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Medicine is the modern field of medical practice and health care.
Medicine may refer to:
- Internal medicine, medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis, management and nonsurgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases
- Other systems of medicine including:
- Medication, licensed pharmaceutical drugs (see pharmacology) or herbal medicines
- Medicine Magazine, British consumer health magazine
- Medicine (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins journal), an academic journal founded in 1922 and published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
- Medicine (Elsevier journal), a review journal for physicians founded in 1972 and now published by Elsevier
- Medicine (band), alternative noise-pop/rock band
- "Medicine" (The 1975 song)
- "Medicine" (Grace Potter and the Nocturnals song)
- "Medicine" (Plies song)
- "Medicine" (Shakira song)
- "Medicine", a song by Daughter from The Wild Youth
- "Medicine", a song by Hollywood Undead from Notes from the Underground
- "Medicine", a song by Simon Townshend from the album Among Us
- "The Medicine Song", a song by Stephanie Mills
- Medicine (Klimt Painting), painting by Gustav Klimt
- All pages beginning with "medicine"
- All pages with a title containing medicine
- Medic (disambiguation)
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