The “Free Medical Dictionary” is a new website that goes into the art and science of healing (Medicine)
Tel-Aviv, Israel (PRWEB) August 19, 2008 — A new Online Medical Dictionaries website (www.medical-dictionaries.org) has been launched lately. The dictionaries are dedicated to providing definitions to medical terminology found in the medical news today.
The Medical Dictionaries website provides quick access to difficult, hard to spell and frequently misspelled medical terms with easy-to-understand definitions and explanations of thousands of medical terms. The Free Medical Dictionary includes over 30 Health and medical dictionaries covering a myriad of medical fields, such as alternative medicine, healthcare, digestive and kidney diseases, women’s health, nutrition and diet, , treatment, prevention of disease and more. The Free Medical Dictionary is free of charge and is ideal for both medical professionals and laypersons alike.
Among others, the Free Medical Dictionary features the Aging Hearts and Arteries Glossary discussing aging and cardiovascular diseases and NDIC Diabetes Dictionary, by the National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse (NDIC), which provides phonetic transcription of the terms with explanations and information about diabetes.
“Health is something that preoccupies most us” says Dalia Grant, medical-dictionaries.org Content Manager. “This free online Medical Dictionaries website has been designed with the intent to cover a vast array of medical terminology focusing on health, diseases and conditions, pharmacology, treatments and much more to better understand and communicate with medical professionals”.
For additional information on the free online Medical Dictionaries, visit http://www.medical-dictionaries.org/
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