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Quality of life and its correlates in Central India COMMUNITY MEDICINE

  title={Quality of life and its correlates in Central India COMMUNITY MEDICINE},
  author={Sourabh Saxena and Palash Jyoti Misra and S VishwanathN and Ravi Prasad Varma and Biju Soman},
Many a times the terms Quality of Life (QOL), subjective well being/well being, happiness, life satisfaction, good life are used synonymously, they do overlap conceptually [1]. However QOL is a multidimensional rather than unidirectional concept. It looks into many domains and facets that have an impact on lifestyle. Every culture has different factors affecting QOL like in Japan interpersonal trust is significantly associated with QOL [2.] Quality of life as a measure of health is therefore a… 

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