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An erythropoiesis stimulating agent or drug is a medicine which stimulates red blood cells protein erythropoiesis.
Cleavers (Galium aparine) is an alterative that affects both the lymph and the kidneys, helping to clear out extra water waste by stimulating the kidneys to excrete more waste products in the urine.
While written primarily for Catholic readers, pastors will find this a stimulating resource for adult forums on Luke.
Chapter 3 ("The Exemplum as Rhetorical Picture Strategy") is among the book's most stimulating.
Women artists are recognized as among the most stimulating, provocative, and visually inventive of contemporary artmakers.
Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils, either through inhalation or external application, to enhance the benefits of massage by reducing stress, promoting relaxation, stimulating circulation and, in general, awakening the body's and mind's healing energies.
TEI strongly recommends that any desire for partisan advantage be put aside and that the parties work cooperatively to craft a bill to achieve the unassailable goal of stimulating the economy in an efficient, effective, and even-handed way.
The Society-sponsored conference proved to be a stimulating forum for investigators who are working on ways to measure this nerve injury, explain how it occurs, and develop possible therapies.
Chapters 3-5 describe a range of initiatives aimed at stimulating demand for learning across the world.
He's one of the first people to receive an experimental seeing device that restores sight by artificially stimulating the brain.
The application is directed to a novel method for the purification of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), a pituitary gonadotropin hormone important in the regulation of reproduction.

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