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Wikipedia Best5|$|About 30 to 50 {{percent of}} people with {{schizophrenia}} fail to accept that they <b>have an illness</b> or comply with their recommended treatment. Treatment may have some effect on insight.

About 30 to 50 percent of people with schizophrenia fail to accept that they have an illness or comply with their recommended treatment. Treatment may have some effect on insight.

Wikipedia2500|$|Rush {{advocated}} for more humane mental institutions and perpetuated {{the idea that}} people with mental illness are people who <b>have an illness,</b> rather than inhuman animals. He also championed the idea of [...] "partial madness," [...] or that people could have varying d

Rush advocated for more humane mental institutions and perpetuated the idea that people with mental illness are people who have an illness, rather than inhuman animals. He also championed the idea of [...] "partial madness," [...] or that people could have varying degrees of mental illness.

Wikipedia2500|$|A {{factitious}} disorder {{is a condition}} in which a person, without a malingering motive, acts as if they <b>have an illness</b> by deliberately producing, feigning, or exaggerating symptoms, purely to attain a patient's role. [...] Factitious disorder imp

A factitious disorder is a condition in which a person, without a malingering motive, acts as if they have an illness by deliberately producing, feigning, or exaggerating symptoms, purely to attain a patient's role. [...] Factitious disorder imposed on another ("factitious disorder by proxy", also called Munchausen's syndrome by proxy) is a condition in which a person deliberately produces, feigns, or exaggerates the symptoms of someone in their care. [...] In either case, the perpetrator's motive is to attain (for themselves or for another) a patient's role. [...] Factitious disorder differs fundamentally from malingering in that the malingerer simulates illness with a view to obtaining a material benefit or avoiding an obligation or responsibility.

Wikipedia Good25|$|Ah Da's newly wed wife. She <b>has an illness.</b>

Ah Da's newly wed wife. She has an illness.

Wikipedia5000|$|On March 19, 2015 Penny Coomes / Nicholas Buckland withdrew due to Coomes <b>having an illness.</b> They {{were not}} replaced.

On March 19, 2015 Penny Coomes / Nicholas Buckland withdrew due to Coomes having an illness. They were not replaced.

Wikipedia Good25|$|Jia-wei's newly wed college friend. Jia-wei brings Xiao-tong to {{his wedding}} as their first {{official}} date. His newly wed wife <b>has an illness.</b>

Jia-wei's newly wed college friend. Jia-wei brings Xiao-tong to his wedding as their first official date. His newly wed wife has an illness.

Literature6000|$|... "Yes, I'm of one {{mind with}} you there. That's {{the thing for}} me. I want no other doctor. If I don't get to sea to-morrow I'll <b>have an illness.</b> There are no two ways about it." [...] He drank off a tumbler of lime juice, and clapped his two hands with his {{knuckles}} d

... "Yes, I'm of one mind with you there. That's the thing for me. I want no other doctor. If I don't get to sea to-morrow I'll have an illness. There are no two ways about it." [...] He drank off a tumbler of lime juice, and clapped his two hands with his knuckles doubled up into the small of his back.

Literature6000|$| to her ear; she did not know exactly what the novelty was, but her woman's solicitude shaped itself into a darting thought that he might be going to <b>have an illness.</b>

Physically Mr. Bulstrode did not want the vinegar, but morally the affectionate attention soothed him. Though always polite, it was his habit to receive such services with marital coolness, as his wife's duty. But to-day, while she was bending over him, he said, [...] "You are very good, Harriet," [...] in a tone which had something new in it to her ear; she did not know exactly what the novelty was, but her woman's solicitude shaped itself into a darting thought that he might be going to have an illness.

Literature60|$|d the next the sons {{wondered}} what was amiss with their mother, she was so pensive, with starts of flightiness. Allen {{thought she was going}} to <b>have an illness,</b> and Bobus that it was a very strange and foolish way of taking his resistance, but all the time Armine was going about quite unperceiving, in a b

All that day and the next the sons wondered what was amiss with their mother, she was so pensive, with starts of flightiness. Allen thought she was going to have an illness, and Bobus that it was a very strange and foolish way of taking his resistance, but all the time Armine was going about quite unperceiving, in a blissful state. The vicar's sister, a spirited, active, and very winning woman of thirty-five, had captivated him, as she did all the lads of the parish. He had been walking about with her, being introduced to all the needs of the parish, and his enthusiastic nature throwing itself into the cause of religion and beneficence, which was in truth his congenial element; he was ready to undertake for himself and his mother whatever was wanted, without a word of solicitation, nay rather, the vicar, who thought it all far too good to be true, held him back.

