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Synonyms for medicine

an agent used to restore health

a substance used in the treatment of disease

Synonyms for medicine

the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques

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(medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease

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punishment for one's actions

treat medicinally, treat with medicine

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The Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine defines gender-specific medicine as "the science of the differences in the normal physiology of men and women and of the way in which they experience disease" (Legato, 2003, p.
Legato Gender-Specific Medicine Award to a deserving professional.
The facility will also offer the Center for Gender-Specific Medicine and outpatient rehabilitation through Frazier Rehab Institute.
31 /PRNewswire/ -- Significant gender differences in workplace values suggest that women who work in a male-value dominated environment (or men in a female-value dominated environment) may have negative health consequences, be less productive, suffer decreased motivation, and be more inclined to leave, according to a LLuminari study just released in the journal of Gender Medicine, the official journal of the Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine, Columbia University.
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Under the direction of The Partnership for Gender-Specific Medicine at Columbia University and its founder, Marianne J.
Gender-specific medicine is the science of how normal human biology differs between men and women and how the manifestations, mechanisms and treatment of disease vary as a function of gender.