- n the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something
no medical care was required
- n judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger
he handled the vase with care
- n an anxious feeling
care had aged him
- n a cause for feeling concern
his major care was the illness of his wife
- n attention and management implying responsibility for safety
he is in the care of a bodyguard
- n activity involved in maintaining something in good working order
he wrote the manual on car care
- v feel concern or interest
I really care about my work
I don't care
- v provide care for
- v prefer or wish to do something
Do you care to try this dish?
- v be in charge of, act on, or dispose of
- v be concerned with
- With the exception of what we're hearing from a few people like Jonathan Cohn, the rapidly congealing conventional wisdom of the Washington pundit class is that health care reform .
- Not often do you see David Brooks and Paul Krugman in substantive agreement on anything, but they are today--on the need to contain health care costs and the gravity of the .
- So what to make of the news that major players in the health care industry are vowing to "do our part" to rein in health costs as part of the Obama Administration's drive to get a .
- Mitch McConnell in Reuters Canada
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell accused the Obama administration of arrogantly circumventing the American people by appointing "one of the most prominent advocates of rationed health care to implement their national (healthcare) plan."
- Richard Clark in Wall Street Journal
These changes are crucial to drive future growth and realize the promise of being a global health care leader for the long term,Chairman and Chief Executive Richard T. Clark said in a press release.