Conditions or practices conducive to maintaining health and preventing disease, esp. through cleanliness,
Conditions or practices conducive to maintaining health and preventing disease, esp. through cleanliness
poor standards of food hygiene
a condition promoting sanitary practices; "personal hygiene"
the science concerned with the prevention of illness and maintenance of health
(hygienic) tending to promote or preserve health; "hygienic habits like using disposable tissues"; "hygienic surroundings with plenty of fresh air"
Hygiene refers to the set of practices associated with the preservation of health and healthy living.
(hygienic) Pertaining to hygiene; clean, sanitary
Shower (or any other way to clean yourself)
The process of cleaning a database to correct incorrect or outdated values. See also List Hygiene.
Actions or practices of personal cleanliness that lead to good health.
A condition of cleanliness that helps maintain health; in medicine, an absence of disease-producing microbes.
In dentistry, hygiene means keeping the teeth and mouth clean to prevent diseases such as gingivitis and cavities. This can be done by brushing your teeth regularly, flossing and not eating a lot of sugary foods or drinking excessive amounts of soda pop.
Hygiene pertains to practices performed to care for bodily health and well being through cleanliness. ...
or hygienics [Gk healthful] (n) the science and practice of maintaining health
As used in restroom maintenance, refers to the use of odor neutralizers and other air treatment agents to remediate odors in restroom environments. Top
The proper disposal of vegetable rubbish in which house flies could breed is of the utmost importance. Other control methods are mechanical measures by using heat, cultural practices or management, and by legislation (quarantine).
You'll find strange machines outside the dining room dispensing alcohol gel for hand washing. This is an attempt to reduce the likelihood of Norovirus on the ship. Norovirus can, and does, occur anywhere, but if it comes on board a ship, it can spread rapidly and cause a lot of misery.
Hygiene is the practice of keeping the body clean to prevent infection and illness, and the avoidance of contact with infectious agents. ...
refers to the conditions and practices to maintain health, particularly sanitation and personal cleanliness.
The process of correcting or removing names, phone numbers and addresses from a list.
The science of preventive medicine and the preservation of health. From the name of Hygeia, the daughter of Asklepios, the Greek god of medicine (whose staff with entwined snake is the symbol of medicine). ...
(1) H-BODY. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - hygiene. (2) MAJOR CLEAN++.
The Law of Moses required that the body and clothes be washed after contact with a diseased or dead person. The regulations about contact with dead bodies specified a period of uncleanness lasting seven days. ...
‘Mental’ hygiene. The conscious effort to know what’s going on in your own mind and protect yourself from unbeneficial influences
Measures contributing to cleanliness and good health
the practice of keeping a greenhouse clean, which includes the removal of weeds and plant debris, sterilisation of growing media and pots, and disinfection practices.