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n. very high quality marijuana containing lots of THC. (Probably from the association of THC with the use of marijuana in cases of chronic pain.) Where can I get some genuine chronic.
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High chronic disease risk scores were also associated with substantial reduction in life span.
Updated to stay abreast of advances in chronic disease prevention and control, the third edition presents information along the entire chronic disease continuum, from risk factors to chronic conditions to chronic disease outcomes, said Remington, who edited the book with Ross Brownson, PhD, and Mark Wegner, MD, MPH.
Clearly, if we want to improve the affordability and quality of health care, we must make chronic disease prevention and management a chief priority for our state's health-care system.
In fact, a chronic pain is one that goes on for a long time.
A comparison of symptom scores and radiographic staging systems in chronic rhinosinusitis.
These results show that chronic pain "impinges on a person's very sense of being," Apkarian says.
DISCUSSION: The patient was diagnosed with "hut lung," a term that refers to the noninfectious, nonmalignant respiratory manifestations of chronic, high-level exposures to biomass smoke.
Chronic diabetes was positively associated with the odds of first cesarean birth (2.
Among the eight regions in Los Angeles County, Antelope Valley ranked fourth from the bottom in the percentage of adults with chronic health problems.
A recently completed Phase IIa monotherapy study demonstrated that celgosivir was well tolerated with some evidence of antiviral activity in treatment-naive chronic HCV patients.
On the bright side, he notes, "we're starting to get the message out that chronic pain should be viewed as a disease in and of itself, and not just as a symptom of a disease.
Certain cytokines (interleukin [IL]-1 and tumor necrosis factor [TNF]-[alpha], but not viral replication, correlate with cardiac inflammation and can overcome resistance to chronic myocarditis (7-9).
First, historically physicians often have not adequately treated intractable chronic pain in patients due to a legitimate fear of state medical board discipline from over-medicating patients with pain symptoms.
This "stunning" finding from a large primary care patient survey underscores the need to assess chronic pain in depressed patients--and look for depression in those who present with a complaint involving nonspecific joint pain, headache, or other chronic painful conditions, said Dr.
The fact that multiple sclerosis affects each person differently is precisely what elevates The Chronic Illness Workbook to "must-have" status for anyone with MS.