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in a habitual and longstanding manner

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in a slowly developing and long lasting manner

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Reaching out to the residents of the Delaware Hospital for the Chronically Ill and the Governor Bacon Health Center is about lifting up our neighbors in need and showing that we care, Department of Health and Social Services Secretary Dr.
Globally, the growth in the pain management drugs market is driven by large number of chronically ill patients, rise in global incidences of cancer and strong presence of pipeline drugs used for chronically ill conditions.
To understand the true percentage of students chronically absent at these levels, we would need numbers for both excused and unexcused absences.
Figure 1 shows Utah's annualized counts of chronically homeless individuals, showing a 91 percent decrease over the past decade from 1,932 to just 178.
Chronically marginal companies are those that underwent this cycle twice.
A new study has indicated that supplementation with MemreePlus, Lonza's proprietary blend of soy-based phosphatidylserine (PS) and phosphatidic acid (PA), can decrease the stress response in chronically stressed male adults.
Aschbacher said there appears to be a stress pathway that works through diet - for example, it could be similar to what we see in animals, where fat cells grow faster in response to junk food when the body is chronically stressed.
An estimated one in 10 students in the United States are chronically absent from school, increasing the chances they will fall behind or drop out.
In chronically poor rural areas, 45 percent of residents have completed only high school or less, compared with 22 to 33 percent in amenity-rich, amenity-transition, and declining resource-dependent rural areas.
A person is considered chronically ill if certified by a health care professional as unable to perform for a period of at least 90 days, without substantial assistance, at least two activities of daily living (i.
26 issue of Arkansas Business noted that the Arkansas Teacher Retirement System "owns the beautiful but chronically under-occupied building.
In addition, more than one in three children with chronic conditions such as asthma and diabetes are covered by the State Children's Health Insurance Program or Medicaid, and data show that these children receive health services at the same levels as do chronically ill children with private insurance, while chronically ill children without coverage receive far less care.
What's the best way to deal with chronically failing schools?
The Montana State University College of Nursing's Women to Women (WTW) computer project for rural women continues to need the help of Montana's nurses in locating isolated rural women who are chronically ill to let them know about this exciting program.
A disease management program that focuses on case management and interdisciplinary communication for chronically critically ill patients and their caregivers significantly reduced the cost of care after hospital discharge without increasing the hospital's costs of delivering care, according to a report in the September 2007 issue of the American Journal of Critical Care.
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