in+good+health

  • 141Good Agricultural Practices — The term Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) can refer to any collection of specific methods, which when applied to agriculture, produce results that are in harmony with the values of the proponents of those practices. There are numerous competing… …

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  • 142Health in Vietnam — The overall quality of health in Vietnam is regarded as good, as reflected by 2005 estimates of life expectancy (70.61 years) and infant mortality (25.95 per 1,000 live births). However, malnutrition is still common in the provinces, and the life …

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  • 143good for you — adjective promoting health; healthful (Freq. 1) a healthy diet clean healthy air plenty of healthy sleep healthy and normal outlets for youthful energy the salubrious mountain air and water C.B.Davis carrots are good for you …

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  • 144Good-Bye to All That — Infobox Book name = Good Bye to All That title orig = translator = image caption = Cover with a portrait of Graves author = Robert Graves illustrator = cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Autobiography… …

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  • 145good-natured — adjective naturally kind and helpful and not easily made angry good naturedly adverb good naturedness noun (U) goodness / gUdnis/ noun (U) 1 my goodness!/goodness (gracious) me! spoken used to when you are surprised or sometimes angry: My… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 146health food */ — UK / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms health food : singular health food plural health foods food that is good for you because it does not contain artificial substances …

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  • 147Good Neighbor Policy — a diplomatic policy of the U.S., first presented in 1933 by President Roosevelt, for the encouragement of friendly relations and mutual defense among the nations of the Western Hemisphere. * * * Good Neighbor Policy, a diplomatic policy, first… …

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  • 148Health and diet in Elizabethan England — England during the Elizabethan era (1558 1603), though frequently regarded as the zenith of Renaissance, did not give its people a high standard of health. Various diseases and food problems emerged which made life difficult for them. Health… …

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  • 149Health threat from cosmic rays — The health threat from cosmic rays is the danger posed by cosmic rays generated by the Sun and other stars to astronauts on interplanetary missions.Cosmic rays consists of high energy protons and other nuclei.They are one of the most important… …

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  • 150health — noun 1) he was restored to health Syn: well being, fitness, good condition, strength, robustness, vigour 2) poor health Syn: condition, physical shape, constitution • Ant …

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  • 151health — n 1. physical condition, condition, physical fitness, fitness, well being; good condition, good trim, good or fine shape, Inf. top or tip top shape, fine fettle, Inf. fine whack, Inf. fine or high feather; bloom, flush, glow. 2. healthiness,… …

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  • 152good for his health — beneficial to his health, healthy …

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  • 153Health in Senegal — Several hospitals and clinics in the capital, Dakar, can treat major and minor injuries and illnesses. There is inadequate inpatient psychiatric care, though there is very good office based psychiatry. There are no facilities in Senegal that are… …

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  • 154Good Housekeeping — a magazine containing articles about homes, family, health, food and fashion. It is published once a month in different versions in America and Britain and was first published in the US in 1885 and in Britain in 1922. * * * …

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  • 155good cholesterol — type of cholesterol beneficial to one s health …

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  • 156ˈhealth ˌfood — noun [C/U] food that is good for you because it does not contain artificial substances …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 157sound health — Good health. A physical condition characterized by the absence of any grave, important, or serious disease; freedom from any ailment seriously affecting the health. 29 Am J Rev ed Ins § 746. As the term is generally used in life insurance… …

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  • 158Maharishi Vedic Approach to Health — Claims Proponents claim that illnesses can be treated by reconnecting physiological functioning with the body s inner intelligence through reducing and eliminating impurities and imbalances. Related scientific disciplines Medicine Year proposed… …

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  • 159Canadian Health Coalition — The Canadian Health Coalition is a lobby group dedicated to preserving Canada s current Medicare system and to promoting the overall goal and policy of universal public health care. In 2002 and 2003 it was the leading national organization… …

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  • 160Universal health care — is health care coverage which is extended to all eligible residents of a governmental region. Universal health care programs vary widely in their structure and funding mechanisms, particularly the degree to which they are publicly funded.… …

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