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ache

[āk]
(medicine)
A constant dull or throbbing pain.
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But no tears came at first, even when she knelt by her window in the darkness and prayed, looking up to the stars beyond the hills--no tears, only the same horrible dull ache of misery that kept on aching until she fell asleep, worn out with the day's pain and excitement.
Next Pang created a computer model of AChEs in the malaria-carrying Anopheles mosquito.
People with symptoms such as fever, cough, headache, muscle ache and fatigue should stay home during the first three to five days of their illness and avoid exposing others to the disease.
Seething with anger and the need to control (Wood), we ache with muscle cramps and constipation.
GEORGE Bush wept yesterday as he told the families of two soldiers killed in Afghanistan: "We ache for you.
Remember: moderation prevents both kinds of morning after aches.
If an antibiotic is necessary, it should be of limited duration and combined with benzoyl peroxide, which has been shown to reduce the emergence of antibiotic-resistant P aches.
Classic flu symptoms include very sudden fever, muscle aches, mostly in the back, sore throat, and a nonproductive cough with no phlegm or sputum.
From fatigue and tension headaches to aches and pains and even vision problems, work-related stress is a serious predator on employees' physical well-being.
However, for most people, getting rest, drinking plenty of fluids and taking acetaminophen or ibuprofen for aches is the best treatment.
Macleod indicated that "The Company is pleased that the current intended use, acute relief of minor aches and pains associated with osteoarthritis of the hip now under review by FDA as a pre-IDE submission, is among the claims accepted by the US Patent office.
Aches and pains: Though Wooten's injury is the most severe, he isn't the only Angel feeling the aches and pains of spring training.