sickness


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the condition of being sick

a pathological condition of mind or body

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It meant the sickness absence rate rose from 5.2 per cent of possible days, to 5.7 per cent.
Ignacio said the number of beneficiaries of the sickness benefit also rose by 7.2 percent to 155,856 members from 145,370 beneficiaries a year before.
For work-related sickness or injuries under the Employees' Compensation program, disbursements rose by 71.3 percent to P70.54 million, from the P41.19 million recorded during the same period in 2018.
A qualified member under the SSS' sickness benefit program receives a daily cash allowance for the number of days he or she is unable to work due to sickness or injury.
In considering treatment for motion sickness, the medical provider and the patient must understand that prevention is much more effective than trying to cure symptoms once they have started.
Across all NHS trusts in England, 17.7m days were lost to sickness in 2018/19.
The report provides key insights of the global Motion Sickness Treatment Market comprising global pipeline analysis, key mergers and acquisitions, OTC vs.
acetazolamide, a diuretic, to prevent and treat high altitude sickness
The interim head teacher at The Dawnay School, Alister Moses, has confirmed that a number of pupils were absent on Monday (December 10), with a sickness bug cited as the reason.
Some 2.6% of all working hours in the public sector was lost due to sickness in 2017 - a higher proportion than the 1.7% of hours in the private sector.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that the average number of sickness days taken by UK workers has almost halved from 7.2 days in 1993 to 4.1 days in 2017.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics reveal the average number of sickness days taken by UK workers has almost halved from 7.2 days in 1993 to 4.1 in 2017.
By NICK LAVIGUEUR nick.lavigueur@trinitymirror.com @grecian9 STAFF sickness is rocketing at local hospitals.
Another angrily wrote, 'It's only morning sickness! Why's she at home?' Ashlee put down her phone in disgust.
That forever changed my approach to passenger briefings and air sickness preparedness, which should include at least some advice and tips for keeping it together.