Recent Examples of preventative from the Web
In light of recent school shootings, teachers are stepping up active shooter drills and other preventative measures to stay safe in the event of an attack.
Almost all of the allegations the ACLU and the University of Chicago Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic came across in the documents did not result in disciplinary action, or further preventative measures, ACLU officials said.
Look into genetic screening for the BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation that severely increases your risk for breast cancer, and talk to your doctor early about the preventative measures that are right for you.
Ada County took preventative measures earlier today to ensure it did not run out of Democratic ballots.
For full-time employees, there are health benefits including preventative medicine, such as coverage for psychologists and chiropractors.
There's no current vaccine or treatment, so your best bet is to take preventative measures against mosquito bites.
Theodore is active in the area of preventative medicine within neurosurgery.
Other tenets of preventative medicine, such as vaccines, sanitation and anti-smoking initiatives, save many more.
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