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Possible Answers: EASE, SAKE, WEAL, HEALTH, PHYSICALFITNESS.
Random information on the term “EASE”:
Enhanced Acoustic Simulator for Engineers (EASE) is an engineering design and analysis software for optimizing acoustics. The full product is licensed and copy protected. It can perform complex analysis in three-dimensional space. There is a free-to-use web-based version available for two-dimensional analysis with limited geometry options.
Random information on the term “WEAL”:
WSJS (600 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station licensed to Winston-Salem, North Carolina and broadcasting to the Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point media market. It airs a News/Talk and Sports radio format, with national news supplied by CBS Radio News. WSJS is owned by the Curtis Media Group and its slogan is “The Triad’s News Radio”, where “Triad” refers to the Piedmont Triad. The station has a news sharing relationship with the Piedmont Triad’s NBC-TV Network affiliate, WXII-TV Channel 12. Both WXII-TV and WSJS were co-owned until 1972 and both stations used to share the same WSJS call letters. WSJS has studios and offices on West Fifth Street and its transmitter is near Robinhood Road, both in Winston-Salem. The station operates with 5,000 watts day & night.
In 1929, entrepreneur and radio engineer Doug Lee began talking with Owen Moon, publisher of the two Winston-Salem newspapers, The Winston-Salem Journal and The Twin City Sentinel. The call letters refer to the newspapers, “Winston-Salem Journal” plus “Sentinel”.
Random information on the term “HEALTH”:
Social support is the perception and actuality that one is cared for, has assistance available from other people, and that one is part of a supportive social network. These supportive resources can be emotional (e.g., nurturance), tangible (e.g., financial assistance), informational (e.g., advice), or companionship (e.g., sense of belonging) and intangible (e.g., personal advice).
Social support can be measured as the perception that one has assistance available, the actual received assistance, or the degree to which a person is integrated in a social network. Support can come from many sources, such as family, friends, pets, neighbors, coworkers, organizations, etc. Government-provided social support is often referred to as public aid.
Social support is studied across a wide range of disciplines including psychology, medicine, sociology, nursing, public health, and social work. Social support has been linked to many benefits for both physical and mental health, but social support is not always beneficial.