A country where preventive health care could be inaccessible.
preventive screenings, such as annual physicals, well-baby visits, and mammograms provided free of charge.
By that he means solitary confinement is intended to be preventive, not punitive.
In my practice, I take advantage of two preventive tests that help me quickly and easily find out how old your arteries are.
Migraine drugs fall into two categories: preventive and abortive.
It serves to give bulk to the food, and thereby possibly acts as a preventive to constipation.
But the preventive power was what they preferred to exercise.
They also see to it that the criminal is held in preventive detention, if necessary, before trial.
I understand some fool urged her to try this as a preventive of mal-de-mer.
preventive measures are the most prudent and safe, and also the most merciful.
preventive pre·ven·tive (prĭ-věn'tĭv) or pre·ven·ta·tive (-tə-tĭv)
Preventing or slowing the course of an illness or a disease; prophylactic. n.
A preventive agent or treatment.