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These afflictions are known as some of the hardest mental illnesses to treat, and they have the highest mortality rates of all mental conditions.
Regardless, Xie’s discoveries are crucial to understanding why some are born with such afflictions — and without them, the chances of creating preventative cures is slim.
Yes, he’s a teen who comes with all the familiar afflictions of his gender and age, that misanthropic streak that makes him roll his eyes when I’m chitchatting with store clerks.
The idea that a lack of certain trace elements causes common afflictions was established by nutritionists starting in the 19th century.
This affliction is rising in younger Americans, but it typically strikes adults older than 65.
For the affliction of the daughter of my people I am afflicted, and made sorrowful, astonishment hath taken hold on me.
I have borne me up against affliction, till my o'ercharged bosom can contain no longer.
It is an insult to them to leave them to join in pleasure from which their recent affliction excludes them.
The smoking furnace symbolized the people of Israel who were to be tried in the iron furnace of affliction in Egypt.
If, after affliction, your friends call before you are able to see them, do not fear to give offence by declining to receive them.

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