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Synonyms for heal

Synonyms for heal

to rectify (an undesirable or unhealthy condition)

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Synonyms for heal

heal or recover

provide a cure for, make healthy again

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Finally the polymerization of DCPD monomer with Grubb's catalyst heals the cracked portion.
Meador, Heal Thyself: Spirituality, Medicine, and the Distortion of Christianity (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003).
The central belief is that God, who is the source of healing, continues to heal today through the church community, and endows spiritual gifts to individuals whom he uses as channels of his healing power.
The researchers then tested CP-533,536 on dogs, some with severe breaks that would be unlikely to heal on their own and others with more modest fractures.
Often residents with chronic wounds lose weight because their bodies go into a hypermetabolic state in an attempt to heal the wounds.
Harlan Jane Eagleton is ordinary in the way that every black woman is--that is, not ordinary at all, but a compelling testament to the human ability to transcend loss and to heal old wounds, in the self and in others.
So the new spirituality wants to heal flesh and spirit and wants to heal them together, convinced of an abiding correspondence between body and soul; convinced as well of a secret connection between all things; and -- following the logic of the connection -- convinced that a combinative mingling of religious beliefs and cultural practices is the highway to health and spirit.
But camp experiences of being close to nature, participating in wholesome activities, and forming community with others can help children affected by violence heal and learn to trust again.
It may curdle your blood, but science is re-examining a host of "folk" remedies to heal all kinds of wounds and diseases.
And when you discover you can heal yourself," she reflects, "that you simply put your hand to a wound and it heals, you soon discover you can heal others.
Patients will heal faster with heavy doses of BQA and TLC-5 Although shorter hospital stays save money for everyone, traditional technical and managerial quality assurance systems have not encouraged this high-touch component of healing.
Inspired by the natural self-healing properties that exist in living organisms (for example, the regenerative ability of humans to heal from cuts and broken bones) interest in self-healing materials is gaining more and more attention.
Using reasons for living assessments is a useful exercise to help American Indian people heal through contact with positive aspects of their families, friends, communities, cultures, and spiritual bases.
Injuries heal faster with prescribed movement, which means that a layoff may not live up to your worst fears.
Today, providers are being held accountable--clinically and financially--to heal wounds, using evidence-based protocols and nationally accepted clinical practice guidelines, such as those found in the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research's (now known as the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) Treatment of Pressure Ulcers.