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1 HIRSCHSPRUNG'S DISEASE Samuel Nurko MD, MPH- Director Center for Motility and Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders, Children's Hospital, Boston.

Frequently Asked Questions.

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Neglected Diseases

Neglected Diseases What is a neglected disease? Why do we call these diseases neglected? How many people are affected by neglected diseases? What are some examples of neglected diseases?

Provides general information about what Crohn’s disease is ...

Provides general information about what Crohn’s disease is and how it develops. Describes symptoms, diagnosis, potential complications, and treatment.

CHRONIC DISEASES a vital investment

Chronic disease risks and deaths are increasing rapidly, especially in low and middle income countries » This growing threat is an underappreciated cause of poverty and hinders the macroeconomic development of many countries » This part of the report reveals the extent of the chronic disease ...

Heart Disease

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Epizootic Hemorrhagic Diseas2

Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease Hemorrhagic Disease is the most important infectious disease of white-tailed deer, and outbreaks occur almost every year in the Southeast.

Crohn's Disease

Crohn's Disease Introduction Crohn's disease is one of the 2 most common inflammatory bowel diseases or IBD. The other one is ulcerative colitis.

Parkinson's Disease:

Parkinson's Disease: Challenges, Progress, and Promise 1 Joel, a retired university professor,.....went for regular walks with his wife. Ten years ago, his wife began to notice that he was shuffling his feet and was not swinging his arms as most people do while walking.

Community Health Workers

Addressing Chronic Disease through Community Health Workers: A POLICY AND SYSTEMS-LEVEL APPROACH A POLICY BRIEF ON COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention