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Relieve

To assist any overloaded member by any construction device, such as a discharging arch placed above an opening.

relieve

To lighten a color in order to reduce its intensity.
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Aside from being allergic to pain relievers, Aquino said that essential oils did not improve her condition.
Relievers are the most volatile commodity in baseball, their effectiveness reliant upon not only arm health, but also usage patterns and the whims of smaller sample sizes.
New data from Novel START, an open-label trial designed to reflect real-world practice, has demonstrated the effectiveness of Symbicort Turbuhaler (budesonide/formoterol) as a potential anti-inflammatory reliever in mild asthma.
While signing Manny Machado or adding another starting pitcher could happen at some point this offseason, the team is currently focused on adding a top reliever.
A: Topical pain relievers, like Biofreeze, use Food and Drug Administration-approved active ingredients.
Drug-free pain relievers help to improve the quality of your life:Targeted treatment for your back, shoulders, joints and muscles
LOS ANGELES: Edwin Diaz of the Seattle Mariners earned the 2018 Mariano Rivera American League Reliever of the Year Award.
Nearly three-quarters of respondents said they got pain relief similar or superior to their O-T-C pain reliever.
Relievers don't reduce the swelling in the airways but they're essential in treating asthma attacks.
The most commonly abused pain relievers are oxycodone, oxycontin, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, and oxymorphone--each creates a euphoric sensation similar to heroin.
The changes became dramatic in the late 1980s, when the specialization of relievers--middlemen, setup relievers, closers, and lefties who come in to face a top left-handed hitters--gave managers different options to shut down opposing teams and win games.
Opioids, primarily prescription pain relievers and heroin, were the main drugs associated with overdose deaths.