Symptoms Research: A Fertile Field

@article{Kroenke2001SymptomsRA,
  title={Symptoms Research: A Fertile Field},
  author={K. Kroenke and L. Harris},
  journal={Annals of Internal Medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={134},
  pages={801-802}
}
I'm very brave generally Only to-day I happen to have a headache. Lewis Carroll, Through the Looking Glass What Lewis Carroll wrote of headache is true of any consuming symptom. Pain, vertigo, pervasive fatigueeach can be enervating and disheartening. Any of us even temporarily inconvenienced by a head cold or motion sickness or sports injury realizes the detrimental impact on work, recreation, and even rest. Symptom comes from the Greek symptoma, which means anything that has befallen one; the… Expand
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