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well-being

noun abounding in riches, affluent, blooming, booming, comfortable, established, flourishing, fortunate, lucky, moneyed, profiting, providential, rich, safety, security, successful, thriving, wealthy, well-off, welllituated well-to-do
See also: benefit, betterment, boom, health, prosperity, welfare
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The deal integrates Total Well-Being's engagement and well-being solutions with Telligen's clinically-focused care management programmes.
While law enforcement professionals should possess a strong sense of duty and responsibility for the public's welfare, they must not forget the well-being of their families, friends, and, most important, themselves.
Progress toward increased human well-being cannot flourish amid such self-doubt.
In personal morality, "basic respect" constitutes a core commitment to the well-being and dignity of others that is independent of individual taste, advantage, mood, or moral approbation.
Even if we could acquire the necessary knowledge, the record of history inspires little confidence that humans in positions of responsibility will use their power generally to improve the health and well-being of those under their authority.
But to take pleasure from making things go better for others presupposes that one independently values their well-being, else there would be no pleasure in helping them.
To my surprise, nowhere did I see a mention of what I consider to be the most important Israeli contribution to the security and well-being of the United States and its European allies.
The Silver award is given to companies who not only demonstrate a commitment to improving employee health and well-being, but who also demonstrate the impact of these programs on the success of the company.