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suffer

1. To experience pain or distress.
2. To be subjected to injury, loss, or damages.
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By virtue of the distinction between suffering for and suffering from, we can likewise distinguish between meaningful and meaningless suffering.
to provide aquatic therapy for veterans suffering from brain and spinal injuries, neurological disease, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and other physical maladies.
A young mother of four children suffering from AIDS, who is trying to arrange for the care of her children after her death.
Because patients experiencing spasticity may have difficulty swallowing the tablet formulation of the drug, NovaDel's Tizanidine Oral Spray may provide patients suffering from spasticity with a very convenient solution to this serious treatment problem.
UCLA scientists have discovered that patients suffering from the nighttime breathing disorder called sleep apnea show damage in brain areas that regulate breathing and speech.
Previous neuroimaging studies have shown that individuals suffering from ADHD exhibit significantly less activation in the region of the brain known as the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) when they are asked to perform tasks requiring selective attention than do individuals who do not suffer from this disorder.
Adding further insult to injury was the sorry record of the Veterans Administration, denying medical benefits to those suffering from Agent Orange exposure.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Office of Orphan Drug Products Development, for the five-membered heterocyclic anti-sickling compound known as 5-HMF for the treatment of patients suffering from sickle cell disease (SCD).
My feelings are that we are better to our animals than to other humans suffering from terminal diseases.
Calcium and Vitamin D, which aid in building strong bones, are two of the most recognized benefits of dairy; however, recent research has shown that eating dairy products such as milk, cheese and yogurt can also boost weight loss - an advantage that more than 70 million Americans suffering from lactose intolerance have been unable to benefit from.
In every person suffering from hatred and violence, or rejected by selfishness and indifference, Christ continues to suffer and die,'' he said.
In fact, research shows 50-70 percent of infants with atopic dermatitis (skin rash), and 20-30 percent of infants with respiratory problems like wheezing and/or coughing, were suffering from milk allergy.