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- n. The general well-being of individuals and societies, including not only wealth and employment, but also the built environment, physical and mental health, education, recreation and leisure time, and social belonging.
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- n. your personal satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) with the cultural or intellectual conditions under which you live (as distinct from material comfort)
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If you are faced with the recommendation by your doctor to start on a prescription antidepressant, antibiotic, or cholesterol-lowering drug, working with your doctor to first try one of the proven natural mood-lifters such as 5htp, or the proven cholesterol-lowering supplement policosanol, or one of the natural antibiotics discussed in the “Big Guns” section of chapter 14 could save your future quality of life in one quick move.
After that, the Klingenschoen millions began improving the quality of life in Moose County.
As you evolve your purchases to align with your expanding tastes and knowledge, your definition of decadence will change completely, and your quality of life will soar.
For Grace Tan, it’s not the ornate detailing of the buildings that bothers her—it’s the emphasis on preserving these buildings while not improving the quality of life for Chinatown’s residents.
I'm thinking of my friend Rich Daley, who's made a deep and lasting difference in the quality of life for millions of Chicagoans.
Dr. Eugene Shippen’s book, The Testosterone Solution, presents ample research to dispel common myths about testosterone therapy, which deserves a whole lot more attention, given its ability to dramatically improve health and quality of life for both men and women.
their disease went into remission: Data presented at the 2006 American College of Rheumatology Congress show that patients receiving repeat treatment with MabThera/Rituxan rituximab achieved continued improvement in both physical and mental aspects of quality of life measures.
It is said to have put immense destructive powers in the hands of irre - sponsible politicians; reckless technological develop - ments often cause pollution of the environment; tech - nology generally is accused of debasing the quality of life by imposing excessive specialization and an undue mechanization of the conditions of work.