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1 "We both took early retirement because of ill-health and live on our local government and civil service pensions, plus incapacity benefits - all of which are paid in pounds, " says George.
2 Without that progress, insecurity and ill-health will be perpetuated.
3 Mr Kim's own ill-health, and a belated bid to install his unknown third son as dauphin, only heighten uncertainty.
4 So, if the social dimension of ill-health has been acknowledged for decades, why do these inequalities persist?
5 These various complaints are part of a continuum of ill-health.
6 The linking of these two stories reminds us how sickness and ill-health are universal; we all, regardless of social status or bank balance, need access to health care at some stage in our lives.
7 The Ministry of Health is developing a national plan to prevent and control chronic diseases, which recognises obesity as a key risk factor for ill-health.
8 Russia's economy would fall off a cliff if energy prices slumped and its population, racked by ill-health and inequality, is shrinking by up to 800,000 a year.
9 They are doing this in the context of defining and confronting major underlying causes of ill-health in the twenty-first century.
10 Even if eat a much red food again, physical endowment ill-health, having no vigorous words, metabolism and fat to burn all can not successfully carry on.
11 As well as surveying the statistical evidence on the increase in sexual and reproductive ill-health, the series highlights the importance of understanding sexual behaviour.
12 Lack of appropriate feeding in early childhood is a major risk factor for ill-health throughout the course of life.
13 The majority of the papers (14) examined self-reported non-specific symptoms of ill-health.
14 The cause, he said, was poverty,[www.Sentencedict.com] bad nourishment and general ill-health.
15 Suicide and mental health disorders contribute significantly to the burden of ill-health and death in all regions.
16 Too many mothers and children in the world are dying or suffering from the effects of ill-health, poor nutrition and inadequate health care.
17 Lack of appropriate feeding can set up risk factors for ill-health.
18 Monitoring and evaluating the burden of maternal and newborn ill-health and its impact on societies and their socio-economic development.
19 They call for greater efforts to tackle the links between sexual and reproductive ill-health and poverty, gender inequalities and negative social attitudes.
20 Many of you cited poverty - together with malnutrition - as a breeding ground for ill-health.
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