With this big coming tsunami of sickness with this older age group, who will pay for it?
We have sickness care and not health care... Costs are out of control.
You already protect you, and look after you in sickness and in health.
Those years were filled with both bouts of sickness and creativity.
"Normal" is 800 calories a day, sickness, threats of rebel violence, or just crime.
Then first a painful suspicion struck a sickness to my heart.
But there was sickness in the mountains and Waba-mooin said that it also was my fault.
As the spring advanced, sickness began to prevail in Deerham.
For this end he is fed, clothed, and prescribed for in sickness.
Eochy asked, "Why art thou not better of this sickness, how goes it with thee now?"
sickness sick·ness (sĭk'nĭs)
The condition of being sick; illness.
A disease or an illness.