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One in five participants had their asthma symptoms worsen, and one in four saw their symptoms improve.
Banking executives have advised investors that loans to oil and gas companies could worsen in the coming days.
He said the power crisis will further worsen in the coming days due to circular debt which was getting out of hand.
The majority anticipate their financial wellbeing will worsen or stagnate.
Cellulite is not specific to overweight people, but excess weight may worsen the condition.
However, in athletes with high sweat sodium concentrations (>100 mmol/L) (63) or high urinary sodium losses from inappropriate AVP secretion and water retention (>400 mOsm/L) (22,23,46) sodium losses may play a secondary role in the pathogenesis of EAH by either of two potential mechanisms: 1) hypovolemia produced by losses of sodium and water from sweating can act as a stimulus to AVP secretion, producing a secondary retention of water, as is seen medically in some cases of diuretic-induced hyponatremia (64); 2) sodium losses themselves can worsen the degree of hyponatremia, although in most cases not nearly as much as water retention (20) when summed up over time.
Bush's advisers fought among themselves about the tax proposals, which were skewed toward the rich and would worsen the Federal deficit.
What may start off as mild discomfort in the foot and shin may worsen to the point where the dancer must take six weeks off.
If your child's behavior improves after several weeks, add back foods, one at a time, until you find ones that worsen your child's behavior.
This evaluation is especially important since psychostimulant medications, often prescribed for ADHD, may worsen manic symptoms.
But Stratford District Council threw out the application after deciding the extension wouldn't look attractive and would worsen the town's flooding problems.