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eu·then·ics

(yū-then'iks),
The science concerned with establishing optimal living conditions for plants, animals, or humans, especially through proper provisioning and environment.
[G. eutheneō, to thrive]

euthenics

(yo͞o-thĕn′ĭks)
pl.n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of the improvement of human functioning and well-being by improvement of living conditions.

eu·then′ist n.

euthenics

[yo̅o̅then′iks]
Etymology: Gk, eu + tithenai, to place
the science that deals with improvement of the human species through the control of environmental factors, such as pollution, malnutrition, disease, and drug abuse. Compare eugenics.

eu·then·ics

(yū-then'iks)
The science concerned with establishing optimal living conditions for plants, animals, or humans, especially through proper provisioning and environment.
[G. eutheneō, to thrive]

euthenics (yōō·theˑ·niks),

n branch of science that seeks to improve the human species by controlling environmental factors, such as prevention of disease, malnutrition, drug abuse, and combating pollution.