Thesaurus / breath
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If they have symptoms like chest pain, shortness of breath or an abnormal heart beat, he says, they should see a doctor.

She told the Blade she only sleeps a few hours a night, she has no strength and walking a few feet leaves her out of breath.

Although one of the major problems they have to deal with is rescuing people who refuse to evacuate, under their breath they thanked us for saving these homes.

For example, people with type 2 diabetes are often overweight and have shortness of breath.

Alternative living, in my case vanlife, is a financial breath of fresh air.

Sometimes I schedule it for when I feel strong and I know I’ll have time to catch my breath.

If the future of work arrived faster than business leaders could have anticipated, they can still take a deep breath — and embrace it.

As Covid-19 spreads throughout Africa, a potentially deadly lack of oxygen is leaving patients gasping for breath.

Then the team measured viruses present in each person’s exhaled breaths.

These coverings don’t fit the face tightly, so aerosolized virus and larger droplets can be sucked in through the gaps between the face and the mask when we take a breath.

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