Kiān-khong

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Kiān-khong (健康; Eng-bûn: health) he̍k-chiá khong-kiān (康健) kóng-ê sī seng-bu̍t kò-thé ê kong-lêng-sèng hām tāi-siā hāu-lu̍t ê chúi-pêng. Tùi jîn-lūi lâi kóng, kiān-khong kóng-ê sī kò-jîn ia̍h-sī kûn-thé bīn-tùi seng-lí, sim-lí ia̍h-sī siā-hōe ê thiau-chiàn sî, sek-èng kap chū-ngó͘ koán-lí ê lêng-le̍k.[1][2] Sè-kài Oē-seng Cho͘-chit tī 1946 nî tēng-gī kóng-gī ê kiān-khong sī "Kiān-khong m̄ kan-na sī chèng-thâu he̍k-chiá hi-jio̍k ê siau-tû, kiān-khong iā pau-hâm thé-keh, cheng-sîn iáu-ū siā-hōe ê oân-choân kiān-khong chōng-thài".[3][4] Chit-ê tēng-gī ū siong-tong ê cheng-gī, te̍k-pia̍t sī tī si̍t-bū siōng chin bô lī-piān, kî-tiong i só͘ sú-iōng ê "oân-choân" it sû iā ín-khí siong-koan būn-tê ê sán-seng.[5][6] Āu-lâi, iā ū siong-koan cho͘-chit thê-chhut sin-ê tēng-gī, ū chi̍t-kóa tēng-gī kā kiān-khong hām kò-jîn ê boán-chiok sio koan-liân.[7][8]

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  2. http://savenhshomeopathy.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Huber-Definition-Health-BMJ-21.pdf
  3. World Health Organization. 1946. WHO definition of Health, Preamble to the Constitution of the World Health Organization as adopted by the International Health Conference, New York, 19–22 June 1946; signed on 22 July 1946 by the representatives of 61 States (Official Records of the World Health Organization, no. 2, p. 100) and entered into force on 7 April 1948.
  4. World Health Organization. 2006. Constitution of the World Health Organization - Basic Documents, Forty-fifth edition, Supplement, October 2006.
  5. Callahan D. (1973). "The WHO definition of 'health'". The Hastings Center Studies 1 (3): 77–87. JSTOR 3527467. doi:10.2307/3527467. 
  6. Taylor S, Marandi A (2008). "How should health be defined?". BMJ 337: a290. PMID 18614520. doi:10.1136/bmj.a290. 
  7. Bellieni CV, Buonocore G. (2009). "Pleasing desires or pleasing wishes? A new approach to pain definition". Ethics Med 25 (1). 
  8. Sport, Disability and an Original Definition of Health. Zenit.org (February 27, 2013).