The end of the beginning for chronic disease epidemiology

Smith, George Davey
February 2010
International Journal of Epidemiology;Feb2010, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article discusses various topics published in the February 2010 issue of the "International Journal of Epidemiology" including the last article published by Jerry Morris entitled "Action Towards Healthy Living - For All," the article "Dietary Patterns and the Risk of Mortality: Impact of Cardiorespiratory Fitness," by Mariane Héroux and colleagues and a reprint of Richard LaPiere's seminal investigation on the inconsistency between what people say and what they do entitled "Attitude vs Behavior."


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