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Abstract: Dietary data were obtained during a community‐based study of risk factors for heart disease in 1983. Results were compared for men and women in broadly defined socioeconomic groups based on occupation and education. People in higher status occupation groups and with more education, and...
Abstract: New Zealand food shoppers' nutrition and food concerns and attitudes to cholesterol screening were assessed during four consecutive surveys. Over 1000 shoppers were interviewed during each survey, as part of the evaluation of the Heart Food Festival in 1988‐89. Over two thirds of the...
Abstract: There is a high incidence of nutrition‐related diseases amongst Aborigines living in remote areas. An outline of the corporate food and nutrition policy of the Arnhemland Progress Association is given to demonstrate the potential for positive strategies in remote area stores. The...
Abstract: Nutritional surveillance means to watch over nutrition in order to make decisions and take actions to improve nutrition in populations. The information obtained through the surveillance system can be used in at least four areas–policy analysis, planning, program management and...
Abstract: In August 1989 we surveyed a household sample of 500 adults from 84 randomly selected census collector districts in metropolitan and rural New South Wales about their support for ‘alcohol control policies’ that aim to reduce the prevalence of alcohol‐related problems by lowering...
Abstract: The Australian food and nutrition system can be seen as composed of four subsystems: production; processing and distribution; consumption; and nutrition. The production subsystem has a large number of producers and is largely export‐oriented. Processing is domestically focused, with a...
A textbook of preventive medicine John McNeil, Richard King, Garry Jennings and John Powles (eds)
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