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[[Image:Painting showing opisthotonos in a patient suffering from tetanus by Sir Charles Bell.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Painting showing [[spasm]]s in a patient suffering from tetanus by Sir [[Charles Bell]] ([[1809]]).]] [[Image:Painting showing opisthotonos in a patient suffering from tetanus by Sir Charles Bell.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Painting showing [[spasm]]s in a patient suffering from tetanus by Sir [[Charles Bell]] ([[1809]]).]]
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-:"[[What is Classical is healthy; what is Romantic is sick]]." --[[Goethe]].  
# The [[state]] of being free of [[physical]] or [[psychological]] [[disease]], [[illness]], or [[malfunction]]. # The [[state]] of being free of [[physical]] or [[psychological]] [[disease]], [[illness]], or [[malfunction]].

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"What is Classical is healthy; what is Romantic is sick [...]." --Goethe

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  1. The state of being free of physical or psychological disease, illness, or malfunction.
  2. Physical condition.
  3. Emotional condition.
  4. Well-being, wellness.
  5. A toast to prosperity.
    Example: To your health!

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