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The art of being healthy: a qualitative study to develop a thematic framework for understanding the relationship between health and the arts
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    Spiritual dimension of health

    The authors (1) have addressed three major aspects of health related to physical, mental and social well being as per World Health Organization's (WHO) definition of health. All these three aspects have been included very well in the conceptual model developed by the authors. However, another dimension of health viz. spiritual health has not found a place in the conceptualization.

    According to Puchalski CM (2),...

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