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adj. ach·i·er, ach·i·est
Experiencing aches.

ach′i·ness n.


a constant, dull pain
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The market is driven by growing need of personalized medicines, new discoveries in the field of genomics, rise in funds for proteomics based research, growing research and development expenditure, advancement in technologies, new techniques, high output, high resolutions achiness and instruments have been developed, availability of private funds and rise in the Asian markets like China and Japan.
The very first symptoms I had were achiness, especially in my knees and shoulders," he points out.
She had no adverse effect except for the day that her immune system "woke up" and she had 2 to 3 hours of chills and achiness.
Sean also said that most donors experience no side eects other than mild 'ulike symptoms and possibly slight achiness.
It may feel sharp at first and then give way to achiness you feel during and after running.
The Hibs vice-captain is due to start rehabilitation work at the club's East Mains training centre today and he said: "I spoke to the surgeon after the operation and he was satisfied with how it all went and, apart from a bit of soreness and achiness, it feels good.
We now know that intermittent attacks of achiness that can keep kids off the sports field and awake at night don't get triggered by growing bones and tissue rubbing together like tectonic plates before an earthquake -- although that's what it can feel like to your sons.
They were directed to watch out for people with fever, headache, achiness, sore throat, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, rash or red eyes.
According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, at least 85% of women who menstruate have at least one premenstrual symptom, which include bloating and weight gain, acne, anxiety, achiness, breast tenderness, cramps, depression and food cravings.
Some patients with fibromyalgia have pain and achiness around the neck, shoulder, back, and hips.
Pain and achiness around joints in the neck, shoulder and back
But two phenomena continue to fuel this flu shot myth: The first, says Rubin, is that the flu shot activates your immune system (in fact, that's the whole point), which might lead to slight achiness and other symptoms.