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Welcome to the Principles of Contemporary Health Guide

A study of public health issues as related to the community and the individual.  Cases, consequences, prevention and/or possible solutions are explored.   

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An Introduction to Community and Public Health, 8th ed - James F. McKenzie; Robert R. Pinger
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ISBN: 9781284036596
Publication Date: 2014

 

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