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healing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhealingheal‧ing /ˈhiːlɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  1 the treatment of illness using natural powers or prayer rather than medicine The medical establishment is taking healing increasingly seriously. faith healing2 the process of becoming healthy and strong again the healing process
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healingOnce this is done, healing is attempted.Studies have shown that laughter enhances healing and protects against disease.By creating favourable conditions at every level, healing will take place quite naturally.All I'm doing is sending energy to wake up your own internal processes of healing.As my living was eked from my imagination, it now seemed sensible to link that imagination to my own healing.In the medical context, drugs can save lives, relieve pain and promote healing.We studied the healing of a standardized lesion on the dorsal surface of a four-day chick embryonic wing bud.The healing of the wounds between women and men is as important as the healing of the wounds between churches.Hydrcolloid dressings provide an ideal environment for wound healing.
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