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Recovery or Recover may refer to:

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  • Addiction recovery groups, voluntary associations of people who share a common desire to overcome drug addiction
  • Convalescence, the gradual recovery of health and strength after illness, injury, or operation
  • Cure, the end of a medical condition
  • Hair of the dog, or "recovery drinking", the practice of drinking off a hangover
  • Healing, the process of the restoration of health from an unbalanced, diseased or damaged organism
  • Recovery International, a self-help mental health program based on the work of the late Abraham A. Low, M.D.
  • Recovery model, an approach to mental disorder or substance dependence, emphasizes and supports a person's potential for recovery
  • Recovery position, a body position used in first aid
  • RECOVERY Trial, a British clinical trial programme for treatments for COVID-19
  • Post-anesthesia care unit, also known as the recovery room, used after surgery


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  • Recovery (metallurgy), a change in the microstructure in polycrystalline materials
  • Recovery boiler, generating energy during papermaking
  • Recovery effect, a phenomenon in batteries
  • Data recovery, a process of salvaging inaccessible data
    • Photo recovery, the process of salvaging digital photographs
    • Automatic system recovery, the process of extracting any valid data from a device after a corruption, bootloop, or soft brick, usually followed by reinstalling the system image
  • Disaster recovery, continuation of vital technology infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced disaster
  • Recovery, when the threats to species survival are neutralized under an endangered species recovery plan created pursuant to the U.S. Endangered Species Act of 1973
  • Recovery, extraction of petroleum, the primary, secondary or tertiary recovery of petroleum
  • Forensic recovery, where a search and rescue mission involves, or transitions to, missing persons expected to be dead rather than alive
  • Resource recovery, the collection of recyclable materials

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