well-being


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a state of health, happiness, and prospering

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a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous

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has acquired Colorado-based employee health and well-being company Total Well-Being, the company said.
Inspired religion provides an opportunity to gain meaningful spiritual experience, and there is a beneficial relationship of these experiences to physical well-being. I have found that healing can be realised by gaining an insight into the spiritual nature of God and His loving relationship to all men and women.
AMT is vital to your professional well-being. And through it, you will find yourself prepared for the work that will be your finest hour.
In the Principal Financial Well-Being Index, 81% of employees said they're participating in on-site blood pressure checks, 73% in cholesterol screenings and 72% in online health screenings.
As these examples suggest, when we try to justify many institutions that progressives favor in terms of the well-being of discrete individuals, rather than in terms of the institutional interest of the republic, then it is easy to be lost in intellectual contortions.
Specifically, QOL is defined as the subjective and personally derived assessment of overall well-being that results from evaluation of satisfaction across an aggregate of personally or clinically important domains.
It uses Kinseyan techniques regarding children's "well-being" to undermine marriage, religion, and parental authority, and downplay the seriousness of child abuse.
the initial stages of loss and may surface only later during adolescence and adulthood, affecting emotional well-being and even mental health, with adverse effects upon educational achievement.
However, literature on work addiction asserts that work constitutes the drug of choice for some 30 percent of the population, for whom working is so vital to their emotional well-being that in fact, they have become addicted to it.
For these residents, a noisy nighttime environment is not a short-term inconvenience resolved upon discharge; it's a chronic problem that can severely affect a person's mental and physical well-being.
Merial's key emphasis is on innovative products and solutions that enhance the health, well-being and performance of animals.
The critics are also put off by the alarmist language of the Men's Health Act, which opens with the declaration that "A silent health crisis is affecting the health and well-being of America's men." By most measures, the health and well-being of all Americans are better than ever.
Slack describes how, and goes a long way toward explaining why, aspirations for a root-and-branch reformation of the body politic and of the moral lives and material well-being of its members, so important to social policy in early and mid-sixteenth century, gave way over time to more specific programs for the improvement of social conditions and the regulation of unwanted social behavior.