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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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The Ecological Economics Approach to Sustainability" for better understanding and searching the scope of natural capital for sustainable use and ensuring human well-being [10].
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The Review, rightly in my view, takes it that the trade-off among the well-being between the present US and the future THEMs should be, roughly speaking, one-to-one, or in other words, that we should not discount future generations' well-beings simply because those generations will appear only in the future.
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After interacting with their loved ones, our seniors are in better spirits; they sleep better; and it even improves their physical well-beings," Caffey stated.