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alleviate

 [ah-le´ve-āt]
to cause the lessening or disappearance of a patient's problem.

alleviate

verb A popular, non-medical term meaning to reduce pain or provide comfort. Medical equivalents include: relieve, palliate, ameliorate.

alleviate

(ă-lē′vē-āt″) [L. alleviare, to lighten]
To lessen the effect of.
alleviation (-lē″vē-ā′shŏn)

Alleviate

To make something easier to be endured.
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Similar drought stress alleviative effects of salicylic acid and ascorbic acid on germination percentage germination rate radical and plumule length and fresh biomass of seedling (radical and plumule) has also been reported by (Smironoff 1996).
To alleviative this doubt he had tried to persuade Joyti that moving to Canada would benefit their two young sons.
Of late, several alleviative prescriptions have been offered, targeting specific parts of the methodology domain such as measurement equivalence and data analysis (Mullen, 1995; Singh, 1995).
Hsu et al., "Alleviative effects of deep-seawater drinking water on hepatic lipid accumulation and oxidation induced by a high-fat diet," Journal of the Chinese Medical Association, vol.
Yang, "Preparation of naringenin/[beta]-cyclodextrin complex and its more potent alleviative effect on choroidal neovascularization in rats," BioMed Research International, vol.
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Therefore, we have studied the alleviative effect of maoto against the early phase of influenza infection using the virus-infected mice by URTI.
By contrast, oral administration of maoto extract exerted significant alleviative effects against influenza virus infection on mice in the present study.