A solution, however, requires some consensus about what the malady is and how to treat it.
A conservative JournoList would hardly be the cure for that malady, if we can call it that.
But the burnout described in this and so many other articles is not really a malady.
Nobody would hold up the single outpost of Moo Cluck Moo as a cure for the malady of low wages.
Some places (like Syria) are prone to this malady, and others (like America) are not.
But she was attacked at once with grave and alarming symptoms, that betokened a fatal end to her malady.
The surgeon was in constant attendance, but the malady baffled all his skill.
I had heard something regarding the peculiar nature of your malady, but I had no idea it was so marked as that.
Life, that would fain be a melody, seems here almost a malady.
Those substances that are known to destroy the insect that produces the itch, cure the malady.
malady mal·a·dy (māl'ə-dē)
A disease, disorder, or ailment.