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We intend to make significant improvements in our buildings to ensure that existing tenants benefit from an enhanced quality of life while simultaneously positioning the Bronx as an attractive residential destination.
Yet, as citizens, as people, we yearn for and strive for freedom, an enhanced quality of life, and a sense of meaning, purpose and importance in the essence as well as the existence of our lives.
The company's award-winning Medicare Advantage health plans focus on enhanced quality of life, wellness and the prevention of functional decline.
This bill gives our service men and women the equipment they need; the enhanced quality of life they and their families deserve and the promise of a transformed force for the future," said Warner.
In addition to functional improvement, our patients' enhanced quality of life was gratifying," the report's authors said, adding, "This was not entirely unexpected, as fecal incontinence is a particularly disabling social condition.
We look forward to continuing our relationship and working together to help Aetna's members with CHF and diabetes achieve optimal health and an enhanced quality of life.
This non-invasive technology is being designed to provide the incontinence sufferer immediate symptom relief combined with a more convenient and enhanced quality of life than that achieved with other management or treatment modalities.
We've been able to document improved clinical outcomes and enhanced quality of life for kidney patients in other parts of the country, and I'm confident we'll be able to do the same for the kidney patients in the MediPass Program.