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

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Yach, Derek; McKee, Martin; Lopez, Alan D; Novotny, Tom;
(2005)

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 f... View more
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