Medical Science

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turbulence

uneven and irregular movement in the atmosphere

nausea

the feeling that you are going to vomit

drowsiness

a strong feeling that you have when you are tired and almost asleep

saliva

the clear liquid produced naturally in the mouth

microgravity

an environment with very little gravity

immune

unaffected by a given influence

canal

a tube-like passage in the inner ear

cavity

a hollow space within the ear

compile

to put together information from several sources

ultimately

finally; conclusively; in the end

equilibrium

the state of a body in balance or stability

home remedy

a natural medicine or treatment for an illness or condition

alleviate

to lighten sth; to lessen or diminish sth

disparity

a difference between two or more things

hasten

to cause to happen quickly

bout

a short period of time (when you suffer from illness)

unleash

to set sb free from restraint; to let sb loose

brutal

cruel and ruthless in the extreme

concentration camp

a wartime prison for holding (mostly) civilian prisoners under harsh conditions

indignation

anger and outrage at an injustice

code

a set of rules or principles

render

to deliver or pronounce sth formally

set forth

to state or present a set of rules or guidelines

undue

unnecessary or excessive; beyond what is normal or justified

binding

mandatory; absolutely necessary

declaration

a formal statement outlining rules and guidelines

centerpiece

the most important part of sth

surrogate

a substitute for the original; a person or a thing taking the place of sb/sth

competent

good enough or having enough ability to do sth

impose

force sb to accept sth

revise

to change sth to improve upon it

crop up

to happen suddenly and in an unexpected way

breakthrough

an important new discovery of sth

grapple with

to contend with; to try to deal with sth difficult

euthanasia

the willfully killing of a person who is very ill, in order to relieve their suffering

precedent

an example or first instance to be used late for decision making

relevant

suitable or acceptable for a particular situation

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