|examine somebody for health and fitness, examine something||check over|
|(Department of) Health and Human Services||HHS|
|(Medicine) instrument equipped with a magnifying lens and used to examine cells of the cervix and vagina; (formerly) speculum, instrument used to enlarge the vaginal passage for examination, medical instrument to examine the vagina||colposcope|
|(new zealand) camp for children in bad health||health camp|
|acquiring of skill, drilling, exercising, preparing; fitness, ability, improving of fitness, of drills, of exercises||training|
|act of touching, advance hesitantly, be affected by something, be aware of something, believe something, cause particular sensation, examine something, experience something, grope, have sensation in body part, impression gained from touch, impression s...||feel|
|act of winnowing; device for winnowing grain, examine something to remove bad parts, process of winnowing, separate the grain from the chaff; separate the good from the bad; blow through; scatter; blow over; sift through, select the desirable parts, us...||winnow|
|activities to maintain health||health care|
|actor learning lines, étude, instrumental work, investigate, investigation, learn about something, learn lines, educate oneself; think about, ponder; examine, investigate; observe; memorize, learning; field of learning; thorough investigation; report,...||study|
|addictive and dangerous to health, compactly, containing mineral salts, demanding and strict, difficult or awkward, difficult to understand, energetically, erect, firm or crisp in texture, forcefully, high in alcohol, in cash, intensely, involving effo...||hard|
|admit cleric to benefice, compare critically, verify, gather, sort, compare information, examine sheets or pages, put pages in order, verify page sequencing||collate|
|agency of the United Nations which promotes improving health conditions for people around the world||WHO (World Health Organization)|
|agency of the United Nations which promotes the improvement of health conditions for people around the world, U.N. medical organization||World Health Organization|
|AIDS-related complex, American Red Cross; American organization concerned with the alleviation of human suffering and the promotion of public health||ARC|
|ailments; ill health||ails|
|aimed at providing health, professional field concerned with the maintenance or restoration of good health; procedures and methods used to maintain or restore good health||healthcare|
|air bladder, announce something, articulate a sound, complete, completely acceptable, deep and peaceful, dive down, earshot, element of speech as heard, examine with a probe, have particular quality when heard, healthy, implication, indicate status, le...||sound|
|alcoholic drink, celebratory toast; celebratory party, feast; alcoholic beverages drunk at a celebration (especially mulled ale or wine), drink in celebration, drink to the health of; drink or give a wassail, drinking or Christmas song, festive occasio...||wassail|
|American corporation headquartered in Kentucky, provider of managed health care services and insurance plans||Humana|
|American corporation headquartered in Missouri, developer of biotechnology for use in the farming and health care industries||Monsanto|
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