3 edition of Alcohol, tobacco and obesity found in the catalog.
Alcohol, tobacco and obesity
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kirsten Bell, Darlene McNaughton and Amy Salmon|
|Series||Routledge studies in public health, Routledge studies in public health|
|LC Classifications||RA425 .A37 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2011291089|
Abuse of legal drugs (alcohol, tobacco, and pharmaceuticals) remains a leading cause of disease and death around the world. While recreational use of illegal drugs in the United States has declined, the use of drugs remains socially acceptable as levels of addiction and abuse continue to rise. Smoking and obesity are two of the most important global health risk factors. Extensive evidence is available on the broader global determinants of tobacco consumption such as trade liberalisation,1 the global marketing of tobacco,2 and smuggling.3 This has led to a comprehensive response from the global public health community, culminating in the Framework Convention on Cited by:
Comparing tobacco, alcohol and processed food industries helps outline an important research agenda. The growing prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is triggering substantial policy concern, evident, for example, in the UN high level meeting on NCDs. A previous post established that there are 18 major clusters of ways where obesity intervention seems possible. Some, like parental education and portion control, are familiar elements of Dr. Pretlow’s W8Loss2Go program.. Childhood Obesity News has of course mentioned many items on the list, such as active transport and reduced availability of calorically dense junk food. This report represents a work in progress. ACSH realizes that research in the areas of health impacts of alcoholic beverages and of tobacco products is continuing, and we will update this paper as new research and insights are received. We welcome input from readers. Public policy makers and legislators face complex challenges when evaluating regulatory and educational.
Purchase Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco in Britain - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has cancelled plans to increase duties on beer, cider, wine and spirits in his first Budget. For only the second time in 20 years, all alcohol taxes have been frozen for , while smokers face an increase of 67p on a 30g packet of hand-rolling tobacco. Includes bibliographical references and index. Addictive behaviors: Treatment of alcoholism, drug abuse, smoking, and obesity, ThePages:
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