Wikipedia50|$|A fully {{recovered}} McClure {{remained in the}} No. 14. Though he <b>had an illness</b> before the Mid-Ohio race was replaced by Jeff Green.

A fully recovered McClure remained in the No. 14. Though he had an illness before the Mid-Ohio race was replaced by Jeff Green.

Wikipedia50|$|Jia-wei's newly wed college friend. Jia-wei brings Xiao-tong to {{his wedding}} as their first {{official}} date. His newly wed wife <b>has an illness.</b>

Jia-wei's newly wed college friend. Jia-wei brings Xiao-tong to his wedding as their first official date. His newly wed wife has an illness.

Wikipedia50|$|The {{girl that}} You {{met at the}} lookout. She <b>has an illness</b> that caused her {{to be sent to}} the city for treatment, however she {{returned}} to Hibarigasaki years later.

The girl that You met at the lookout. She has an illness that caused her to be sent to the city for treatment, however she returned to Hibarigasaki years later.

Wikipedia50|$|About 30 to 50 {{percent of}} people with {{schizophrenia}} fail to accept that they <b>have an illness</b> or comply with their recommended treatment. Treatment may have some effect on insight.

About 30 to 50 percent of people with schizophrenia fail to accept that they have an illness or comply with their recommended treatment. Treatment may have some effect on insight.

Wikipedia50|$|efeat}} in the 1986 Presidential Elections, he faded from the {{spotlights}} {{as a consequence of}} his old age (75 at that time) and was thought to <b>have an illness.</b>

After his defeat in the 1986 Presidential Elections, he faded from the spotlights as a consequence of his old age (75 at that time) and was thought to have an illness.

Wikipedia5000|$|The subject must <b>have an illness</b> that {{is proven}} {{by a doctor}} to require transport. The illness must allow the person to operate a car fully, {{otherwise}

The subject must have an illness that is proven by a doctor to require transport. The illness must allow the person to operate a car fully, otherwise a mobility car cannot be issued.

Wikipedia2500|$|Bobi Kokera, Bleki and Sunnie did {{not perform}} [...] "Tosi put" [...] third as {{scheduled}} {{as one of the}} singers <b>had an illness,</b> however, the song can still make it to the final as a jury wildcard.

Bobi Kokera, Bleki and Sunnie did not perform [...] "Tosi put" [...] third as scheduled as one of the singers had an illness, however, the song can still make it to the final as a jury wildcard.

Wikipedia50|$|ulsive checking, which {{is very similar to}} the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder. However, while people with hypochondriasis are afraid of <b>having an illness,</b> patients with OCD worry about getting <b>an illness</b> or of transmitting <b>an illness</b> to others. Although some people might have both, these are distinct conditions.

Many people with hypochondriasis experience a cycle of intrusive thoughts followed by compulsive checking, which is very similar to the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder. However, while people with hypochondriasis are afraid of having an illness, patients with OCD worry about getting an illness or of transmitting an illness to others. Although some people might have both, these are distinct conditions.

Wikipedia50|$|Is Munsu's {{deceased}} {{lover and}} sister of Hong Gildong. She is Munsu and Hae Mo Su's childhood friend. She <b>has an illness</b> that resembles asthma, {{which can only}} be alleviated by the inhaler-like charm he wears around his neck.

Is Munsu's deceased lover and sister of Hong Gildong. She is Munsu and Hae Mo Su's childhood friend. She has an illness that resembles asthma, which can only be alleviated by the inhaler-like charm he wears around his neck.

Wikipedia5000|$|Rush {{advocated}} for more humane mental institutions and perpetuated {{the idea that}} people with mental illness are people who <b>have an illness,</b> rather than inhuman animals. He also championed the idea of [...] "partial madness," [...] or that people could have varying d

Rush advocated for more humane mental institutions and perpetuated the idea that people with mental illness are people who have an illness, rather than inhuman animals. He also championed the idea of [...] "partial madness," [...] or that people could have varying degrees of mental illness.

Wikipedia50|$|Some {{choose to}} shave their hair off entirely, while others may <b>have an illness</b> (such {{as a form}} of cancer — note that not every form of cancer or cancer {{treatment}} necessarily means one will lose thei

Some choose to shave their hair off entirely, while others may have an illness (such as a form of cancer — note that not every form of cancer or cancer treatment necessarily means one will lose their hair) that caused hair loss or led to a decision to shave the head.

Wikipedia5000|$|... "In some countries, {{though not}} all, if you <b>have an illness</b> {{that results in}} your being unable to have an {{acceptable}} quality of life, you are legally allowed to get help from a doc

... "In some countries, though not all, if you have an illness that results in your being unable to have an acceptable quality of life, you are legally allowed to get help from a doctor to help you to die. If you had an illness or condition which resulted in your having a quality of life that was totally unacceptable to you, would you like to have the legal right to choose a medically assisted death?" ...

