Evaluating the Risk of Harm of Weight-Related Public Messages

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Campaigns and resources that provide weight-related messages may lead to unintended consequences. This resource considers obesity, overweight, and weight gain prevention public health messages in relation to eating disorders and disordered eating.

 

AuthorNEDC
PDF Available ?Yes
PublisherNEDC
Year2011
CountryAustralia
Is Free ?Yes

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