Medicine

Medicine is a science and practice of diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease. It has existed for thousands of years, amid the majority of which it was an art frequently having connections to the religious and philosophical beliefs and convictions of local culture.
Medicine include disciplines related to health particularly focusing on diagnosis, treatment, prevention along with care and healing therapy of humans and other living beings.
Its area of specialisation encompass biomedicine, health management, nursing, nutrition, pharmacy, or veterinary medicine. Study of medical devices have now emerged with their strong connection to advanced technology.

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