Euphenics meaning

yo͝o-fĕn'ĭks
The practice of adjusting the diet or environment of a person in order to diminish the effects of a genetic disorder.
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A movement seeking to improve the human species by modifying the biological development of the individual, as through prenatal gene manipulation with chemicals.
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The practice of adjusting the diet or environment of a person in order to diminish the effects of a genetic disorder.
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The science of making biological (phenotypic) improvements to humans after birth.
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Origin of euphenics

  • Blend of eugenics phenotype
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From eu- +‎ phenotype +‎ -ics.
    From Wiktionary