The Responsibility to Be Healthy
Congressional Record 1978 August 1; 124(118): S12295-S12296
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Purcell, Megan (2010-12)Childhood obesity and chronic disease rates continue to climb, but policy and programme responses are mainly limited to education and awareness activities. These encourage individuals to make responsible lifestyle choices. ...
Books in Brief: Health Promotion and Behaviour Change Reviews of PROMOTING HEALTHY BEHAVIOUR: HOW MUCH FREEDOM? WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY? , Edited by Daniel Callahan; TAILORING HEALTH MESSAGES: CUSTOMIZING COMMUNICATION WITH COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY, By Matthew Kreuter, David Farrell, Laura Olevitch and Laura Brennan; REFRAMING HEALTH BEHAVIOUR CHANGE WITH BEHAVIOURAL ECONOMICS, Edited by Warren K. Bickel and Rudy E. Vuchinich; EVALUATING HEALTH PROMOTION: PRACTICE and METHODS, Edited by Margaret Thorogood and Yolanda Coombes; and TELEMEDICINE and TELEHEALTH: PRINCIPLES, POLICIES, PERFORMANCES, and PITFALLS, by Adam William Darkins and Margaret Ann Cary Unknown creator (2000-08)
Human Well-Being: Will Health Promotion Strategies Meet This Goal? Review of an ETHIC for HEALTH PROMOTION: RETHINKING the SOURCES of HUMAN WELL-BEING, by David R. Buchanan; PROMOTING HEALTHY BEHAVIOR: HOW MUCH FREEDOM? WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY? , Edited by Daniel Callahan Connelly, Julia E. (2001-03)