earache

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an ache localized in the middle or inner ear

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Symptoms range from headaches and earaches to debilitating joint, stomach and back pain.
Though less potent than aloe, juice from the leaves can be used to soothe mucous membranes and treat burns and earaches.
Contact with the tainted water could cause gastrointestinal illnesses, earaches and ear, nose and throat infections.
Many get these earaches again and again, despite treatment with antibiotics.
Operated by MinuteClinic Diagnostic of Washington, LLC, the health care centers' highly trained nurse practitioners will diagnose, treat and write prescriptions (when clinically appropriate) for minor ailments ranging from strep throat and earaches to bronchial infections and pink eye.
Nine people suffered minor injuries, including nosebleeds and earaches.
A preliminary study now suggests that some coffee drinkers exhibit three signs of caffeine addiction: They seek out the drink for caffeine's stimulating and pleasing effects; they experience withdrawal symptoms such as drowsiness, fatigue and headaches; and they report adverse effects of caffeine consumption such as stomachaches, earaches, trembling and profuse sweating.
Operated by MinuteClinic Diagnostic of Washington, PC, the health care centers' highly trained nurse practitioners will treat and write prescriptions for minor ailments ranging from strep throat and earaches to bronchial infections and pink eye.
It's the marble and mortar from which they can shape a whole new identity, only miles apart from Sam McMaster's disastrous deal-making, Robbie Ftorek's psychedelic sweaters, Tom Webster's excruciating earaches, Marty McSorley's curved stick, Bruce McNall's crooked finances and Wayne Gretzky's lamentable departure.
For small children, airline travel may also cause earaches.