Ecological public health

07:42 EDT 27 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

Over the decades public health has had many incarnations. Geof Rayner and Tim Lang (Center for Food Policy) argue that public health today needs an overhaul, and to focus on our co-existence with nature and relationships with each other. They explain why, and how. Many of the issues Dr Rayner and Professor Lang are concerned about are being taken...

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