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To provide with, or to assume, a structure.


/or·ga·nize/ (or´gan-īz)
1. to provide with an organic structure.
2. to form into organs.


To provide with, or to assume, a structure.


To develop from an amorphous state to that having structure and form.

Patient discussion about organize

Q. i'm going on an organic diet for fibromyalgia does anyone know if this will help this awful pain

A. Couldn't find any research proving that organic diet improves fibromyalgia. On the other hand, couldn't actually find a research that contradict it (or even dealing with it), so no one can give you any established answer for your answer, so it's your decision.

Anyway, remember to consult a professional (e.g. a doctor) before you start any diet or any other intervention.

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Q. Can a Chiropractor tell if your organs are shutting down?

A. She told me that because my spine is out of line so much, that it's causing my organs to shut down. I have been having bladder problems. I really think she is just trying to scare me.

Q. I'm looking for natural/organic ways to deal with carpal tunnel syndrome. My Boss has Carpal Tunnel syndrome. I'm looking for some natural remedies to help her ease the pain.

A. I have found that MSM (GNC brand) 1500mg per day works for me. I talked to an Orthopedic Surgeon asking him why it works... he said "they really don't know why it works, but it works for many of my patients". When I stop taking my MSM the symptoms return so it is not a cure.

I have tried other brands of MSM and found the GNC brand works the best for me. It takes about 2 weeks to begin to see the results and several more weeks to get the full affect.

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When providers in Rhode Island were in the final stages of the battle for health insurance, the secretary-treasurer of the state AFL-CIO advised us to let the state labor relations board declare everyone employees so they could organize.
In Congress, the proposed Employee Free Choice Act would allow workers to organize by simple sign-up majority, force employers to negotiate a first contract, and impose heavier penalties on employers who violate workers' rights.
Fight for workers' democratic rights, and not just the right to organize.
For most of the 1980s and early 1990s ACORN did not organize welfare recipients, but after President Clinton signed welfare reform in 1996 ACORN felt mandated to "go back to the future" and, once again, organized major campaigns focusing on welfare issues (Rathke & Schur, 1999)" (Brooks & Brown, in press) (1).
Publicly, however, these same officials say the desire to organize on a grassroots level is healthy for students, and that the rigorous process enhances the educational experience overall.
She makes the point that librarians have long sought to select, organize, and evaluate information on the Internet.
He helped to organize Teamsters Local 272, and then served as an officer of the local.
Given the current interest in information technology (IT) it might seem strange that IA values human brainpower so highly in the struggle to organize information rather than accepts portal-in-a-box-style solutions.
According to Sweeney, "The labor movement cannot organize enough members to restore the balance of power with employers if we use the strategies and tactics we've used over the last 20 years.
Rachel Sherman and Kim Voss stress this point in a chapter that finds union locals that used innovative organizing tactics, such as recruiting bilingual organizers and deploying a rank-and-file-intensive strategy, were more successful in their attempts to organize immigrant workers.
His new paradigm for labor is to organize the working poor, those people employed in minimum-wage or near-minimum-wage positions.
I listened in awed silence as the man narrated anecdote after anecdote about his campaigns to organize the poor--in Chicago, in Rochester and Buffalo, New York, and in a dozen other cities.

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