Definition of Hydropathy. Meaning of Hydropathy. Synonyms of Hydropathy

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Definition of Hydropathy

Hydropathy Hy*drop"a*thy, n. [Hydro-, 1 + Gr. ?, ?, to suffer.] The water cure; a mode of treating diseases by the copious and frequent use of pure water, both internally and externally.

Meaning of Hydropathy from wikipedia

- how hydrophobic a molecule is in chemistry, see hydropathy index. hydrotherapy, formerly called hydropathy, is a part of medicine, in particular of naturopathy
- middle**** militia, who became best known for his prominent promotion of hydropathy, now known as hydrotherapy, in the 1840s. it was also known as the cold
- potential transmembrane portions of a protein can be detected by hydropathy analysis. a hydropathy analysis uses an algorithm that quantifies the hydrophobic
- these two scales are then used together to make whole residue hydropathy plots. the hydropathy plot constructed using Δgwoct − Δgwif shows favorable peaks
- a doctor, had settled in seattle in 1870 after previously practicing hydropathy in nevada and oregon, one of the first few to practice it in the united
- cure'. along with his partner james wilson, he founded a very successful 'hydropathy' (as it was then called) clinic in malvern, worcestershire, which had
- 1855, he published a tribute to hydropathy, in which he recounts his own experience of health improvement via hydropathy at an establishment, including
- in yorkshire, and later to take the waters at cheltenham. from now on, hydropathy was the greatest interest in smedley's life. smedley's hydro closed in