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Infirm

Infirm

weak or feeble because of old age or disease.

Origin: L. In-firmus, fr. In-neg. _ firmus, strong


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... but it seems that the conclusions are clearly laid out, and that if one want to know more it would not require massive research to confirm (or infirm) their conclusions. If you need more help, you will need to be more precise about what you do not understand.

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by canalon
Wed Apr 13, 2011 11:40 pm
 
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malaria

... is a well-know risk, particularly for the elderly and people whose defense systems are weakened by chronic illness. Fortunately, the elderly and infirm now have medical science as a powerful ally that bolsters their defenses with immunizations to prevent influenza attack or drugs that suppress ...

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by bryanwilliamz
Fri Jun 19, 2009 5:57 am
 
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Topic: malaria
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