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  2. Health - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health

    Health is a resource for everyday life, not the objective of living; it is a positive concept, emphasizing social and personal resources, as well as physical capacities." Thus, health referred to the ability to maintain homeostasis and recover from adverse events.

  3. Mental Health ATLAS 2020 - World Health Organization

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    The Mental Health Atlas, released every three years, is a compilation of data provided by countries around the world on mental health policies, legislation, financing, human resources, availability and utilization of services and data collection systems. It serves as a guide for countries for the development and planning of mental health services. The Mental Health Atlas 2020 includes ...

  4. Patients & Visitors - CHI Health St. Elizabeth

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    St. Elizabeth is part of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI). For more information, visit the Catholic Health Initiatives website. Excellent Services St. Elizabeth specializes in the treatment areas of newborn and pediatric care, women’s health, burn and wound, cardiology, oncology, emergency medicine, orthopedics and neuroscience.

  5. Statement by Bishop Raymond Poisson, Bishop of St-Jérôme-Mont ...

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    The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) receives the news of the passing of Her Majesty, Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, with profound sadness. I join my brother Bishops and all of the Catholic faithful of this country in praying for the repose of her soul and in extending sincerest condolences to the members of the Royal Family.

  6. About Providence in Oregon | Providence

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    Providence traces its beginnings to 1843 when a religious community of Catholic women was founded in Montreal, Quebec. Soon to be called the Sisters of Providence, this community grew from the work of a young widow, Emilie Gamelin, who dedicated her resources and ultimately her life to service for others.