While they pay lip service to prevention, the money is spent on walkways, street lights and jungle gyms.
By ignoring the prevention aspect, at best they are obscuring contraception, and at worst, making it seem weird or taboo.
According to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) released Tuesday, so does the urgency.
Public-health officials have enlisted the help of the Centers for Disease Control and prevention in their efforts to find the 300.
Her group offers training to law enforcement and works to educate young women about prevention.
The method of prevention for this disease is almost entirely vaccination.
The whole of life may be directed to their prevention or cure.
Christmas shopping in November is less kind than prevention of overwork in December.
Such a measure could not be "for their benefit and comfort," or for "the prevention of injuries and oppression."
prevention, principle of, necessary for every political institution.
mid-15c., "action of stopping an event or practice," from Middle French prévention and directly from Late Latin praeventionem (nominative praeventio) "action of anticipating," noun of action from past participle stem of praevenire (see prevent).