In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1enfermedad femininedolencia feminine formalthey've had a lot of illness in that family — en esa familia han tenido muchas enfermedades
- illness prevented him attending the ceremony — no pudo asistir a la ceremonia por estar enfermo / por razones de salud
- People with excess body fat have a greater risk for such illnesses as diabetes and hypertension.
- The loss of benefits can lead to illnesses such as diabetes and cancer going untreated.
- The children are never free from illnesses and disease, always hungry, always listless.
- They did it in order to treat possible future illnesses or diseases the boy might suffer from.
- Other viral illnesses such as mumps and rubella may also trigger Bell's palsy.
- Her last year of life was marred not only by her illness but also by her husband's serious illnesses.
- Obesity is a major factor in illnesses such as heart disease and certain forms of diabetes.
- It is an active painkiller and can help those who suffer from illnesses such as muscular dystrophy.
- Other viral illnesses include influenza, the common cold, Lassa fever, and ebola.
- It can be used to relieve a number of illnesses from migraines to arthritis.
- And if you do not cure that sickness, other illnesses will attack and make it weaker.
- Many cardiac and systemic illnesses can affect the left side of the heart.
- In the early stages, signs and symptoms can be similar to many other more common illnesses like flu.
- Members suffer from illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and asthma.
- Acute fatigue syndromes associated with viral illnesses are very common among teenagers.
- Pox or syphilis was ubiquitous and remedies for illnesses were few and often not effective.
- There is an increased risk of injury from falls and people are more prone to seasonal illnesses like flu.
- People say that it can help people with illnesses such as arthritis and Parkinson's syndrome.
- He started his career at a time when many of the vanquished diseases and illnesses of today were still killers.
- The focus is on the patient's response to the illness rather than on the illness itself.
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