Or that "bottling up" emotions could cause heart attacks or other sicknesses.
The sicknesses of those years are of interest as having been described by two competent physicians, Willis and Whitmore.
Is she goin' to give up herself and her easy ways and her sicknesses for ye?
The sicknesses are ceasing; the recruitments are coming in: shortly all will be complete.
But almost all are subject to bereavements, losses, sicknesses, and changes of fortune.
There are no nostrums or cure-alls that the colleges can give for all the ills and sicknesses of life.
And some sicknesses are much different, and are not like to be so increased by it.
That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying, Himself took our infirmities, and bare our sicknesses.
Surely our sicknesses he bore, and our pains he took as his burden.
He did not part the good from the bad before he healed their sicknesses, and fed them with the loaves and fishes.
sickness sick·ness (sĭk'nĭs)
The condition of being sick; illness.
A disease or an illness.