Sina may refer to:

  • Chin (China), or Sina (Chinese 支那), old Chinese form of the Sanskrit name Cina (चीन)
    • Shina (word), or Sina (Japanese 支那), old Japanese word for China
    • Sinae, Latin name for China
  • Sina Corp (新浪), Chinese company and website
  • Sina, Albania, or Sinë, village in Dibër County, Albania
  • Sina, Iran, a village in Bushehr Province, Iran
  • Sina District, in San Antonio de Putina Province, Peru
  • "Sina", a song by Brazilian singer Djavan
  • "Soulfood To Go (Sina)", English title of a cover of this song by Manhattan Transfer (band)
  • Sina and the Eel, a Samoan myth of origin
  • Sina-1, an Iranian satellite launched on a Russian rocket in October 2005
  • Sina class, designation of the Iranian missile boat Paykan
  • Sina Bank, a private Iranian bank
  • Society for Indecency to Naked Animals, a hoax perpetuated by Alan Abel
  • Ibn Sīnā (c. 980 – 1037), Avicenna, a Persian physician, philosopher, and scientist
  • Elvis Sina (born 1978), an Albanian footballer
  • Nasser Sina (born 1962), a Kurdish veteran and journalist
  • Than Sina, Cambodian politician
  • Sina Ashouri (born 1988), an Iranian footballer
  • Ali Sina (activist), pseudonym of the founder of Faith Freedom International, a secularist website with critiques of Islam

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Avisena - The Canon of Medicine - Physical Exercise: The Key To Health
... Of Ibn Sina's Canon of Medicine which is written in 5 volumes, only the first volume has appeared in the English Language ... In the first volume, Ibn Sina divides medicine into two parts as he explains it throughout the first book the theoretical and the practical. 353) Theoretical and Practical Medicine Ibn Sina goes on to say that you do not get any benefit from just knowing how your body works, but rather the true benefit of medicine itself is in its practical aspect ...