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well-being

A state of health, happiness and prosperity, which is affected by various factors, including: a balanced diet, regular exercise, supportive relationships, adequate financial resources, stimulating work, education and leisure activity, health monitoring, preventive services (e.g., screening and vaccination), and risk management to protect individuals and promote personal safety.

well-being (of trial subjects)

A clinical trials term or art referring to the physical and mental integrity of the subjects participating in a clinical trial.
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Colleen Reilly, president and founder of Total Well-Being, will join Telligen Health Management Solutions as vice president, employee well-being, along with her team of engagement and well-being experts.
From Aristotle to the HSE, the above accounts suggest that the positive influences for well-being may not have changed dramatically over the centuries.
First, it is proposed that an individual's overall QOL represents a summative evaluation of satisfaction or well-being in a number of life domains, and particularly those that are of greater personal importance (or are more highly central) to the individual.
While law enforcement professionals should possess a strong sense of duty and responsibility for the public's welfare, they must not forget the well-being of their families, friends, and, most important, themselves.
We shall be considerate of the happiness and well-being of others.
Acknowledging a child's emotions will ultimately be beneficial to the child's sense of self and well-being, but along the way, it can be hard for parents to come face to face with what their kids are going through.
Although often confused with it, the golden rule is not the maxim of reciprocity captured in the classical do ut des - "I give so that you will give in return" - but rather a unilateral moral commitment to the well-being of the other.
Of course, good education requires the development of such potentialities in ways suitable to this well-being. But the development of any or all of these potentialities is not sufficient, though necessary, to create individual and social well-being.
Gender differences in reported well-being -- an aspect of personal experience closely related to self-esteem -- also prove tricky to study, Adelson observes.
He is on several committees for Family Residences & Essential Enterprises, Inc., a not-for-profit organization whose mission it is to integrate individuals with disabilities into the community with a sense of dignity and well-being.
What symbol might incorporate wishes for my own country's well-being but also go beyond that to include the whole world?
Such factors have helped propel the ever-tightening regulation of research, stifling the creativity that is its essence and posing a threat to the human well-being that is its goal.