Exploring the influence of anti-obesity public health campaigns on persons with eating disorders: A qualitative study.
About this study
The aim of this research is to explore responses to public health anti-obesity campaigns and advertisements from the perspective of body image and dieting.
Claire Bristow/0421 045 391/Claire.Bristow1@monash.edu
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