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Health and medicineEdit

Health and fitnessEdit

  1. Health
    1. Illness
  2. Physical fitness
    1. Body Mass Index (BMI)
    2. Exercise
    3. Hygiene
    4. Obesity
    5. Weight loss
  3. Stress
  4. Suicide
  5. Nutrition
    1. Diet (nutrition)
    2. Dietary supplement
      1. Vitamin
    3. Food groups
    4. Malnutrition
  6. Substance abuse
    1. Addiction
    2. Alcoholism
    3. Drug addiction
  7. Dárú Darmán
    1. Antidepressant
    2. Aspirin
    3. Caffeine
    4. Cannabis
    5. Cocaine
    6. Ethanol
    7. Nicotine
      1. Tobacco
    8. Opium

MedicineEdit

  1. Medicine/Health care
    1. Acupuncture
    2. Herbal medicine
    3. Holistic medicine
    4. Homeopathic medicine
  2. Roles
    1. Chiropractor
    2. Physician
    3. Gynecologist
    4. Nurse
    5. Oncologist
    6. Surgeon
  3. Coma
    1. Persistent vegetative state
  4. Dentistry
    1. Cavity
    2. Filling
    3. Root canal
    4. Toothache
    5. Toothbrush
    6. Toothpaste
  5. Disability
    1. Autism
    2. Blindness, Color blindness
    3. Hearing impairment
    4. Mental retardation
  6. Injury
    1. Blunt force trauma
    2. Bone fracture
    3. Bruise
    4. Burn
    5. Frostbite
    6. Wound
  7. Medical procedure
    1. Chemotherapy
    2. Diagnosis
    3. Medical test
    4. Organ transplant, Cardiology
    5. Palliative care
    6. Radiation therapy
    7. Surgery
    8. Symptomatic treatment
  8. Medication
    1. Prescription drug
  9. Physical examination
    1. Autopsy
    2. Biopsy
    3. Blood pressure
    4. Blood test
    5. DNA test
    6. Electrocardiogram
    7. Endoscopy
    8. Eye examination
    9. Hearing test
    10. Lumbar puncture
    11. Magnetic resonance imaging
    12. Pap smear
    13. Pulse
    14. Radiology
    15. Reflex test
    16. Urine test
  10. Poison
    1. Toxin
  11. Physical trauma
    1. Aneurysm
    2. Brain damage
    3. Bleeding
    4. Cardiac arrest
    5. Hypoxia
    6. Inflammation
    7. Respiratory failure
    8. Shock
    9. Stroke
  12. Syndrome

DiseaseEdit

  1. Disease
    1. Asthma
    2. Bronchitis
    3. Cirrhosis
    4. Diabetes mellitus
    5. Parkinson's disease
    6. Heart disease
    7. Hepatitis
    8. Hypertension
    9. Meningitis
  2. Cancer
    1. Breast cancer
    2. Colorectal cancer
    3. Leukemia
    4. Lung cancer
    5. Lymphoma
    6. Prostate cancer
    7. Skin cancer
      1. Melanoma
    8. Tumor
      1. Brain tumor
  3. Foodborne illness
    1. Botulism
    2. Mushroom poisoning
    3. Typhoid fever
    4. Salmonella
  4. Infectious disease
    1. Pathogen
    2. Sexually transmitted disease
      1. AIDS
      2. Gonorrhea
      3. Herpes simplex
      4. Syphilis
    3. Anthrax
    4. Bubonic plague
    5. Chickenpox
    6. Cholera
    7. Common cold
    8. Dengue fever
    9. Diphtheria
    10. Dysentery
    11. Encephalitis
    12. Gangrene
    13. Ebola
    14. Hand, foot and mouth disease
    15. Influenza (Flu)
      1. H5N1
    16. Leprosy
    17. Lyme disease
    18. Malaria
    19. Measles
    20. Mumps
    21. Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
    22. Pneumonia
    23. Rabies
    24. SARS
    25. Scabies
    26. Scarlet Fever
    27. Smallpox
    28. Tetanus
    29. Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy
    30. Tuberculosis
    31. Typhus
    32. West Nile virus
    33. Yellow fever
  5. Mental illness
    1. Alzheimer's disease
    2. Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
    3. Bipolar disorder
    4. Clinical depression
    5. Dementia
    6. Neurosis
    7. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
    8. Psychosis
      1. Delusion
      2. Hallucination
    9. Schizophrenia