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Donations may be mailed to Volunteer Services office: Delaware Hospital for the Chronically Ill, 100 Sunnyside Road, Smyrna, DE, 19977 or Governor Bacon Health Center, P.
Roughly one-third (39%) were chronically absent in at least three years, and just under one-quarter (22%) were chronically absent in four or more years.
People living in transitional housing are supposed to be classified as homeless, but not chronically homeless.
Credits extended to chronically marginal firms almost doubled from 22.
The rate of chronically absent students at the school dropped from 21 percent to 10 percent since implementing these programs.
Two-thirds (65%) of those chronically infected were unaware that they were infected, Steven Lin, Ellen Chang, Sc.
I do not routinely obtain computed tomography (CT) for every patient with a chronically draining ear because CSOM is generally benign and usually follows a predictable course.
Each year, Starlight serves over 250,000 critically, chronically, and terminally ill children throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, chronically ill elderly make up only 3 percent to 5 percent of beneficiaries, but they use 43 percent of total Medicare costs, primarily through hospitalization.
YANGON, Myanmar -- A third of young children in Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, are chronically malnourished, and large numbers receive little or no education, the United Nations' World Food Program executive director James Morris has said.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 350 million people worldwide are chronically infected with the hepatitis B virus, including approximately 1.
Although these tools may provide long-term benefits with respect to preventive health, in the short term their greatest potential benefit is to more effectively address the needs of the complex, chronically ill population.

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