Subject: Screening | Family Practice | Research Article | Health behaviours | Smoking | Primary care | Diet | Physical activity
Background:\ud Smoking, excessive drinking, lack of exercise and a poor diet remain key causes of premature morbidity and mortality globally, yet it is not clear what proportion of patients attending for routine primary care are eligible for interventions about these be... View more
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