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use "impair" in a sentence

The macrophages release inflammatory molecules that are thought to impair insulin activity.

He believes the current proposal could impair the frank discussions doctors must have with patients.

They've determined the kind of hours worked by UW cops can impair them nearly equal to a drunk driver.

Recent research has shown that certain hormones which are present in plastics, and which come in contact with food, can actually impair sperm production in men who eat such food.

However, lead can impair development even at BLLs below 10 µg/dL.

Discussion question: What invention do you think has had the greatest impact on our society in the last one hundred years? impair

High humidity can also impair the effectiveness of chalk.

Recent research has shown that many nights of little sleep, fewer than six hours a night, can impair mental performance as much as not sleeping for two nights in a row.

There is a Latin proverb which states that many promises impair confidence.

Even a mild illness like a cold or the flu can impair one's alertness.

These minor scratches can damage the surface of the lens and impair vision.

Only a storm could impair the good tendency of 10,000 of the participants somewhat."

PMID 15260865 It would also predict that defects in speech production would impair speech perception, but they do not.

” Mental deterioration By 1961, heavy drinking had begun to impair Delaney's often fragile mental and physical health.

Non-replaceable image of a company that does not impair the company's ability to sell anything in any way.27.

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