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What is chromes? Disease?

A! Chromium or a chromium alloy! b! Something plated with a chromium alloy! Thanks for asking ! Any more questions?? Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Novella Reply:

    Chromes Disease Information. Chromes Disease is actually Crohn's disease. It is a type of inflammatory bowel disease that causes the lining of the digestive Source:http://www.ehow.com/about_5154589_chromes-disease-information.html

  2. Audrie Reply:

    well humans have 23 chromosomes and each chromosome has 2 genes chrome’s disease is caused by the 21 chromosome having 3 genes instead of 2 either that or it’s where your blood cells are shaped like little 1/4 moons instead of ovals (i g

  3. Larhonda Reply:

    Symptoms of Crohn’s Disease are persistent or recurrent diarrhea, abdominal pain, and fever. Source:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-signs-of-chromes-disease

  4. Beatrice Reply:

    Well there really is no answer to this question. I am 13 years old and i have Chromes and I found out about it when I was 12 because I kept on having adominal pains, but it’s alot better now. It will always be with you for the rest of your … Source:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_is_Chromes_disease_cured

  5. Senaida Reply:

    Crohn’s disease does not have a known cause. Crohn’s disease may be caused by genetics, since the disease seems to run in families. Environment and diet may also play a part. Source:http://answers.ask.com/Health/Diseases/what_causes_chromes_disease

  6. Roxana Reply:

    Is Chromes disease and Crohn’s disease the same thing? The both have to do with the intestines and gastrointestinal area.

  7. Laurinda Reply:

    Some foods to eat with caution- or not at all as they tend to upset crohns patients, are: products with caffeine; alcohol; processed foods (cookies, crackers, fast food), fried/battered foods; high-fiber foods (increase diarrhea); your health insurance company may have a nutritionist who can send you a pamphlet containing a basic recommended diet for persons with Crohns! Also check with your gastroenterologist for his/her input! As for vitamins, B 12 helps as a nutritional supplement; folic acid, iron, calcium and vitamin D are also important! It may be easier to take a multivitamin to ensure youre maintaining necessary levels in your system! Its essential to maintain a 3-meal-a-day (plus snacks) pattern that includes protein with each meal! High fat foods are also important- things like oil and nuts are recommended! This is because fat gives extra calories in relation to other food stuffs! Dairy products are also important– although many people with Crohns find milk products upset their stomach- in which case lactose free items are essential, and products like yogurt and hard cheeses may be acceptable!

  8. Natisha Reply:

    Crohn's disease, also known as regional enteritis, is a type of inflammatory bowel disease that may affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract from mouth to anus,

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