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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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Of course, Hungarian doctors insist that the waters are not cure-alls, and publicize contraindications, such as heart disease or pregnancy.
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.
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.
Federal cure-alls often hurt the alleged beneficiaries.
Seaweed is one of the world's oldest beautifiers and cure-alls.
This newfound healthful attribute has added enormously to tea's appeal since Americans are always seeking convenient, good-tasting cure-alls.
Well, you may have noticed that one of my top cure-alls is the herbal treatment echinacea.
Despite all the good press, soy foods are not cure-alls.
Among these tenets: (a) We need to be more critical about repressed childhood memories; (b) Both genes and experience are important; (c) Brain chemistry mediates disordered states of mind; (d) Psychiatric drugs are not cure-alls; (e) Psychotherapy is no cure-all for mental illnesses.
Psychiatric drugs are not cure-alls, and therapy alone doesn't cure mental illness.
Beware of cure-alls claims, amazing results, and independent research that the government is supposedly hiding.
Automation and software are not magic cure-alls for a successful application of a maintenance management system (MMS).
His infantilism explains his attraction to the quick fix for his life, whether through maternal fantasies, gambling, medical cure-alls, or alcohol abuse.
Arnold's poetry is not romantic; her interest in nature per se is minimal, and I find it refreshing that she does not offer up oceans or reefs as cure-alls for the human condition.