Wikipedia50|$|Gerry Drew - Gerry Drew {{is the son}} of Jessica Drew, {{the first}} Spider-Woman. He has spider-powers because of his mother and he <b>has an illness</b> because of her {{radiation}} exposure. He once impersonated Spider-Man, but later retires from this alter-ego.

Gerry Drew - Gerry Drew is the son of Jessica Drew, the first Spider-Woman. He has spider-powers because of his mother and he has an illness because of her radiation exposure. He once impersonated Spider-Man, but later retires from this alter-ego.

Wikipedia50|$|In modern Orthodox Judaism, zavah (<b>a</b> {{potential}} <b>illness</b> or injury) and niddah (healthy menstruation) are {{no longer}} distinguished. A menstruating woman (niddah) is r

In modern Orthodox Judaism, zavah (a potential illness or injury) and niddah (healthy menstruation) are no longer distinguished. A menstruating woman (niddah) is required to wait the seven additional clean days that she would if she had an illness or injury (zavah), and there is no separate medical treatment sought in cases of possible zavah.

Wikipedia50|$|ulio's best friend, German. But Bernal disapproves of this relationship. Octavio, Cesar's oldest son and next in line to inherit the family headship, <b>has an illness</b> that makes him become very sick every time he <b>has a</b> pressure.

While Elisa stops chasing Julio because she has fallen in love with Julio's best friend, German. But Bernal disapproves of this relationship. Octavio, Cesar's oldest son and next in line to inherit the family headship, has an illness that makes him become very sick every time he has a pressure.

Wikipedia5000|$| a [...] "dictator". Hoogendijk said: [...] "De Jong had a manic depression. If you {{become a member of}} the House of Representatives you shouldn't <b>have an illness</b> like that".

De Volkskrant reported in an article about incivility in Dutch politics that Winny de Jong called her political adversaries [...] "landverraders" [...] (traitors to the country) and Els Borst [...] "een fossiel" [...] (a fossil). Winny de Jong called Ferry Hoogendijk, who was her colleague at the time, a [...] "dictator". Hoogendijk said: [...] "De Jong had a manic depression. If you become a member of the House of Representatives you shouldn't have an illness like that".

Wikipedia5000|$|A {{factitious}} disorder {{is a condition}} in which a person, without a malingering motive, acts as if they <b>have an illness</b> by deliberately producing, feigning, or exaggerating symptoms, purely to attain a patient's role. Factitious disorder imposed o

A factitious disorder is a condition in which a person, without a malingering motive, acts as if they have an illness by deliberately producing, feigning, or exaggerating symptoms, purely to attain a patient's role. Factitious disorder imposed on another ("factitious disorder by proxy") is a condition in which a person deliberately produces, feigns, or exaggerates the symptoms of someone in their care. In either case, the perpetrator's motive is to attain (for themselves or for another) a patient's role. Factitious disorder differs fundamentally from malingering in that the malingerer simulates illness with a view to obtaining a material benefit or avoiding an obligation or responsibility.

Wikipedia5000|$|er wrote the term down but was later quoted at length in {{a letter from a}} contemporary: The late M. de Gournay... sometimes used to say: [...] "We <b>have an illness</b> in France which bids fair to play havoc with us; this illness is called bureaumania." [...] Sometimes he used to invent a fourth or fifth form of government under the heading of [...] "bureaucracy." [...] Baron von Grimm ...

The term [...] "bureaucracy" [...] is French in origin and combines the French word bureau - desk or office - with the Greek word κράτος (Kratos) - rule or political power. It was coined in the mid-18th century by the French economist Jacques Claude Marie Vincent de Gournay and was a satirical pejorative from the outset. Gournay never wrote the term down but was later quoted at length in a letter from a contemporary: The late M. de Gournay... sometimes used to say: [...] "We have an illness in France which bids fair to play havoc with us; this illness is called bureaumania." [...] Sometimes he used to invent a fourth or fifth form of government under the heading of [...] "bureaucracy." [...] Baron von Grimm ...

Wikipedia50|$|ith his boss at a party. The woman gets into an affair with the boss and commits infidelity. Her {{marriage}} dissolves and her life worsens. Her son <b>has an illness,</b> so the wife is forced to accept gifts from the boss.

A young man asks his wife to dance with his boss at a party. The woman gets into an affair with the boss and commits infidelity. Her marriage dissolves and her life worsens. Her son has an illness, so the wife is forced to accept gifts from the boss.

