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What Does Health Mean - Study Notes

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These study notes examine the various meanings of health from a wide array of perspectives.

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Technology Labor Social Issues Hospitality Disaster Health Environment Weather Medicine Health economics Healthcare Health policy Occupational safety and health Public health Social determinants of health Chronic Mental health Health promotion Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion
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Technology Labor Social Issues Hospitality Disaster Health Environment Weather Medicine Health economics Healthcare Health policy Occupational safety and health Public health Social determinants of health Chronic Mental health Health promotion Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion
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through which people become aware of, and make choices towards a more successful existence’ – US National Wellness Institute ‘Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity’ – WHO Dimensions of Health Physical - Efficient functioning of the body - Body’s capacity to participate in everyday activities - Absence of diseases - Body size; level of fitness, energy level, ability to recover from illnesses Mental - Ability to adapt to change and cope with adversity - Involves thinking and communication skills, the ability to learn and relate to others - Resilience and self-esteem Emotional - Ability to express emotions when they are appropriate, control them when they are not and avoid expressing them inappropriately - Ability to develop a good self-esteem, resolve conflict and maintain a realistic perspective ...
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