HRQOL is calculated as the difference between 30 days and the amount of days on the answers to questions 2 and 3. The 1993–1996 index value was equal to an average of 24.7 days, while the less educated respondents had less “healthy” days per month.

1.3.2.g Quality of Life Index of the World Organization Health

Previous HRQOL-index is not the only indicator of evaluating the health of society. The health status of the population has always been one of the most important components of quality of life, in the first place, because of its relevance to the natural man, and second, because of its strong ties with other private categories of quality of life (material well-being, education level, the degree of criminalization of society, etc.). The characteristics ...

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