We have no meanings for "ward off disease" in our records yet.
Taking vitamin C in regular doses does little to ward off disease.
Altogether similar are the exorcisms intended to ward off disease.
The agriculture ministry said coffee growers should be using more fertilizers to ward off disease.
The power of the bath to ward off disease in childhood is not sufficiently appreciated by parents.
So the researchers, all from the University of Nottingham, began investigating how the insects ward off disease.
While on the home-service, he does not yet exercise enough to harden him or to ward off disease.
Members of the State Board of Health, bringing carloads of lime and other disinfectants, reached here to ward off disease.
Cooling the head is always safe with high pulse and feverishness, and often this alone will ward off disease and restore the healthy condition.
Authorities are handing out medicines and disinfectants to ward off diseases as a huge clean-up gathers pace.
Patrons near the door made St. Ogdo's sign or pressed fragrant sachets to their noses as if warding off disease.
Whatever its form, the talisman was believed to exert an extraordinary influence over the bearer, especially in warding off disease or injury.
Water to the body-tothe whole body-isa necessity of life, of health, and of happiness, it wards off disease, it brace?
The findings, based on surveys and blood tests of about 4,700 U.S. adults, aren't enough to prove marijuana keeps users thin or wards off disease.
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