A chronic disease often results in other chronic diseases. It may be a "chicken and the egg" question, but since many patients now present with more than one chronic disease, usually one illness occurs first and then other illnesses develop afterward as a result of the first illness. When a person develops a chronic disease, their body becomes stressed neurologically, hormonally and immunologically from the first disease, which then predisposes to the subsequent illnesses. And often, one or more of the chronic illnesses affecting the patient is not recognized by the clinician because of the similarity of symptoms between the different illnesses. Dr. Cowden will discuss in this webinar inexpensive ways to identify these overlapping illnesses and systematically resolve them."