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Yes there has been some improvement of late; but still it falls short of transforming the health sector in any substantial way and lifting the mothers and children of Bihar from the morass of deprivation and debility.
The rising number of days people are taking off due to stress, anxiety, mental health and nervous debility is being blamed on the recession.
Ashwagandha, for example, is used to treat sexual debility, memory loss, and other signs of aging in addition to signs of adrenal fatigue such as fatigue, debility, and nervous exhaustion.
While this remains the case there can be little doubt that we will not see any significant reduction in the scale of occupational ill-health, injury and debility we're enduring today.
But this just goes to show that walking the dog can be an occupation that is fraught with debility, distractions and danger.
Most are progressive, causing increasing debility over years.
I also recommend an old-fashioned nerve debility tonic, a blend of herbs now called Scullcap Oat and Passionflower.
The implications were clear: if most people masturbated and did not experience insanity, debility, and early death, then masturbation could not be held accountable to the etiology that had been assigned it.
Coincidentally or otherwise, United took advantage of Birmingham's debility and equalised on the hour when Ronaldo, a man more noted for his tricks on the ground, headed a goal at the far post after a cross by Ryan Giggs.
If you want a real nightmare scenario, cons ider one in which we double life spans but increase periods of debility by a few decades.
Obviously this is a medical emergency - and old age, debility and alcoholism tend to worsen the outcome.
The assumption: If civilization endures, medical science should eventually be able to repair almost any damage to the human body, including freezing damage and senile debility or other cause of death.