Celiac Disease

Celiac Disease:  Celiac – pertaining to the abdomen.  The disease can have complications beyond the stomach and intestines, usually from malnutrition.  Celiac disease is also

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Crohn’s Disease

Crohn’s disease:  This inflammatory disorder can affect any part of the GI tract (usually the terminal ileum), extending through all layers of the intestinal wall. 

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Coxsackievirus

Coxsackievirus:  it is a enteroviruses.  A group of vruses which can be found in the alimentary canal (the intestines) of infected people.  Enteroviruses includes:  polioviruses,

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Croup

Cold Sore Freedom In 3 Days Croup:  A condition seen chiefly in infants and children, due to acute obstruction of the larynx caused by allergy,

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COPD

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or COPD:  The most common chronic lung disease. Chronic:  persisting for a long time Obstruction:  the state of being clogged Pulmonary: 

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Constipation

Constipation: infrequent or difficult evacuation of feces.  Millions of dollars are spent each year in an effort to remedy constipation.  Many people erroneously think of

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Conjunctivitis

Cold Sore Freedom In 3 Days Conjunctivitis :   also referred to as Pinkeye.  Is an inflammation of the conjunctiva, conjunctivitis usually occurs as benign,

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Common Cold

Common Cold:  Is cause by many types of viruses.  Cold infections usually occurs during the ‘cold season’ (in the United States usually during late fall

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Colitis

Colitis:  Inflammation of the colon.  Amebic colitis – colitis due to Entamoeba histolytica; amebic dysentery. Granulomatous colitis –transmural colitis with the formation of noncaseating granulomas.

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Colic

Colic:  Acute paroxysmal abdominal pain; pertaining to the colon.  Colic affects infants and is usually benign and most always ends by the time a child

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