Most people are unaware of the ubiquity of indoor pollution, or of how to reduce it.
While misrepresentation of medical information by mass media can have negative consequences，the use of mass media to educate the public about medicine has an enormous potential to do good.
Genetic testing has many promising applications, including the possibilities of assessing predisposition to disease and predicting drug efficacy or toxicity in individuals with specific genetic profiles. Determining how to use these technologies will require consideration of clinical benefits and costs, both to individuals and to society.
People with certain personality types seem to be physiologically overresponsive to stress and therefore more vulnerable to heart disease.
The benefits of smoking cessation include the immediate reduction of health hazard for the smoker and easier admission to social activities and institutions that ban smoking.
Now the sudden unmasking of government cover-ups and belated recognition of the disease's presence have led to the perception of a mushrooming spread.
Despite the tremendous promise for biomedical research, it is clear that formidable obstacles, some scientific and others psychological, environmental or societal, must be overcome before these various advances can be applied to the human condition.
Even with all the uncertainty, it is clear that HIV infection will not improve without treatment.
Historically, the desire for dissection-based learning was so strong that medical institutions often supported acts of grave robbery，and some physicians passively condoned murder for medicine.
Health concerns such as violence, mental illness，substance abuse, and environmental issues affect both urban and rural communities.
We should by no means neglect the evaporation of water.
The pharmacologists are making a careful study of the allergy of the medicine.
Your dejection will do no good to your health.
Typically, individuals with type 1 diabetes use a meter several times a day to measure the level of glucose in a drop of their blood obtained by pricking a fingertip. They can then adjust the amount of insulin injected, physical exercise, or food intake to maintain the blood sugar at a normal level.
The explosion of medical technology in the late 20th century has forced physicians to think seriously about cost containment.
In our hospital, there is a hard and fast rule against smoking.
He is dead and gone.
The doctor did not ignore the disease because the symptoms are trivial.
Saturated fat, for all the havoc it wreaks on the heart and blood vessels, doesn’t seem to affect cancer risk one way or another.
Jefferson wrote to his nephew, “Neither believe nor reject anything because any other person has rejected or believed it.”
The doctors do not expect that the patient with breast cancer will recover rapidly.
This study result is yet to be proved.
The large molecules of proteins, carbohydrates, fats are much too large to be absorbed into the blood through the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines.
You cannot go to see the doctor too early.
The medical workers cannot be too detailed in questioning in order to learn the nature of the disorder the patient speaks of.
Too much emphasis can hardly be laid on the necessity of early diagnosis.
Until recent years it was not known how vitamin B acts in the body to protect the nerves from injury.
Not until the food has entered the blood and been used by the tissue cells can the body be said to have accepted it.
Nothing in the world is difficult for one who sets his mind on it.
Radiation damage, once it has occurred, is irrevocable, and no treatment is of any value.
All these symptoms and signs are unimportant.
This medicinal plant is not to be found everywhere.
In the same family all do not develop the disease，even though all may have had practically the same degree of exposure.