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1 He gave up work because of ill-health.
2 There is a direct link between poverty and ill-health.
3 Maria knew only too well that the ill-health cursing the Gulf War veterans threatened their wives and children too.
4 Children who suffer from prolonged ill-health inevitably benefit less from education than healthy children.
5 Perhaps his demise through age, ill-health or death might usher in an era of political instability.
6 Rumours of his ill-health had cast gloom over the previous weeks, and his presence - on foot - brought great applause.
7 All four are still suffering ill-health due to torture, poor diet and insanitary prison conditions.
8 The relentless grind of hard labour and ill-health had taken its toll on Booth.
9 Office workers can suffer from work-related ill-health such as repetitive strain injury.
10 These various complaints are part of a continuum of ill-health.
11 He resigned from his post on the grounds of ill-health.
12 A spokeswoman at the White House has squelched rumors about the president's ill-health.
13 Recruitment was a major source of anxiety following Boer War revelations about the high rate of recruits rejected on grounds of ill-health.
14 He had been released on parole in October 1990 on the grounds of ill-health.
15 Large groups of workers are already covered by legislation for the prevention of accidents and ill-health at work.
16 In turn,[www.Sentencedict.com] this can lead to an acceptance of physical ill-health that would not be tolerated by younger people.
17 Before you do anything else, the primary cause of the ill-health must be determined.
18 One symptom of this illness is a general feeling of ill-health and tiredness.
19 If you feel your workplace is causing you to suffer ill-health effects, then notify your line management.
20 Nothing in this article negates the evidence that poverty itself is a major contributor to ill-health.
21 Pollution, though often more insidious in its effects, can cause ill-health and even permanent intellectual impairment.
22 Rapid population growth is a problem, because it increases poverty and ill-health in societies where it occurs.
23 A key element of the work of community health workers centres around educational and organisational activities as to the causes of ill-health.
24 The Report included indeed a comprehensive set of proposals for the prevention of child and adult ill-health.
25 Policy strategies which attack the social and economic determinants of ill-health are dismissed as futile attempts at social engineering.
26 He was attentive and thoughtful, without fussing over her or searching her face for signs of tiredness or ill-health.
27 According to local press reports, he was suffering from exhaustion and ill-health.
28 Health programmes, on the other hand, are concerned, in the main, with reducing the impact of ill-health on individuals.
29 A significant proportion of the population is sensitive to milk; our obsession with this unnatural substance causes widespread ill-health.
30 But eventually it led to several notable improvements in the arrangements for the early detection of mental ill-health among faculty members.
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