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the condition of being sick

a pathological condition of mind or body

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impacts of mental ill-health include employee and legal risks (further details of which are outlined in the box below).
For an often too-silent, too-hidden, too under-reported form of potentially debilitating ill-health this focus can only be welcomed and encouraged.
A SOCIAL enterprise is on a mission to combat absenteeism at work through ill-health, which is costing the Welsh economy PS500 million a year in lost production.
Fears of ill-health were sparked in August when Nyenze came to take the oath of office with an oxygen tank.
Rennie added: "The share of the NHS budget we spend treating mental ill-health has fallen every year since 2009.
THOUSANDS of cases of ill-health among under-fives in deprived areas could be prevented by understanding how to use services to add-ress the impact of poverty.
The awards recognise commitment to accident and ill-health prevention and are open to businesses and organisations of all types and sizes across the UK and overseas.
Alex Botha, chief executive of the British Safety Council, congratulated EFS Facilities Services Middle East, and said: "All of those working at EFS have made this award possible which recognises their dedication and commitment in preventing injury and ill-health in the workplace.
The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (JOSH) Food and Drink Group, Food and Drink Federation and Dairy UK have joined forces to develop an annual health and safety benchmarking survey, to capture a better picture of work-related injuries and ill-health in the food and drink industry, in a bid to improve further the industry's track record.
And over the intervening years Whitehall mandarins and Government lawyers have fought as ferociously as any British Tommy to prevent the veterans winning any compensation for their ill-health.
Being aware of these risks and recognising that mental ill-health is avoidable are the first steps to avoiding ill-health.
A total of 9,500 police officers are on restricted duty because of ill-health in the UK, meaning they get their full salaries whilst completing paperwork or answering calls - sometimes for only a few hours a week.
Almost 9,500 are on restricted duties due to ill-health, The Times reported.
A FORMER West Midlands Police officer who claims he was forced to quit his job due to depression is battling to get an ill-health pension.