|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|chronic ethanol use disorder||1.24||0.9||2076||18|
|chronic kidney disease||1.66||0.4||3833||52|
|chronic fatigue syndrome||1.45||0.2||2321||91|
|chronicles of narnia||0.89||0.3||6817||48|
|chronic pain icd 10||1.01||0.3||9062||83|
|chronicle of higher education||0.53||0.8||4284||53|
|chronic ethanol use||0.65||0.5||9665||67|
|chronic lymphocytic leukemia||0.81||0.4||463||16|
|chronic obstructive pulmonary disease||1.86||1||649||38|
|chronic pain medications||0.56||1||3048||35|
|chronicle telegram elyria ohio||0.28||0.7||5175||94|
|chronic pain treatment||1.92||0.9||5184||64|
The conditions we develop are often categorized as either chronic or acute. So what’s the difference? Acute illnesses generally develop suddenly and last a short time, often only a few days or weeks. Chronic conditions develop slowly and may worsen over an extended period of time—months to years.What does the word chronic mean?
chronic noun A condition of extended duration, either continuous or marked by frequent recurrence. Sometimes implies a condition which worsens with each recurrence, though that is not inherent in the term. chronic adjective That continues over an extended period of time. chronic adjective Prolonged or slow to heal. The opposite of acute.What is considered a chronic condition?
A chronic condition is a health problem that can't be cured, but it's not immediately life threatening. These are some chronic conditions: allergies, arthritis, asthma, diabetes, and heart disease