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Synonyms for cure-all

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something believed to cure all human disorders

Synonyms for cure-all

hypothetical remedy for all ills or diseases

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Trapping, selling or exporting geckos, regarded by some Asians as cure-alls, is punishable by hefty fines and jail terms of up to four years, Environment Secretary Ramon Paje warned in a statement.
Before her, there was mutual suspicion between the sceptic vets and assorted 'backmen' and other cure-alls.
No cure-alls protect you from these biases, but here are some suggestions.
However, in many cases there is little or no understanding of the longer term risks of medications that are increasingly hyped as cure-alls for some of the natural processes of women's bodies.
They're worked up about "lean production," another of these corporate cure-alls, and they'd like governments to try it.
While it's true cameras aren't cure-alls, technology is on the way to making it as much a cure-all as possible," he says.
We live demanding, stress-filled lives and spend billions of dollars a year searching for miracle diets, pills or cure-alls that we hope will somehow transform us into healthy people.
And according to Prof Caterson we are not talking New Age products -but rather tried and tested cure-alls such as Cod Liver Oil, which if taken daily can prevent rheumatoid and osteo-arthritis.