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The new Friederichsbad is a very large and beautiful building, and in it one may have any sort of bath that has ever been invented, and with all the additions of herbs and drugs that his ailment may need or that the physician of the establishment may consider a useful thing to put into the water.
While he had been tossed by many emotions, he had not been aware of ailments.
He hoped the farmer could charm it away as easily as he could Tom's wart, and was ready with equal faith to put another notched stick into his other pocket, for the cure of his own ailments.
You cannot mention any ailment but she says, shaking her head, `Ah, I know too well what that is' -- and then you get all the details.
Besides, the physician might declare the ailment feigned; and Milady, after having lost the first trick, was not willing to lose the second.
Creede's ailment having no obvious relation to the interests of the better land he did not apparently deem it necessary to expound it on that demand; he said nothing--merely stared.
A bodily disease, which we look upon as whole and entire within itself, may, after all, be but a symptom of some ailment in the spiritual part.
I felt physically weak and broken down: but my worse ailment was an unutterable wretchedness of mind: a wretchedness which kept drawing from me silent tears; no sooner had I wiped one salt drop from my cheek than another followed.
Senior doctors of the city, however, maintained that deteriorating hygienic situation in the metropolis was triggering the incidence rate and that unassuming citizens were turning vulnerable to the relevant ailments at steady pace.
Speaking to the participants, Dr Zahoor Soomro said the aims and objectives of the walk was to apprise people about heart diseases, their causes and preventive measures to prevent them from getting lethal heart ailments.
Digestive system disorders, pain ailments and skin tissue disorders were found to be the most frequent diseases treated with palms.
A CONTROVERSIAL national scheme which sees local pharmacies providing free Calpol, creams and other medication for minor ailments is no longer available on Teesside.