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Observed changes in eating and drinking behaviors in economically developing countries are associated with increase of obesity and related chronic diseases. Researchers from field of public health (PH) have attributed this problem to food processing and have created new food classification systems to support their thesis. These classifications conceptually(More)
This article explores the supposition that the efficacy and impact of public health interventions targeting behavioral and lifestyle factors can be improved by developing interventions that combine scientific advances in behavior change theory with advances in information technology. It is noted that programs of the public health revolution which began(More)
J. Med. Entomot. 31(5); 754-756 (1994) ABSTRACT Eight species ofectoparasites collected from 166 commensal rodents, including Rattus rattus (L.), Rattus norvegicus (Berkenhout), and Mus musculus (L.), from January December 1986, in Huambo, Angola. The oriental rat flea, Xenopsylla cheopis (Rothschild), the predominant species with respect to intensity and(More)
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