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holistically

[ hoh-lis-tik-lee ]
/ hoʊˈlɪs tɪk li /
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adverb
involving or emphasizing the whole, as with a theory or practice: Please note that test scores are just one element of your application, and the program views each student holistically in making a determination of admission.
Medicine/Medical. following a therapeutic system that considers the individual as a whole, especially one that integrates physical and mental health and sometimes also social well-being: In this practice, we try to tailor foods, diets, and treatments to prevent disease and improve health holistically.
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