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quality of life

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquality of lifequality of lifeCHARACTER OF somethinghow good or bad your life is, shown for example by whether or not you are happy, healthy, able to do what you want etc drugs that improve the quality of life for very ill patients quality
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quality of lifeQuality of life could be improved for many of the terminally ill patients.The simple answer, of course, is safety and quality of life.The crucial question for Henzler is which of these capitalist systems will give its people the best quality of life.The factors or aspects of life which determine quality of life and risk will vary between individuals.I like a good quality of life, whatever name you want to give to that.The city's low population and openness contribute to the high quality of life in Phoenix.One must look at the quality of life that diabetics and their carers have.Old buildings and streets, well cared for and adapted to today's needs, vastly enhance the quality of life.Communication disorders are a source of considerable frustration and undoubtedly interfere with the quality of life.A: First, all of the socioeconomic issues; because that deals with quality of life.
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