Inflammation Linked to Many Chronic Conditions

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Chronic inflammation has also been implicated in heart disease and heart attacks. C-reactive protein is a non-specific blood test marker for inflammation because C-reactive protein blood levels increase in response to inflammation. Cardiologists believe that increased levels of C-reactive protein can predict individuals with higher risk for heart disease. Recently, people have suggested that even Diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease can be linked to inflammation.

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