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biomedicine

1. the medical study of the effects of unusual environmental stress on human beings, esp in connection with space travel
2. the study of herbal remedies

biomedicine

[‚bī·ō′med·ə·sən]
(medicine)
The science concerned with the study of the environment required for astronauts in space vehicles.
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