Care [noun]

Definition of Care:

personal interest, concern

Opposite/Antonyms of Care:

Sentence/Example of Care:

There would be less total health care, less child care, less energy available to households, and less value added in the university sector.

The report says a record 765 hospitals and other health care facilities participated in the annual Healthcare Equality Index survey at a time when they faced unprecedented challenges in caring for patients in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Those who say health care is their single top issue back Biden 77 percent to 19 percent.

Regulators and health care leaders, backed up by political leaders, must take the lead in building public confidence in the integrity of the entire vaccine development and distribution process.

Feigenholtz said she wants the agency to establish benchmarks on moving the children out of the hospitals and increasing specialized foster care, then report back to legislators.

At the same time, tech and health care—the heavy hitters in June, July and August—are down.

This year, Democratic caucusgoers in Iowa, where tens of thousands of acres of farmland flooded in 2019, ranked climate second only to health care as an issue.

Mokgathi said training participants agreed to work with her organization to secure funding from the Botswana Ministry of Health and Wellness for trans- and intersex-specific health care.

The letter also asked “who made the final call” on patients’ care when hospice was “not in line with what the family desired,” and it said that infectious patients should not be sent home for hospice.

I do not care very much how you censor or select the reading and talking and thinking of the schoolboy or schoolgirl.