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rehab

Short for rehabilitate.

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Emerging trend, which has a direct impact on the dynamics in the composites repair and rehab market for the construction industry, include increasing bio & recycled content in repair and rehab of civil infrastructures.
YOUTH TRAINEDThe project involves engaging the local community in discussions, screening and peer education sessions for both addicts and non-addicts."To ensure proper functionality of the new rehab centre, we have trained 20 youth from the community to do sessions on peer education and they are already doing well.
But things went downhill all too quickly that she decided to once again go back to rehab in January.
The rehab services will pair with education and resume crafting programs he's putting into place as well as partnerships with local businesses willing to hire inmates after their release from the jail.
The two-time Oscar winner entered rehab for the third time in August and has been under treatment since then.
The task force had scheduled groundbreaking for the rehab project covering 24 of Marawi's 96 villages in the third week of June had the Swiss challenge been completed in May.
What is cardiac rehab? Retrieved August 11, 2017 from http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/More/CardiacRehab/Whatis-Cardiac-Rehabilitation UCM 307049 Article.isp#.WY3LEumQvUk
Through Virtual Rehab's innovative solution complimented with the cost-efficiency models introduced, these numbers may be substantially reduced.
If your cardiologist and pulmonologist have both ordered rehab for you, you'll face a quandary: Which program do I complete first, or can I do them simultaneously?
Six months after their surgery there was no difference in mobility, pain, function or quality of life between those who got inpatient rehab and either of the two groups that got outpatient rehab.
Cardiac rehab is traditionally prescribed following coronary artery bypass grafting, angioplasty, or valve surgery.