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chronic disease control


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chronic disease control

Prevention and Control of Chronic Diseases

American Perspectives on Chronic Disease and Control

Prevention and control of chronic, non-communicable diseases1

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Genetic control of gene expression at novel and established chronic obstructive pulmonary disease loci

Immunoglobulin G subclass antibodies to rubella virus in chronic liver disease, acute rubella and healthy controls

Predicting changes in hypertension control using electronic health records from a chronic disease management program

The effect of cholecalciferol for lowering albuminuria in chronic kidney disease: a prospective controlled study

Chronic Disease in Men With Newly Diagnosed Cancer: A Nested Case-Control Study

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Randomized controlled trial of cholecalciferol supplementation in chronic kidney disease patients with hypovitaminosis D

Maintaining control over haemoglobin levels: optimizing the management of anaemia in chronic kidney disease

Effect of chronic bilateral subthalamic nucleus (STN) stimulation on postural control in Parkinson’s disease

Glycated albumin is the preferred marker for assessing glycaemic control in advanced chronic kidney disease

 

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The strategies and tactics that can be deployed to identify, prevent, or minimize effects of the diverse range of conditions of public health importance not caused by transmissible agents. Many are better described as noncommunicable conditions (diseases). The principal diseases for which preventive measures can be used include cancer, cardiovascular disease, emphysema and some degenerative diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems and of bones and joints. Strategic and tactical approaches include early detection by screening or case-finding, disease-specific interventions such as regulation of diet and insulin for diabetes and health-promotion programs such as exercise and diet regimens for obesity and cardiovascular disease.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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