This quantity offers an summary of the real healthiness merchandising and disorder prevention theories, equipment, and coverage matters. functions of those theories and techniques are reviewed to advertise well-being via numerous channels, for numerous disorder results, and between quite a few populations. it may be used as a textual content for introductory factors to the sector of healthiness merchandising and sickness prevention, in addition to a reference for researchers and practitioner's actively operating during this area.
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