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heal

(hēl),
1. To restore to health, especially to cause an ulcer or wound to cicatrize or unite.
2. To become well, to be cured; to cicatrize or close, said of an ulcer or wound.
[A.S. healan]

heal

(hēl)
1. to restore wounded parts or to make healthy.
2. to become well or healthy.

heal

(hēl)
1. To restore to health, especially to cause an ulcer or wound to cicatrize or unite.
2. To become well, to be cured; to cicatrize or close, said of an ulcer or wound.
[A.S. haclan]

heal

(hēl)
To restore to health.
[A.S. haclan]

Patient discussion about heal

Q. How frequently do people heal from arthritis? what are the chances for it to go away? any statistics?

A. arthritis is pain/swelling/stiffness/and redness of joints---arthritis is not a single disorder,but the name of joint diseace from a number of causes--the cause is wear/tear on the joints. threatment: antibiotic drugs/anti inflammatory drugs. most common is rheumatoid/osteoarthritis/an still disease(children under the age of 4,which clears up after a few years)-arthritis may occure as a complication of infection elsewhere in the body, such as chickenpox/rubella/german measles/mumps/rheumatic fever, or gonorrhea. In most cases this disease can only be controled by meds,ther is no cure as of yet.

Q. HOW CAN ENERGIES AFFECT THE HEALING OF THE BODY?CHI, ELOPTIC, YOU'R SEVEN SHOCKERS ECT POSITIVE OR NEGITIVE? ENERGIES WE EXPRESS AND RECIEVE TO AND FROM OTHERS

A. Chinese medicine and alternatives should be approached with caution, but that said, a modality that has been around for over 3,000 years must have benefits. The practitioner may possibly be a bit more suspect. Then again, nothing ventured, nothing gained. If you haven’t any experience with it, how can one have a legitimate opinion?
Remember, a hundred years ago, our very own “Doctors” cured with leaches and such… it wasn’t until they pooled their resources together and lobbied the government for the right to the name of “Doctor or Medical Practitioner”. That’s it. No science, just lobbying the politicians….

Q. For those that had an epimacular membrane removed, how long was it before your eye healed? How was your vision afterwards? Do you now require or benefit from glasses?

A. Epimacular membrane removal can be associated with a variety of ocular conditions and therefore the healing process varies tremendously depending on the underlying pathology. Furthermore, this condition may recur.

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To do this we must heal the core wounds where our divisions have been sewn, to realize that our human struggles are the same and our cooperation makes us stronger," says World Heal Coordinator, Violet McBride.
It further says that they also had been mandated to bear witness to a potential that was, however, not at their disposal, something they painfully experienced when their well-intended attempts to heal failed (Matt 17:14-20; Mk 9:14-29; Lk 9:37-43).
Clinical trials have shown that application of this gel once a day, in addition to good ulcer care, heals more diabetic ulcers than just wound care alone plus placebo.
Surfers keep commenting on how clean it is now,'' Heal the Bay Executive Director Mark Gold said of Surfrider Beach, which is historically the most polluted beach in Santa Monica Bay.
While wounds heal readily in healthy, active people, risk factors that interfere with the healing process are a given in the skilled nursing facility, where early detection and intervention are essential.
We are so accustomed to thinking of Jesus as a healer that we don't reflect on the fact that for most of his life he did not heal.
The new Carmex lotion and cream use a patent-pending process and rich healing ingredients to heal, moisturize and help repair even the driest, roughest skin.
Perhaps the move from one to ten could be seen as indicative of Jesus' wish to heal all people, Jesus' intention to bring everyone out of their pockets of contempt and isolation into the glory and fellowship of wholeness in the kingdom of God.
These women have lost their culture and when they start to weave, we can see that this starts to heal and their culture comes out in their work.
Given time and rest, tiny cracks can heal themselves, often sealing before they get big enough to cause the road to fail.
We know it can take anywhere from 24 days to two years for wounds to actually heal.