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Chronic kidney disease kills more than 1m people annually worldwide
Chronic kidney disease has been described as a "global killer in plain sight" by the authors of a new analysis estimating prevalence of the condition.
Scientists examine how a gut infection may produce chronic symptoms
Sometimes the end of an intestinal infection is just the beginning of more misery. Of those who contract traveler's diarrhea, for example, an unlucky few go on to develop irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), a chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract.
New strategy for treating chronic pain due to burns may help sufferers
New research shows how second-degree burns cause hard-to-treat chronic pain, and this understanding may be key to treating these complications, common in war veterans.
New strategy for treating chronic pain due to burns may help sufferers
New research shows how second-degree burns cause hard-to-treat chronic pain, and this understanding may be key to treating these complications, common in war veterans.
Chronic depression: Form of CBT may fail after two years
New research compares the long term effect of two different forms of therapy for chronic depression and finds that the benefits of one approach, which experts developed specifically for this form of depression, fade two years after the treatment ends.
Researchers develop new gene-targeted approach to study chronic wasting disease in mice
Infectious proteins called prions cause a group of related, fatal and incurable neurodegenerative disorders, including bovine spongiform encephalopathy or Mad Cow disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, both of which affect humans.
Chronic back pain could be in our genes, say scientists
Backache may be down to our genes, research has revealed. Three mutations linked to the world’s leading cause of disability have been identified by scientists in a breakthrough that could lead to new therapies.
Most nations falling short of UN targets  to cut premature deaths from chronic diseases
People in the UK, US and China have a higher risk of dying early from conditions like cancer, heart disease and stroke than people in Italy, France, South Korea and Australia.
Chronic diseases driven by metabolic dysfunction
Much of modern Western medicine is based upon the treatment of acute, immediate harm, from physical injury to infections, from broken bones and the common cold to heart and asthma attacks.
Care coordination improves health of older patients with multiple chronic diseases
For older adults with multiple chronic diseases, such as diabetes, depression, heart disease and others, care coordination appears to have the biggest impact on better health, according to a study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal)
Vitamin D could stop chronic colds, flu
Vitamin D is always in the news. Nearly one in three Brits is deficient in vitamin D mainly due to diet, our weather and the fact that as a nation we prefer to stay indoors rather than go out.
Chronic sinus disease, depression lead to less productivity
A study from the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary shows patients with chronic rhinosinusitis, or CRS, and depression are more likely to miss work or school.
Chronic pain more likely for poor, less educated
Chronic pain is much more common among poor, less educated older Americans than their wealthier, more educated peers, a new study suggested.
Chronic lung infection can cause dangerous pneumonia
Bronchitis is an infection of the lungs — which can cause them to become inflamed and can produce a cough which lasts for months.
Health minister warns of rising chronic diseases in world
Iran's health minister has warned against the unprecedented rise of chronic diseases in the world, calling on all countries to pay special attention to this.

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