Health should be seen as more than simply a life without illness. The World Health Organization (WHO) acknowledges this in its definition of health. WHO defines health as a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Yet, this can leave us with further questions, such as: What more health does involve, and what can we do to support more holistic health and wellbeing? This post is the ninth in a series highlighting the best resources from each of the ten categories in our Wellbeing Database. The series has so far explored wellbeing in relation to the environment, education, food, economy, community, family, work and ethics. This post follows with a summary some of the best resources relating to health and wellbeing.