excellent , full , good , perfect
bad , declining , delicate , failing , fragile , frail , ill , poor
He had to retire due to ill ~.
general , overall
mental , physical , sexual
environmental , occupational
environmental ~ officers
There is no threat to public ~ from this paint.
verb + health
enjoy , have
She's never really enjoyed good ~.
ensure , look after ( esp. BrE ) , maintain , protect
You need to maintain your physical and mental ~.
enhance , improve
ways to improve the nation's general ~
a campaign to promote better ~ in the workplace
recover , regain , restore
nurse sb back to , restore sb to
She was nursed back to full ~.
Doctors worked for weeks to restore him to ~.
damage , harm , ruin , undermine
endanger , risk , threaten
Some athletes are prepared to risk their ~ to win a medal.
health + verb
Her ~ gradually improved.
deteriorate , fail , worsen
His ~ began to fail under the heavy pressures of the job.
health + noun
How is primary ~ care best delivered?
community ~ care(see also health service )
authority ( esp. BrE ) , board ( esp. BrE ) , department
the local ~ authority ( BrE )
issue , needs , problem
hazard , risk
the ~ benefits of physical activity
centre/center , clinic , facilities
a community ~ centre/center
insurance , plan
private ~ insurance
~ food stores
official , professional , visitor ( in the UK ) , worker
Health visitors give families support for infant care and development.
The air quality was so bad that the government issued a ~ warning.
minister ( BrE )
bad for your ~ , good for your ~
Smoking is bad for your ~.
~ and safety
~ and safety at work
(not) in the best of ~ , in good ~ , in poor ~
He was in much better ~.
sb's state of ~ ( esp. BrE )
He is unable to travel far because of his state of ~.