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Many physicians and nutritionists have begun advocating “anti-inflammatory” diets, which are intended to reduce chronic inflammation throughout the body and promote healing.
The effects of weight loss on chronic inflammation have used a variety of strategies to get participants to lose weight, including surgical invention, diet, or diet and exercise.
Dr Tergaonkar said, "These findings provide a unifying explanation for a decade worth of observations from leading laboratories in the field which show that chronic inflammation and telomerase hyperactivity co-exist in over 90 percent of human cancers.
And, again, chronic inflammation leads to chronic illnesses.
Vasogen is focused on the research and commercial development of technologies targeting the chronic inflammation underlying cardiovascular and neurological disease.
Blepharitis-a chronic inflammation of the hair follicles and glands along the edges of the eyelids-is not thought to be contagious,
Patients suffer from chronic inflammation of the joints, possibly due to an autoimmune reaction, in which the body attacks itself.
Electron microscopy evaluation of the small bowel biopsies revealed acute and chronic inflammation evidenced by focally intense epithelial injury, including vacuolization, lipid accumulation, and abundant interstitial and epithelial reactive elements.
The chronic inflammation will lead to tightness of the back of your ankle and calf.
Chronic inflammation of the nasal passages (rhinitis) also can lead to sinusitis.
Systemic lupus erythematosus--a chronic inflammation of the skin and organ systems.
MBA stated, "We look forward to continuing clinical development of OT-551, OT-440 and other related novel and patented small molecules with strong data demonstrating their ability to target oxidative stress related diseases, including cancer and other conditions caused by chronic inflammation.

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