- manier van leven; manier van leven; manier van leven; gedrag; wijze waarop iem. in maatschappelijk opzicht leeft, in zijn onderhoud voorziet enz.
- a manner of living that reflects the person's values and attitudes
- I am accustoming to this life style.
- She has a healthy life style
- Their traditional life style no longer exists.
- Now I am enjoying my new life style.
- Prof. Smith is famous for his eccentric life style.
- It is very difficult to persuade people to change their life style.
- We can get a glimpse of the life style of ancient people from this wall painting.
- Pizza is the kind of food that fits into today's life style.
- Advertisements in general in specialised press (gastronomy — life style)
- For the latter, the focus will be on multidisciplinary approaches including genetics, life style and epidemiology.
- identification and assessment of novel bio-informatic methodologies in support to ‘omics’ approaches, integrating physiological responses modulated by individual susceptibility and life style factors,
- In cooperation with the activities under the Community public health programme, with the relevant EU agencies and with the international organisations competent in the field of public health statistics (WHO, OECD and UNECE), the focus is on the further development and implementation of the methodology, in particular in the fields of health status, health determinants (such as life style and environmental factors), health care (including health expenditures) and causes of death.
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