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Chronic Disease Management

A chronic disease constitutes a medical condition that will always be present in a person’s life. Chronic diseases can range from autoimmune disorders, to heart problems, to chronic pain. Chronic diseases are better managed when a person is well-educated on their own chronic disease, so that they may conduct their lives in a way that will not worsen their chronic condition.

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By DuPage Medical Group
GERD is a common chronic digestive disorder that impacts approximately 81 million Americans, causing symptoms such as heartburn, gas, bloating, persistent throat clearing, chronic coughing, difficulty swallowing and a burning sensation in the mouth or throat.

By Dr. Marc I. Brand
Learn more about pilonidal cysts, how they occur and treatment options.
Topics and Subtopics: Chronic Disease Management & Skin Health

By DuPage Medical Group
Learn about the many factors of obesity.

By DuPage Medical Group
Learn about how to manage your osteoporosis.
Topics and Subtopics: Chronic Disease Management

By DuPage Medical Group Pulmonary Medicine
Learn all about Pneumonia and who is at risk for developing it.

By DuPage Medical Group Pulmonary Medicine
Bronchitis comes in two forms—acute and chronic. Chronic bronchitis is the long-lasting form that can impact your daily life. Learn more about chronic bronchitis here.

By DuPage Medical Group Pulmonary Medicine
We continually breathe without thinking about it until something causes breathing to be difficult. Learn about COPD and what can be done to help you breathe easier.

By DuPage Medical Group Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
Receive expert advice from our Allergy and Asthma physicians with helpful answers to the most commonly asked allergy and asthma questions.

By DMG Physical & Occupational Therapy
Lymphedema is swelling of one or more areas of the body caused by a buildup of lymphatic fluid. See this list of 8 things you should avoid to help prevent or delay the start of lymphedema.

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