Origin of euthenicsfrom Classical Greek euth?nein, to flourish ( from eu- (see eu-) + Indo-European base an unverified form gwhen-, to swell from source Persian ?ganiš, full) + -ics
Euthenics is defined as the science of improving the internal well-being of the human by improving the external factor of their environment.
An example of euthenics is someone learning about effective nutrition.
plural nounused with a sing. verb
The study of the improvement of human functioning and well-being by improvement of living conditions.
Origin of euthenicsFrom Greek euthenein to flourish