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LOW prevalence of alcohol and cigarette consump tion in Asian populations has been reported, though there is come evidence that smoking is becoming more acceptable to certain groups of Asian males. We examined the smoking and alcohol drinking behaviour of 243 general practice attenders in Brad...
A SURVEY was carried out to determine students' knowledge, attitudes, and personal behaviour with respect to HIV infection; the aim was to obtain infor mation which would lead to an improved educational programme. A questionnaire was sent to every tenth full-time student on Exeter University's...
TWO hundred Vietnamese refugees living in three London boroughs were interviewed concerning their food habits and attitudes towards diet. They recalled dietary patterns in Vietnam and limitations due to food shortages. Changes in diet in this country and their attitudes towards food in relation...
A brief review of the literature on the effectiveness of health-related fitness (HRF) tests in the promotion of exercise is presented. The paper then describes one particular community project which used HRF tests as part of exercise promotion. The purpose of such a project was to give people...
ONE hundred and twenty six journalists and pro gramme-makers were interviewed to ascertain their views about the effectiveness of the Government's campaign in early 1987 to inform the public about the risks from Aids. The majority view was that it was a good all-round campaign focused on the...
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