Euthenics deals with the "improvement" through altering external factors such as education and the controllable environment, including the prevention and removal of contagious disease and parasites, environmentalism, education regarding home economics, sanitation, and housing. The term was derived in the late 19th century from the Greek verb "e...
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The science concerned with establishing optimum living conditions for plants, animals, or humans, especially through proper provisioning and environment. ... Origin: G. Eutheneo, to thrive ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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the study of methods of improving human well-being and efficient functioning by improving environmental conditions
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euthenics (yOOthen'iks) : see eugenics.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: yū-then′iks Definitions: 1. The science concerned with establishing optimal living conditions for plants, animals, or humans, especially through proper provisioning and environment.
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science concerned with improving living conditions
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