive is that antidepressants typically don't address the previously underappreciated chronic pain component of the disease, he added.
Fennell identifies four progressive phases of change--crisis, stabilization, resolution, and integration--that likely occur for everyone dealing with chronic illnesses.
It's called Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), and it's steadily spreading across North America.