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Improving diet and physical activity: 12 lessons from controlling tobacco smoking

Improving diet and physical activity: 12 lessons from controlling tobacco smoking Education and debate Improving diet and physical activity: 12 lessons from controlling tobacco smoking Derek Yach, Martin McKee, Alan D Lopez, Tom Novotny for Oxford Vision 2020 On behalf of Oxford Vision 2020, a partnership dedicated to preventing the forecast worldwide growth of chronic diseases, the authors suggest that 12 lessons learnt from attempts to control tobacco smoking could be used to tackle the chronic disease epidemics evolving from unhealthy diets and a lack of physical activity Yale University, New This year three new books have been published about Haven, CT, USA the progress made globally in research, policy, and Derek Yach 1–3 actions to control tobacco smoking. In addition, Sir professor of public health Richard Doll reported this year on 50 years of follow- ing British doctors to document the impact of smoking London School of Hygiene and on their health. We have reviewed the evidence and Tropical Medicine, approaches taken to control tobacco smoking, well London described in these new texts, because of the rapid glo- Martin McKee professor of European bal increase in the risk factors of unhealthy diets and public health lack of physical activity. As part of the Oxford Vision University of 2020 process, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BMJ British Medical Journal

Improving diet and physical activity: 12 lessons from controlling tobacco smoking

BMJ , Volume 330 (7496) – Apr 16, 2005

Improving diet and physical activity: 12 lessons from controlling tobacco smoking

BMJ , Volume 330 (7496) – Apr 16, 2005

Abstract

Education and debate Improving diet and physical activity: 12 lessons from controlling tobacco smoking Derek Yach, Martin McKee, Alan D Lopez, Tom Novotny for Oxford Vision 2020 On behalf of Oxford Vision 2020, a partnership dedicated to preventing the forecast worldwide growth of chronic diseases, the authors suggest that 12 lessons learnt from attempts to control tobacco smoking could be used to tackle the chronic disease epidemics evolving from unhealthy diets and a lack of physical activity Yale University, New This year three new books have been published about Haven, CT, USA the progress made globally in research, policy, and Derek Yach 1–3 actions to control tobacco smoking. In addition, Sir professor of public health Richard Doll reported this year on 50 years of follow- ing British doctors to document the impact of smoking London School of Hygiene and on their health. We have reviewed the evidence and Tropical Medicine, approaches taken to control tobacco smoking, well London described in these new texts, because of the rapid glo- Martin McKee professor of European bal increase in the risk factors of unhealthy diets and public health lack of physical activity. As part of the Oxford Vision University of 2020 process,

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
Copyright
© 2005 BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.
ISSN
0959-8138
eISSN
1468-5833
DOI
10.1136/bmj.330.7496.898
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Abstract

Education and debate Improving diet and physical activity: 12 lessons from controlling tobacco smoking Derek Yach, Martin McKee, Alan D Lopez, Tom Novotny for Oxford Vision 2020 On behalf of Oxford Vision 2020, a partnership dedicated to preventing the forecast worldwide growth of chronic diseases, the authors suggest that 12 lessons learnt from attempts to control tobacco smoking could be used to tackle the chronic disease epidemics evolving from unhealthy diets and a lack of physical activity Yale University, New This year three new books have been published about Haven, CT, USA the progress made globally in research, policy, and Derek Yach 1–3 actions to control tobacco smoking. In addition, Sir professor of public health Richard Doll reported this year on 50 years of follow- ing British doctors to document the impact of smoking London School of Hygiene and on their health. We have reviewed the evidence and Tropical Medicine, approaches taken to control tobacco smoking, well London described in these new texts, because of the rapid glo- Martin McKee professor of European bal increase in the risk factors of unhealthy diets and public health lack of physical activity. As part of the Oxford Vision University of 2020 process,

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BMJBritish Medical Journal

Published: Apr 16, 2005

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