ailment


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Synonyms for ailment

Synonyms for ailment

a pathological condition of mind or body

a minor illness, especially one of a temporary nature

Synonyms for ailment

an often persistent bodily disorder or disease

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The 94-year-old thespian, who is now back on his feet in an interview warned his colleagues against shedding crocodile tears at his burial because they neglected him when he was down with the ailment.
Quoting a Supreme Court verdict in a similar matter, it contends the apex court had laid down principles for the grant of bail according to which bail be granted in 'extraordinary circumstances and in cases of extreme hardships only which entails serious ailments endangering the petitioner's life.'
COUNTY OPERATIONSBefore departing for London, Dr Laboso had been missing from her office and the public limelight for more than three weeks fuelling speculations of her ailment.She has previous sought medical care in the UK, United States and India.
In November last year, acute outbreak of cutaneous leishmaniasis throughout the province infected thousands of patients, mostly women and children, but the government was unable to ensure their treatment due to non-availability of the glucantime injections, the only choice of treatment for the ailment. It prompted the government to request the WHO to acquire the medicines for free distribution among the patients.
However, the people must secure themselves by this fatal ailment whose major cause is unsafe sexual practices and the government is urgedp to establish more centers in Balochistan where the HIV/AIDS patients get proper treatment.
But our privileged class misreads vote-selling as an ailment of the soul instead of its true nature as a deprivation of the body.
'Obviously, Nawaz has cardiological ailment which cannot be treated in jail.
He is suffering from a lung ailment (Interstitial Lung disease) which does not allow gaseous exchange in his body from atmosphere thus leading to severe oxygen deficiency and stagnant carbon dioxide.
NHS England insisted: "CCGs are able to commission minor ailment schemes where they make a difference."
During the hearing, Shah informed the bench that his client was suffering from an ailment of a serious nature.
With the growing population of elderly people in Pakistan the Alzheimer's disease is also increasing to an alarming level with around two million Pakistanis suffering from the preventable ailment but lack of awareness is complicating the situation.
Identifying the common sites of ailment and comparing them with the contributing factors associated with these musculoskeletal symptoms can help to develop ergonomic recommendations for the dental profession in Chennai city.
Six species were reported to treat this ailment: Euterpe precatoria, E.
You could be entitled to free medicine without a prescription The NHS Minor Ailment Service allows pharmacies to issue treatments for minor ailments such as coughs, colds, diarrhoea and mild eczema, without the need for a prescription and, if you're eligible (mainly under 16s and over 60s, though this may vary according to where you live), free of charge.
"The aim of this scheme was to provide a minor ailment assessment/treatment service with selected pharmacies which provided care closer to home.