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ill health

A state of sickness. It's always sad to lose a loved one, but my grandmother was in ill health for a long time, so at least her suffering is over now.
See also: health, ill
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Amu was admitted to the hospital, after he complained of ill health on the day he was to be produced before a Haryana court over his statements on the recently released film 'Padmaavat'.
Martin Temple, HSE chairman, said: "These latest figures should act as a spur to reduce the impact of ill health and injury on Britain's workforce and businesses, and we cannot rest on our reputation.
7,8) Risk factors for mental ill health in adulthood date back to childhood where these factors can be divided into those relating to the child, those relating to the family, and those related to the household itself.
If, as in this case, someone has suffered with ill health, it would be extremely rare if we couldn't offer more than the existing scheme.
And it includes short clips from people who have experienced mental ill health identifying the three key areas where improvements are most needed - primary mental health services, housing-related services and people's attitudes.
Since my ill health I've had to reduce my working hours.
Coffee House Cafe for sale due to serious ill health of owner.
Senate secretariat sources confirming the resignation told that Dr Leghari in his resignation has said that due to his ill health he is unable to fulfil his responsibilities in the senate.
The study explores links between long-term ill health and dimensions of poverty in four ethnic groups--Bangladeshis, Pakistanis, White English, and Ghanaians.
In the West Midlands, 39 per cent of 218,220 people claiming incapacity benefit fell into the category of mental ill health.
Citing political inflexibility, male domination, and war, the report reveals deep-seated discrimination against women across the region: half of all women are illiterate, fewer than 80 percent of girls go to secondary school, women hold only 10 percent of high government positions, and women suffer more overall ill health than men.
He adds, "Despite the current economic boom, if we fail to address the root causes of ill health, we will become a more socially divided, rather than inclusive city".
With circulation at a peak of 73,000, ill health forced Stone to close (not sell) the newsletter in 1971.
A report published by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) shows that an estimated two million British workers suffer ill health, which they believe was caused or made worse by work.