How to use Preventable in a sentence

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  • Most actions that result in wounds are preventable.

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  • Carbon monoxide poisoning is preventable.

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  • Most cases of ileus are not preventable.

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  • Most accidental poisonings are preventable.

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  • The research suggests a certain element of autism may be preventable.

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  • However, 90% of such injuries are thought to be preventable with the use of protective eyewear.

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  • The Committee aims to provide rigorous, evidence-based advice about matters relating to communicable diseases that are preventable or potentially preventable through immunization.

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  • Conclusion Infection in patients with an absent or dysfunctional spleen remains largely preventable.

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  • Prevention Chickenpox is now a vaccine preventable disease with the advent of a live attenuated varicella zoster virus vaccine.

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  • It took a long time for someone to recognize that people flying off the trampolines was a preventable event and solve the problem with a viable product.

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  • Make sure that all cats are vaccinated on schedule so that they don't fall prey to the deadly diseases that are preventable.

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  • Distemper is one of these preventable diseases, and the cost of the vaccination is under $20.00.

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  • As a pet owner, this certainly must come as some relief to be able to avoid unnecessary repeat office visits for preventable conditions.

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  • Teen suicide is preventable if a loved one takes the time to acknowledge the suffering adolescent.

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  • Tobacco the lead ingredient in both cigarettes and chew is the cause of around 440,000 yearly deaths and those deaths are sadly preventable.

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  • Being overweight, smoking, drinking alcohol before bedtime, and back sleeping are other possible causes of snoring that are treatable and preventable.

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  • Cancer is related to several preventable lifestyle choices.

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  • Amenorrhea related to pregnancy, the female athletic triad, drug or alcohol abuse, or eating disorders is preventable insofar as these are lifestyle choices.

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  • Primary or secondary amenorrhea associated with genetic mutations or other systemic diseases or disorders is not preventable.

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  • Pain is generally preventable only to the degree that the cause of the pain is preventable; diseases and injuries are often unavoidable.

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  • Acoustic neuromas, for example, were not as of 2004 predictable or preventable.

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  • Measles is a highly preventable infection.

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  • Child mortality due to measles is considered largely preventable, and making the MMR vaccine widely available in developing countries is part of WHO strategy to reduce child mortality by two-thirds by the year 2015.

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  • Many language disorders are not preventable.

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  • Secondary disabilities (those disabilities not present at birth and that might be preventable with proper diagnosis, treatment, and intervention) were described.

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  • Tetanus is completely preventable by immunization.

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  • Neither the fragile X premutation nor mutation is preventable as of 2004.

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  • Shaken baby syndrome is preventable with public education.

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  • Most cases of intestinal obstruction are not preventable.

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  • Oligomenorrhea is preventable only in women whose low body fat to weight ratio is keeping them from maintaining a regular menstrual cycle.

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  • When oligomenorrhea is caused by hormonal factors, however, it is not preventable, but is usually treatable.

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  • Food poisoning is almost entirely preventable by practicing good sanitation and good food handling techniques.

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  • Drowning and near drowning are almost always preventable.

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  • Primary or congenital immunodeficiencies are genetic and are not preventable by avoidance of exposures or by dietary measures.

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  • Smoking is recognized as the leading preventable cause of death, causing or contributing to the deaths of approximately 430,700 Americans each year.

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  • Many of these incidents are preventable simply by taking precautions and by using simple, relatively inexpensive child safety products widely available.

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  • Safety experts state that most of these accidents are preventable with planning and foresight.

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  • In general, malocclusion is not preventable.

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  • Vitamin D deficiency is a very preventable.

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  • Your goal is to have a healthy pregnancy with all safety precautions in place to protect your unborn child against preventable birth defects and injury.

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  • Children born to drug-addicted mothers suffer from many preventable maladies.

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  • They are not preventable and not necessarily an indication that a woman would be unable to have a healthy pregnancy in the future.

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  • However, alcohol-related birth defects are entirely preventable.

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  • Keep your vehicle well maintained to avoid preventable breakdowns.

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  • Internet dating scams are preventable if you use several lines of defense.

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  • Kids cold sores are preventable with careful diligence.

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  • After Wakefield's study was published in the Lancet in 1998, a campaign reeling against vaccines began, and many parents continue to deliberately avoid getting their children vaccinated against preventable diseases.

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  • As previously noted, the cause of gout varies and may not be entirely preventable, especially if the development of the disease is related to genetics or recent bodily trauma.

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  • Because most dental disease is preventable, most dental plans are designed to provide routine check-ups and preventative care to policyholders.

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  • Aging, however, is the result of many factors, including unavoidable genetic and preventable environmental influences on the skin.

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  • It is important to consider that this is a preventable part of the aging process.

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  • While some causes of snoring are out of our control, such as heredity, age, and gender, other risk factors are preventable.

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  • However, increased pain, pain from surgery and other medical procedures, and continuing pain are preventable through drug treatments and alternative therapies.

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  • Collisions, on the other hand, are preventable, and derailments nearly so, and the records of deaths and injuries in this class in successive years are therefore justly taken as an index to the efficiency with which the railways are managed.

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