Wikipedia5000|$|ork and for his scandalous love life. However, his recent {{paintings}} show a creative decline, which he himself recognises but refuses to admit. He <b>has an illness</b> which is eventually diagnosed as terminal cancer.

John Bidlake, Walter's father, a painter (based on Augustus John). He is famous for his work and for his scandalous love life. However, his recent paintings show a creative decline, which he himself recognises but refuses to admit. He has an illness which is eventually diagnosed as terminal cancer.

Wikipedia Good25|$|Hypochondriasis: An {{excessive}} preoccupation or {{worry about}} <b>having a</b> serious <b>illness.</b>

Hypochondriasis: An excessive preoccupation or worry about having a serious illness.

Wikipedia5000|$|ve access to shelter from extreme weather, safe handling and equipment, veterinary care and humane slaughter.If an animal is infected or suspected to <b>have an illness,</b> its owners are to report it immediately to a practicing veterinarian for either treatment or euthanasia. Due to the density of herd populations, illnesses can spread very quickly between cattle. Owners {{are expected to}} monitor their cattle's condition regularly for early detection and treatment, as cattle illness can threaten both cattle and human health [...] as witne

Cattle handlers are expected to maintain a low stress environment for their herds, involving constant safety, health, comfort, nourishment and humane handling. According to the Canadian National Farm Animal Care Council, beef cattle must have access to shelter from extreme weather, safe handling and equipment, veterinary care and humane slaughter.If an animal is infected or suspected to have an illness, its owners are to report it immediately to a practicing veterinarian for either treatment or euthanasia. Due to the density of herd populations, illnesses can spread very quickly between cattle. Owners are expected to monitor their cattle's condition regularly for early detection and treatment, as cattle illness can threaten both cattle and human health [...] as witnessed with Mad cow disease. On average, cattle will consume 1.4 to 4% of their body weight daily. Cattle weighing 1000 lbs. will drink an average of 41 L a day, and approximately 82 L in hot weather.

Research40|$|ions in terms of patterns or similarities. But 'whole person understanding' is concerned with uniqueness or with what {{it is for a}} given person to <b>have an illness.</b> Literature can in various ways develop this kind of understanding...

There are various ways in which medicine and literature interact, but this paper concentrates on the contribution which literature can make to 'whole person understanding'. Scientific understanding is concerned with seeing events and actions in terms of patterns or similarities. But 'whole person understanding' is concerned with uniqueness or with what it is for a given person to have an illness. Literature can in various ways develop this kind of understanding...

Research40|$|lar {{disorder}} (BD) is {{a serious}} and recurring condition that affects approximately 2. 4 % of the global population. About half of BD sufferers <b>have an illness</b> course characterized by either a manic or a depressive predominance. This predominant polarity in BD may be differentially associat

Bipolar disorder (BD) is a serious and recurring condition that affects approximately 2. 4 % of the global population. About half of BD sufferers have an illness course characterized by either a manic or a depressive predominance. This predominant polarity in BD may be differentially associated with several clinical correlates. The concept of a polarity index (PI) has been recently proposed as an index of the antimanic versus antidepressive efficacy of various maintenance treatments for BD. Notwithstanding its potential clinical utility, predominant polarity was not included in the DSM- 5 as a BD course specifier...

Research40|$|Coronary artery aneurysms {{developed}} in a 43 year old man who <b>had</b> suffered <b>an</b> acute myocardial infarction {{at the age of}} 30. In childhood he <b>had had an illness</b> that was consistent with Kaw

Coronary artery aneurysms developed in a 43 year old man who had suffered an acute myocardial infarction at the age of 30. In childhood he had had an illness that was consistent with Kawasaki disease, and it is suggested that the proximal discrete aneurysms and myocardial infarction may be the adult sequelae of this...

Wikipedia5000|$|Carmolina's older sister, Doriana, <b>has an illness.</b> The family speculates {{about the}} reasons why the older sister is ill, but the novel never states the cause of the illness. I

Carmolina's older sister, Doriana, has an illness. The family speculates about the reasons why the older sister is ill, but the novel never states the cause of the illness. In the novel, Doriana does not recover from the illness, she does not die from the illness, and she is not sent to a sanatorium.

Wikipedia50|$|y lead singer Chad Gray about his {{grandmother}} and how she was being neglected by her family because she was getting old and nobody cared when she <b>had an illness</b> except Chad. She was also taking Chad to local choirs where he learned to sing. Betty Rae, Chad's grandma, died in 2005.

The song was written by lead singer Chad Gray about his grandmother and how she was being neglected by her family because she was getting old and nobody cared when she had an illness except Chad. She was also taking Chad to local choirs where he learned to sing. Betty Rae, Chad's grandma, died in 2005.