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A report in General Hospital Psychiatry finds that panic attacks __________ the effects of diabetes, probably by interfering with patients’ self-care, leading to a 75% increase in the frequency of symptoms.

❑ exacerbate
❑ hinder
❑ impede
❑ aggravate
❑ indemnify
❑ degrade

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
Exacerbate, aggravate
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A report in General Hospital Psychiatry finds that panic attacks __________ the effects of diabetes, probably by interfering with patients’ self-care, leading to a 75% increase in the frequency of symptoms.

❑ exacerbate
❑ hinder
❑ impede
❑ aggravate
❑ indemnify
❑ degrade

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
Exacerbate, aggravate


We understand that panic attacks worsen the effects of diabetes.

leading to a 75% increase in the frequency of symptoms


❑ exacerbate: make worse
❑ hinder: slow down, prevent
❑ impede: obstruck, hinder
❑ aggravate: cause to become worse
❑ indemnify: compensate, repay
❑ degrade: humiliate, shame

exacerbate and aggravate are the words we need for the blank.
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Re: A report in General Hospital Psychiatry finds that panic at [#permalink] New post 18 Oct 2018, 17:18
Didn't know meaning of indemnify but chose with process of elimination. Thanks!
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