ill health


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It aims to provide transport to those residents of Calderdale and Kirklees who cannot access existing forms of transport provision for reasons of ill health, isolation, disability, poverty or social exclusion.
New Delhi [India], Jan 30 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Suraj Pal Amu, who was referred to Rohtak's Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) due to ill health, has been discharged and brought back to Gurugram's Bhondsi jail on Tuesday.
Workplace injuries and new cases of ill health cost the country PS14.
As the report points out, employer action on mental ill health is intrinsically measureable.
As the report highlights, the vast majority of us will experience mental ill health at some point.
I would go much further back than that despite frequently hearing in the 1950s and 60s the big tobacco companies stating that there was no scientific evidence that smoking causes ill health.
I want our communities to know we are doing all we can to make sure that mental ill health is being tackled.
During a concentrated two-week drive which began yesterday, the Health and Safety Executive will make unannounced visits across the country, focusing on ill health on construction sites.
David Rawlins, RoSPA's awards manager, said: "RoSPA firmly believes that organisations that demonstrate commitment to continuous improvement in accident and ill health prevention deserve recognition.
Mental ill health poses a considerable imposition on society directly and indirectly.
Richard said that by transferring his fund from an employer scheme to another type of pension and taking into account his ill health, he was able to increase his pension lump sum by 25% and also increase his pension income by a huge 75% for life.