Chronic Related Quotes
The one thing that remains permanently behind the times, especially because it prides itself on its steadfastness, is the human heart, most of all that of the conscientious man. The mind is never so hard, dry, and twisted as when it has a slight chronic heart condition.
Sugary drinks are blamed for increasing the rates of chronic disease and obesity in America. Yet efforts to reduce their consumption through taxes or other measures have gone nowhere. The beverage industry has spent millions defeating them.
“You have a lower abdominal strain and it becomes chronic, to the point where you start to have groin pains, ... At some point in that whole process, you treat the abdominal strain, until you decide it has become chronic and then you can classify it as a sports hernia.”
AIDS today is not a death sentence. It can be treated as a chronic illness, or a chronic disease.
“That's true even for people with chronic illnesses like asthma, diabetes and heart conditions. When people have to pay more, they are less likely to adhere to their regimen.”
People in hotels strike no roots. The French phrase for chronic hotel guests even says so; they are called dwellers sur la branche.
“Early detection and antibiotic therapy has been promoted as a means to delay chronic bacterial lung growth and prolong life, and breath analysis may be an effective first step toward treatment. In the long term, these findings on sulfide levels also might help uncover some of the underlying mechanisms of the disease.”