Legacy of the games

06:40 EDT 29 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

This week we’ re looking at the legacy of large sports events - with the 2012 Olympic games costing £9bn, and that cost being justified by saying how great an impact the games will have on the health of the nation. We talk to Gerry McCartney about his systematic review of the evidence for those claims. Antibiotic resistance is a major problem, and...

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