HEALTH


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HEALTHHelp Efficient, Accessible, Low Cost, Timely Health Care Act
HEALTHHelp End Addiction to Lethal Tobacco Habits Act
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Disease and health require as their subject the body of an animal; white and black require a body, without further qualification; justice and injustice require as their subject the human soul.
But the pleasure I feel in having my own health drunk by you would not be perfect if we did not drink the health of my grandfather, who has filled the place of both parents to me.
Old men and dull dispirited young ones who looked at her, after being in her company and talking to her a little while, felt as if they too were becoming, like her, full of life and health.
I wish to drink to the health of Edmond and the lovely Mercedes.
We shall soon have you among us once more, and then, heedless one, beware how you trifle again with that best of heaven's gifts, your health.
Strength, health, superabundance of animal spirits and power, are regarded with hate, suspicion, and fear by the subordinate class.
One class live to the utility of the symbol, esteeming health and wealth a final good.
She found that the medicine did really diminish, but it did not occur to her that the boy was mending the health of a crack in the sitting-room floor with it.
Only Ellen and I were disputing concerning your health.
I found he was an old sailor, kept a public-house, knew all the seafaring men in Bristol, had lost his health ashore, and wanted a good berth as cook to get to sea again.
Now they seated themselves at the table, and one of them took up a goblet filled with wine, and said, 'A health to my father
As for myself," adds the curtain, "I am altogether in good health and spirits, glory be to God