unhealthy day

A day in which a person experiences problems with physical—or mental—depression, stress, emotional—ill health

unhealthy day

Social medicine A day in which a person experiences problems with physical–illness or injury, or mental–depression, stress, emotional illness–health. Cf Unhealthful day.
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These individuals report about one extra unhealthy day and close to one-third of a day more of missed work each month compared with their counterparts who are normal weight and have no history of other chronic conditions.
The hot, unhealthy days, so named by the Romans, were associated with madness in dogs.
cities, there were 729 cases of unhealthy days for ozone and fine particle pollution in 2017, AP said.
Although the number of unhealthy days varies from year to year due to weather conditions, over the long term, New England has experienced a significant decrease in the number of unhealthy ozone days.
The respondents were divided into two groups: those who reported frequent mental distress ([greater than or equal to] 14 mentally unhealthy days during the past 30 days) and those who reported no frequent mental distress (<14 mentally unhealthy days during the past 30 days).
Compared to the 2017 report, Oklahoma City experienced fewer unhealthy days of high ozone in this year's report.
Also, the most optimistic people reported nine fewer physically unhealthy and seven fewer mentally unhealthy days per month than their least optimistic counterparts.
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, the study compared self-rated health, frequent physical distress, frequent mental distress, frequent activity limitation and frequent unhealthy days by occupation group for nearly 156,000 workers in 17 states.
The morbidity variables are (1) the percent of adults reporting fair or poor health ("self-reported health"); (2) the mean number of physically unhealthy days per month for adults ("physical unhealthy days"); (3) the mean number of mentally unhealthy days per month for adults ("mental unhealthy days"); and (4) the percent of live births with birthweight <2,500 g ("low birth weight").
Healthcare workers who are thriving in three or more elements are more likely to be at work every day, because they have fewer unhealthy days that prevent them from doing their usual activities than do those with lower well-being.
Because the CDC HRQOL-14 measure does not yield an overall HRQOL score, the specific questions from the "core" and "symptoms" modules were used to create four HRQOL variables; perceived general health, number of unhealthy days, number of healthy days, and overall HRQOL.