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Supporting the development of emotional health will make it more likely that the person will be able to enjoy future relationships and be economically active.
Keywords: Health Promotion, Rural Elderly Caregiver, Folk Home Remedies, Emotional Health
On questions of emotional health, however, adolescents were significantly less likely than their parents to report a negative impact.
The facility will offer specialized care to the lesbian, gay and bisexual community and mental and emotional health services.
The victim safety plan commences with notification and protection of evidence, emotional health, safety during an explosive spousal abuse incident, spousal safety while in the workplace and in public environments, and spousal safety while at home.
Emotional health can best be described as a continuum of phenomenological experiences or one's own internal experience, adaptation to life, and quality of social functioning.
Striving to enhance their physical, social, spiritual and emotional health and promote optimum independence and an active lifestyle.
Andrews, a psychologist, explores the issues in To Thine Own Self Be True: The Relationship Between Spiritual Values and Emotional Health (Doubleday, 222 pages, $12 paperback).
CHICAGO -- According to a recent national survey, "The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2010," the emotional health of college freshmen declined significantly during recent years, with the number of students saying that their "emotional health was above average," falling from 64 to 52 percent.
In the same vein, seeing a counselor is a way of getting answers to emotional health questions when we are unable to do so for ourselves.
The Jed and Clinton Health Matters Campus Program helps schools by working with them to survey everything their university is doing to support their students' emotional health, and find practical ways to augment these efforts in a comprehensive way.
American women who say they have experienced a heart attack at some point in their lives have an average Emotional Health Index score of 73, much lower than the average of 81 for women who have not had a heart attack -- a difference of eight points.