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  • In the 1930s, the resulting decrease in birthrates brought about by the economic malaise of the Great Depression led social commentators to predict an end to the human race, fed by a decrease in procreation.
  • Common: Myalgia, muscle weakness, urinary incontinence, somnolence, gait abnormality, malaise, rash, tingling.
  • When confounding factors such as unemployment were eliminated, the relationship between a high malaise score and smoking persisted.
  • Of more long-term concern must be the general despondency and malaise that is threatening to smother everything at the club.
  • CAMPING UK Camping Division sales have reflected the general malaise in the overseas summer holiday market.

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