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  • 41good shape — Synonyms and related words: aesthetic proportions, anality, apple pie order, beauties, belle tournure, bodily charm, bodily grace, charms, curvaceousness, curves, discipline, eupepsia, fine fettle, fine shape, fine whack, glowing health, good… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 42Health — This definition was ratified during the first World Health Assembly and has not been modified since 1948. [http://www.who.int/about/definition/en/print.html] Preamble to the Constitution of the World Health Organization as adopted by the… …

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  • 43Health freedom movement — The term health freedom movement is used to describe the loose coalition of consumers, activists, alternative medicine practitioners and producers of products around the world who are pushing for unhindered freedom of choice in healthcare. The… …

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  • 44health */*/*/ — UK [helθ] / US noun [uncountable] 1) the condition of your body, especially whether or not you are ill His health improved once he stopped working. Smoking can seriously damage your health. be good/bad for your health: Stress is definitely bad… …

    English dictionary

  • 45good — I. adjective (better; best) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English gōd; akin to Old High German guot good, Middle High German gatern to unite, Sanskrit gadhya what one clings to Date: before 12th century 1. a. (1) of a favorable character or …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 46good — [[t]gʊd[/t]] adj. bet•ter, best, n. interj. adv. 1) morally excellent; virtuous; righteous: a good man[/ex] 2) satisfactory in quality, quantity, or degree: a good teacher; good health[/ex] 3) of high quality; excellent: to wear good jewelry[/ex] …

    From formal English to slang

  • 47good — /gʊd / (say good) adjective (better, best) 1. morally excellent; righteous; pious. 2. satisfactory in quality, quantity, or degree; excellent: good food; good health. 3. right; proper; qualified; fit: do whatever seems good to you; her credit is… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 48Health care systems — This article describes policy related systems. For the article on hospital networks, which are sometimes referred to as health care systems, see hospital network. A health care system is an arrangement in which health care is delivered. There are …

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  • 49Health care in the United States — ] Current estimates put U.S. health care spending at approximately 15.2% of GDP, second only to the tiny Marshall Islands among all United Nations member nations. The health share of GDP is expected to continue its historical upward trend,… …

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  • 50Health literacy — Introduction= HistoryThe young and multidisciplinary field of health literacy emerged from two expert groups; physicians and other health providers and health educators, and Adult Basic Education (ABE) and English as Second Language (ESL)… …

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  • 51health*/*/*/ — [helθ] noun [U] 1) the condition of your body, especially whether or not you are ill His health improved once he stopped working.[/ex] She s had serious health problems.[/ex] Lola is 85 and still in very good health.[/ex] My father has been in… …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 52health — 01. He has excellent [health] because he eats well, and exercises regularly. 02. He received treatment for cancer about 5 years ago, and has remained [healthy] ever since. 03. Alcohol is actually not bad for your [health] if you drink small… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 53health —   Olakino, ola pono, ola. See Board of Health.    ♦ Public health, ola o ka lehulehu.    ♦ Good health, olakino maika i; ahuahu, ehuehu, e ehu, hāehu, kā ala ala, ōhāhā.    ♦ Poor health, nāwaliwali ke kino, halalū, lau pala, pakē.    ♦ To glow… …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 54health — noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English helthe, from Old English hǣlth, from hāl Date: before 12th century 1. a. the condition of being sound in body, mind, or spirit; especially freedom from physical disease or pain b. the… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 55Health intervention — A health intervention is an effort to promote good health behaviour such as physical exercise or to prevent bad health behaviours, e.g. promoting tobacco smoking cessation or discouraging the use of illicit drugs or excessive drinking.Health… …

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  • 56good for — Synonyms and related words: able to pay, ad valorem, advantageous, aidful, appraised, appropriate, assessed, banausic, beneficial, benign, bracing, commodious, conducive, constitutional, constructive, contributory, employable, evaluated,… …

    Moby Thesaurus

  • 57health — /hɛlθ / (say helth) noun 1. soundness of body; freedom from disease or ailment. 2. the general condition of the body or mind with reference to soundness and vigour: good health. 3. a polite or complimentary wish for a person s health, happiness,… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 58health — The condition of a living being in reference to well being and the presence or absence of sickness or disease afflicting him. Absence of disease; soundness of body; freedom from pain, sickness or disease. The word is said to be derived from an… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 59health problem — noun a state in which you are unable to function normally and without pain (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑ill health, ↑unhealthiness • Ant: ↑good health (for: ↑ill health) …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 60health food — any natural food popularly believed to promote or sustain good health, as by containing vital nutrients, being grown without the use of pesticides, or having a low sodium or fat content. [1880 85] * * * …

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