quality of life

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your personal satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) with the cultural or intellectual conditions under which you live (as distinct from material comfort)

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Ratings on quality of life were based on indicators including work-life balance, health, education, personal safety and environmental quality.
For Quality of Life, the heaviest weighting was given to weather, mild being the most favorable, while air and water quality were weighted least.
Accordingly, years ago, Mercer, a leading human resources consulting firm, created a comprehensive annual survey that measures the quality of life in cities around the world.
Acne affected the quality of life in 94% of patients (Table I).
Results: Overall patients with higher glucose levels had poor quality of life (r = -.
Results: Linear regression analysis revealed that social support positively predicts quality of life (physical functioning, psychological functioning, social dimensions and environment) for both categories of sample.
The quality of life is poorer in patients with stroke than in healthy individuals.
By establishing the effect of physical activity on health related quality of life, planning for physical activity could effective for health related quality of life and cause to improve health related quality of life level.
08 years due to a reduced quality of life, resulting in a reduction of 2.
Results: It was observed that the patients had low mean scores of physical and mental quality of life both before and after transplantation; there was an increase in the mean scores of all the symptoms and primarily of fatigue after the stem cell transplantation as compared to before it; and the mean scores of physical and mental quality of life further declined (p (less than) 0.
Aim: To evaluate quality of life in women without vertebral and nonvertebral fractures, with postmenopausal osteoporosis (PMO), osteopenic and normal bone mineral density (BMD), and to determine effective factors on quality of life.
The present study was sought to examine the relationship between spiritual wellness, quality of life and its dimensions including physical, psychological, social, environmental, and perception of quality and health.
Megan Piper of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health said smokers hold strong beliefs about how stopping smoking will reduce their quality of life.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is one of the most debilitating of all psychiatric illnesses in terms of loss of income and poor quality of life of patients.
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