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OH

symbol for hydroxyl.

OH

Abbreviation for:
obese hypertensive
occipital horn
occupational health  
occupational history
open heart
oral hygiene
orthostatic hypotension
osteopathic hospital

hydroxyl

(hī-drok′sil),

OH

The chemical moiety made up of a single atom of hydrogen and a single atom of oxygen.

Patient discussion about OH

Q. wats make people wat there are in this world oh wat drives people to good desitny why are people good and some bad wat drives people to act stupidly even if they don't wat? secondly why do people feel so lonely in counrty beyond home?

A. depends on their beliefs and education...i , for example, believe in every man accountability for his own life. you feel alone because people are social animals and need their "tribe". people of their culture, friends and family. i believe you are feeling lonely. well you are not, it's just a feeling that will pass on.

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