In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1bala mágica feminine
- It's not a magic bullet, but it can delay or slow the progress of the disease.
- With literally thousands of known medicinal herbs, everyone would like to find the magic bullet for a given condition.
- And although there are ways to treat these patients today, we still don't have the magic bullet.
- Even then, biotechnology's best chicken vaccine may not arm poultry farmers with the proverbial magic bullet.
- Unfortunately, when it comes to weight loss, what the public wants is a magic bullet.
- Even when things are going well, it's natural to become frustrated and wish for a magic bullet to cure your cancer.
- They also have to buy into the notion of self care, rather than trust in magic bullets.
- The metaphors used for cancer are often military terms such as war on cancer, killer cells, magic bullets, and the need for patients to adopt a fighting spirit.
- We are not presenting this as being a panacea, as being something that is a magic bullet for all medical conditions, but it is another option.
- It's possible that one of the many new antidepressants now being developed will be the magic bullet you seek.
- In the absence of a vaccine and a magic bullet against HIV and the disease it engenders, public health authorities had to develop a comprehensive prevention strategy.
- Is 30 minutes a day of aerobic exercise the magic bullet you've been looking for?
- We want there to be a magic bullet, an easy answer - something other than ‘eat less, move more’.
- The original magic bullets, antibiotics, are overused and losing their effectiveness.
- No magic bullet yet, but new drugs to fight age-related macular degeneration are near.
- Although hypnosis may have the potential to help with a wide variety of conditions, it's not a magic bullet.
- The glycemic index is no magic bullet for dieters, says Wolever.
- So cancer is a very complex thing, there's a lot of different types of cancers, it's very hard to tackle them, and it's apparently much harder to find magic bullets.
- ‘The new technologies that are changing our world are not a panacea or a magic bullet,’ Annan added.
- He focused on prevention, lifestyle, and dietary medicine - not magic bullets.
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