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Him who now turneth sick, the evil overtaketh which is now the evil: he seeketh to cause pain with that which causeth him pain.
Heel spurs can cause pain, particularly first thing in the morning, and it's a fairly common condition, especially in people over 40.
The Virtually Hands Free(TM) Mousing System, consisting of the Quill Mouse and the Click-less Software (available for PC & Macintosh), is specifically designed for people with hand disabilities that limit dexterity or cause pain when gripping computer mice or clicking mouse buttons.
The inflammation can cause pain and can make the intestines empty frequently, resulting in diarrhea.
International Financial Reporting Standards to Cause Pain
PEOPLE who self harm deliberately cause pain and injury to their own body, usually as a way of releasing emotional pain and relieving unbearable feelings.
Arthritis is an umbrella term referring to a range of musculoskeletal and skin conditions that cause pain, stiffness, and swelling in the joints.
The Herold study does acknowledge that even though gasoline is a bargain, paying more at the pump does cause pain.
ANY part of the I genitals can cause pain during sex.
Those jellylike clots can cause pain, inflammation, and even death if they break off and travel to the lungs.
Swiss Medica's products help consumers with two age-old conditions: chronic conditions that cause pain and mood disorders.
Depressive illnesses often interfere with normal functioning and cause pain and suffering not only to those who have a disorder, but also to those who care about them.