Author : Great Britain. Department of Health
Genre : Medical
Publisher : The Stationery Office
ISBN : 010163742X
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Chapter headings: 1 The time for action on health and health inequalities 2 Health in the consumer society 3 Children and young people - starting on the right path 4 Local communities leading for health 5 Health as a way of life 6 A health-promoting NHS 7 Work and health 8 Making it happen - national and local delivery.

Author : Rebecca Rovay-Hazelton
Genre : Health
Publisher : Lulu.com
ISBN : 9780557439430
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File Download : 235 page

Choosing Health: A One-Size-Doesn't-Fit-All Guide To Diet, Exercise & Motivation is a how-to book that teaches people how to turn mundane decisions about food and exercise into opportunities for choosing healthier lives. Choosing Health takes readers on a journey of self-exploration to understand how to take charge of their health. By the end of the book, readers will have a bag full of tools to improve their health, and the motivation to use their new tools. Find out more at www.choosinghealthnow.com

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Genre : Consumer education
Publisher :
ISBN : UCR:31210013197601
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ISBN : STANFORD:36105050605380
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Author : Muriel R. Gillick
Genre : Family & Relationships
Publisher : Harvard University Press
ISBN : 0674128125
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File Download : 240 page

Includes bibliographical referecnes and index

Author : April Lynch
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : Pearson Higher Ed
ISBN : 9780321830203
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File Download : 501 page

This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. Choosing Health uses student stories, social-networking tools, and a wealth of online resources to speak to today's students better than any other personal health textbook. With its magazine-style design and inclusion of real student stories (both online and in the printed text), this text is the one that you can most relate to–and the one that will most inspire you to choose a healthy lifestyle.¿¿ Health-related stories from real college students are woven throughout the book, accompanied by videos of real students on the book's companion website. A "Health Online" feature points you to online podcasts, videos, and resources related to health topics and encourages them to become a part of Choosing Health's lively online health community via Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. The text also provides unique, practical tools to help you see the relevance of health education and make informed decisions about their lifestyle choices. An ultra-modern, magazine-style design encourages you to read, and the writing style is conversational and student-friendly without watering down content or academic rigor.

Author : Cerys Evans
Genre : Education
Publisher : Crimson Publishing
ISBN : 9781844555673
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Not sure what to do after your GCSEs? Are you overwhelmed by the options? Choosing Your A Levels is the only impartial guide which will clearly provide you with all your options post-16. Whether you have decided to study A Levels, an advanced diploma or any other further education qualification, this comprehensive guide will help you take the next steps in your education. If you want more advice on which subjects to take or whether you want to learn more about how they are structured, Choosing Your A Levels provides you with all the information you need to make tough choices and continue into further education. Containing the latest information on AS Levels this book will successfully guide you into further education. Choosing Your A Levels is easy to navigate if you want information about a particular qualification or as a detailed overview of all the major post-16 further education options. Inside you'll find: * Guidance on choosing the right qualification for you and indications of what the different qualifications can lead to * A directory of subjects by qualification for quick reference * Exam tips and preparation to ease the pressure * Advice to help you succeed when you get there Students all have different strengths, so Choosing Your A Levels explains the involvement and details of each qualification showing how each qualification suits different learning styles. This means you have all the information you need at your fingertips to make a personal and informed choice matching yourself with a qualification that works with your strengths, whether they are practical skills or personal attributes, for a successful post-16 education. For more help and advice on choosing other post-16 qualifications please see other titles in the series; Choosing Your Apprenticeship and Choosing Your Diploma.

Author : Pippa Mattinson
Genre : Pets
Publisher : Random House
ISBN : 9781473550254
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File Download : 224 page

From the bestselling author of The Happy Puppy Handbook comes the definitive guide to choosing the perfect puppy for you. Ready for an adorable puppy in your life? With over 200 breeds to choose from, picking your new life companion can be hard. But the dog of your dreams is out there, and Choosing the Perfect Puppy is here to help you find it. In this book you will discover: - How to compare pedigree with mixed breeds - At-a-glance information on the most popular dog breeds in the world - How to choose the best place to start searching - How to choose the right puppy from a litter And many more tips to find the perfect pooch to complete your life! Written by dog-training expert and puppy enthusiast Pippa Mattinson, this book tells you everything you need to know before you welcome a new puppy into your life.

Author : California. Public Employees' Retirement System. Health Benefits Division
Genre : Government employees' health insurance
Publisher :
ISBN : STANFORD:36105128836595
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Author : Christine Stephens
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN : 9780335236947
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File Download : 253 page

"Stephens' important and timely book provides an urgently needed and insightful synthesis of the previously fragmented field of community health psychology. A wide range of case material from both rich and poor countries is framed within a skilfully articulated set of debates around core issues of theory, practice, research and ethics. This text should be compulsory reading for all practitioners and students of health promotion." Professor Catherine Campbell, Health, Community and Development Group, London School of Economics Can the health of individuals be improved through community health programmes? How can community health promotion programmes be more effective? How is health awareness measured and evaluated? In recent years, health promoters have focused their attention not just on individual lifestyle change, but on daily social and physical conditions that surround the individual. They are now looking towards lifestyle change based on community or socially-based interventions. This book argues for the importance of theoretical explanations that inform investigations of the social context of daily life, the social relations that affect opportunities for healthy lives, and the needs of communities. Examining theories from a critical and values oriented perspective, it looks at current theories of health and health promotion, and discusses why health inequalities exist. The book includes a practical grounding, using examples of community health promotion practice, such as community arts and local community models, based on material and research from Britain, New Zealand, Canada, the USA and South America. The media's role in health promotion is also investigated, drawing on current media theory and examining media representation and the public's interpretative response. Issues surrounding the evaluation of health promotion programmes are also discussed. Health Promotion: A Psychosocial Approach provides a critical and theoretical basis for practice in social and community approaches to health promotion. It is key reading for postgraduate students of health psychology or community psychology, as well as qualified practitioners in public health areas who are developing theory based community programmes.