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"The Philippine economy in recent years has been experiencing both a growth spurt and growing pains.
Growing pains typically occur in the thigh and calf muscles or behind the knees, but sometimes can also happen in the arms.
Comment: "Growing pains" is a term used to describe general muscle aches and pains that occur in children, most often in the legs.
Parents and GPs would push for blood tests rather than being fobbed off with "growing pains", and maybe 99 times out of 100 it would be growing pains, but that one time it would save a life.
But like my mom said, "Those are just growing pains. It means you're getting ready to grow bigger and stronger."
This is what we may call as growing pains. It takes a longer time for the schools and DepEd to adjust to these changes," Abad said.
Joshua Braff's breezy third novel, The Daddy Diaries, follows one family's growing pains as they navigate a move from San Francisco, California, to St.
Turns out "growing pains'' have nothing to do with getting taller; that's an old-fashioned name and concept.
A family drama about a pendant, a shilling, hard graft, growing pains, love and loss, Jordan's style warmly envelops her reader into a world of panache and grace.
The Growing Pains of Salafi Politics Having long foresworn the political process, it is right and natural for growing pains to characterize the Salafis apparent embrace of democracy.
Just like you can have growing pains in your legs, your breasts will have some growing pains, too.
Q My little boy has woken up crying in the middle of the night a few times recently, complaining of pain in his legs and I have to say that I've put it down to what I was told as a child were 'growing pains'.