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The results of Pearson coefficient about women citizens indicate that there isn't significant relationship between women's quality of life with sport physical activity, leisure physical activity and work physical activity.
An introduction to quality of life assessment in oncology: the value of measuring patient-reported outcomes.
Participants were required to complete a generic quality of life questionnaire.
Kim speculated that prior poor quality of life might have raised the risk of developing kleptomania and pathological gambling.
The major responsibility of the advisory committee involves developing a method for measuring the quality of life in the community, setting a baseline, and monitoring its status.
if quality of life will be related to the frequency of social comparisons; and
Outcomes tools available by subspecialty for head and neck diseases include general health measures, such as the SF-36, (12) and the European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer Quality of Life Questionnaire (EORTC-QLQ).
A recent study of young patients with spina bifida found no linear inverse correlation between quality of life and level of disability, as measured by daily activities, functional abilities, and walking ability (Padua et al.
In this regard, quality of life has become a widely acclaimed patient outcome.
36% feel that the state of the health service is one of the five most important issues affecting their quality of life, closely followed by crime levels (32%);
This includes studies that help elucidate the relationships of levels and change in behavior to health, functional competence, and quality of life of older adults.

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