(1) On one level he clearly wants to overcome his debility , and live comic performance is the extraordinary way in which he has chosen to do that.(2) The symptoms were of severe general debility and vitamin deficiency.(3) It is just as meaningful to speak of levels of vitality and healthfulness as of debility and infirmity.(4) Coronary Artery Disease is a major cause of debility and death in the United States and in other developed nations.(5) He is now, at 79, battling the increasing debility of his body, which is failing under the invasion of Parkinson's disease.(6) Many, though not all, cases resulting in debility stemmed from chronic diarrhea or dysentery.(7) Age, debility , poverty and illness were often factors that led to a favorable decision.(8) Symptoms of chronic intoxication include anorexia, gastrointestinal disturbances, debility , confusion, dermatitis, menstrual disorders, anemia, convulsions, and alopecia.(9) most of the cases presented with general debility, muscle weakness, and weight loss(10) A small or weak pulse indicates general debility and possible anemia.(11) Heart disease in a leading cause of death and debility among our canine friends.(12) She will remember her father, who served in both world wars, and whose life was fore-shortened by nervous debility brought on by his experiences.(13) Furthermore, AIDS typically does not kill its victims immediately but subjects them to a prolonged period of gradually mounting debility and incapacity.(14) Prolonged immobilization, such as may occur with hospitalization, trauma, or general debility , is one risk factor.(15) John Andrews, Minister of Finance, was born in the same year as Craig and, despite clear signs of physical debility , was to be the Prime Minister's successor.(16) When I began wondering about what it's like to get older, I couldn't find much good, popular writing about it that is not focused on decline, debility and death.