unhealth

Related to unhealth: unhealthy lifestyle

unhealth

(ʌnˈhɛlθ)
n
ill health
References in classic literature ?
From the man's distorted body and twisted mind, in occult ways, like mists rising from malarial marshes, came emanations of the unhealth within.
There was that hint of unhealth about him that Daylight invariably sensed in his presence, while Dede, on the contrary, seemed always so robustly wholesome, radiating an atmosphere compounded of the sun and wind and dust of the open road.
BAaAaAeA ndchen, 36, emphasized that getting hit in football was unhealth
Embedded in the religious traditions are prescriptive visions of psychological health and unhealth.
unHEALTH y your partner MAKE IT COUNT BEAR in mind the recommended daily calorie allowance is 2,500 for men and 2,000 a day for women, to maintain a healthy weight (though of course, how many calories you actually need also depends on your height and muscle mass and how physically active you are).
1 2 3 4 5 6 UNSAFE SEX 1 2 3 4 5 6 NOT FOLLOWING DOCTOR'S ORDERS 1 2 3 4 5 6 UNHEALTH EATING HABITS 1 2 3 4 5 6 UNSAFE DRIVING 1 2 3 4 5 6 NOT USING SEAT BELTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 LACK OF EXERCISE 1 2 3 4 5 6 RISKY RECREATIONAL BEHAVIOR (e.
This disparity carries to the point where it is a cause of social discomfort and social unhealth.
National health care, many have touted, may very well have little to do with individual attainment of the tools necessary to prevent disease, nor the freedom to receive all the necessary aspects of care needed to treat each persons' diseased/injured/infected state of unhealth.
THAT'S MY BOY: Beth fears the letters sent out could encourage unhealth y diets PUSHED TOO FAR: Antonio Coates and mum Beth who are unhappy at Antonio being labelled "very overweight" by the NHS
She had been a ruminating, lope-legged creature, gray, with a broken coat, and though she was gentle their mother had confined her to the garage because of her smell, which was very bad, sour and rancid, symptomatic of some fundamental unhealth.
Similarly to the recovering human body, the weak (or recovering) state is regarded as an object requiring strict outside supervision and constant monitoring due to the possibility that it will backslide or slip back into its former state--one of disorder and unhealth.