... Mumijo (also denoted as mumio) is a thick, sticky tar -like substance
with a colour ranging from white to dark brown (the latter is more ...
Mumijo is a word of Greek origin. The substance
is mentioned in the works of Aristotle and Avicenna as a remedy with ...
... is responsible for aging, wrinkles and lines on the face. 
Artecoll consists of 25 percent microscopic Plexiglas plastic beads made of a substance
known as polymethylmethacrylate suspended in a solution of 75 percent bovine collagen. The microspheres are 32–40 micrometers in diameter (500 ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... of simpler immunogenic molecules (known as antigens ) is to conjugate the antigens. Conjugation is the attachment to the antigen of another substance
which also generates an immune response, thus amplifying the overall response and causing a more robust immune memory to the antigen. For example, a ...
... and in patients at risk of gatrointestinal hemorrhage or perforation. Relative contraindications include when the poisoning is due to a corrosive substance
( T 54. ), hydrocarbons ( T 53. ), or for poisons that have an effective antidote .
Many complications have been ...
... A substance
which is used to increase the production of milk in humans and other animals. It may be synthetic , plant-derived, or endogenous .
Most of ...
Healthy People 2010
... that are the immediate, major health concerns have been identified. They are: physical activity , overweight and obesity , tobacco use, substance
abuse , responsible sexual behavior, mental health , injury and violence , environmental quality where one lives, immunization , and access to ...
Sexual orientation and medicine
... comprises a diverse community with disparate health concerns. Major health issues for gay men are HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases, substance
abuse, depression, and suicide. Gay male adolescents are two to three times more likely than their peers to attempt suicide. Some evidence suggests ...
... of arms, see tincture (heraldry) .
In medicine , a tincture is an alcoholic extract (e.g. of a herb ) or solution of a non- volatile substance
(e.g. of iodine , mercurochrome .) Solutions of volatile substances were called spirits , although that name was also given to several other ...