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Composition of two words Bio and health interestingly converted into an unusual name for a domain name. The name does not sound aggressive, nice and short. Also, the first letters BI subconsciously pushes the user to think that under this name there is something big, global! And this will not be an erroneous opinion, since this domain name is well suited in the field of Medicine, Health, and these are the most important and large areas for all of humanity!


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