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  • chronic

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    had released his solo debut album, The Chronic, and forever changed the game of rap music when it sold over eight million copies and ushered in a new wave of music as West Coast hip-hop rose to national prominence. The Chronic had become an anthem for the hard streets of South Central Los Angeles where poverty, crime, and drugs had become the norm amidst the ongoing Los Angeles riots. Although becoming the epitomization of Los Angeles had helped The Chronic first gain popularity, it is the smooth

  • Chronic disease

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    Chronic disease lasts for periods long and evolve slowly such as : Heart disease, cancer and diabetes that lead to occur disturbances affect the patient from the psychological point to patient where it becomes under the influence continuous thinking which results in anxiety and the constant fear about disease also, in social terms where the impact on life of patient becomes under the influence of thinking to the lack of community acceptance of this disease the way people look to him and his social

  • Acupuncture and Chronic Pain

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    intake and air. Disorder and sickness are caused by the unbalanced, obstructed and irregular flow of Qi. Meridians are simply channels that carry Qi throughout the body. They are composed of acupunctur... ... middle of paper ... ...puncture and Chronic Pain: A Criteria-Based Meta-Analysis. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 43(11), 1191-1199. Tavola, T., Gala, C., Conte, G., & Invernizzi, G. (1992). Traditional Chinese acupuncture in tension-type headache: a controlled study. Pain, 48, 325-329

  • Chronic Bladder Disorder

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    Chronic Bladder Disorder There are few telltale signs of what Shelly Gregory copes with on a daily basis. On closer observation, one may notice the odd way she holds the right side of her abdomen when she walks or the way she tilts her body to the side when she sits on a chair for too long. To people around her, Gregory, a 35-year-old mother of two daughters, may pass as healthy. But only those in her inner circle, including her husband and children, truly understand the pain she has to endure

  • Confessions of a Chronic Shopper

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    Confessions of a Chronic Shopper It began with Barbie. I received my first at age four, and for awhile, I was happy with just that one. But when I walked down the all-hot-pink aisle at Target, I couldn’t help but need another. Magic Moves, Peaches and Cream, Crystal. Barbie and the Rockers. And then came the accessories. Barbie’s pink Jeep. Barbie’s bed and bedroom furniture. Kitchen accessories. Gym equipment. A tall Barbie house with an elevator. My sister and I had the works. We would set up

  • Chronic Hair Pulling

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    “trich” (hair), “tillo” (to pull) and “mania” (impulse). While extensive medical research on this disorder has only been conducted within the past twenty years, it is estimated that around 1.5% of males and 3.5% of females in the U.S. struggle with chronic hair pulling, according to the Trichotillomania Learning Center Web site. It is believed that the majority of hair pulling starts during childhood or around adolescence. Hair is most commonly pulled from the scalp, eyebrows, eyelashes, pubic area

  • Chronic Disease Management

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    only chronic diseases management becomes important at the heath care work but also it causes a state of challenge in many countries. And because some of the chronic diseases have turned into complex cases, they need multi-disciplinary team care. By practicing within a team, healthcare profession¬als will be able to balance the amount of duties, responsibility and the workload. The term Team Care Arrangement TCA was first introduced to support multidisciplinary care for patients with chronic diseases

  • The Deadly Nature of Chronic Wasting Disease

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    The Deadly Nature of Chronic Wasting Disease The newly born fawn, still wet with milk on its lips, suddenly tumbles over from the huge impact of the .300 weatherby rifle. Next, goes a small two point, followed by a fat doe packing twins. As the rest of the herd trots off, the big four point buck gets his last taste of life. This, all a result of the rifleman atop the hill who has begun the culling of deer to control Chronic Wasting Disease. The recent outbreaks of Chronic Wasting Disease on

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Thankfully, it is hard for most people to imagine a tiredness and weakness of body that would keep one confined to a bed. There are people today who have lived a very active lifestyle for years and have suddenly found themselves burdened by a feeling of bodily weariness they never knew was possible. It all happens so swiftly and surprisingly that many are terrified by these changes taking place. CFS, otherwise known as chronic fatigue syndrome, is this illness characterized

  • Creative Story: The Chronic Swamp Murders

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    Creative Story: The Chronic Swamp Murders One day while Joe and Jill Hemp were walking through Chronic swamp they came across a trail of blood in the water. They followed the trail until it stopped at a dead body. The body was of a man who was wearing a camouflage outfit. They immediately ran back to their house, which was not far from the murder site and called the police. Their house was located right on the edge of the swamp. When the police got there they roped off the whole area so they could