Debating Obesity: Critical Perspectives by Emma Rich, Lee F. Monaghan, Lee Monaghan, Lucy Aphramor
By Emma Rich, Lee F. Monaghan, Lee Monaghan, Lucy Aphramor
This e-book brings jointly serious views on a few of the contemporary claims linked to the weight problems crisis. It develops either theoretical and conceptual arguments round the weight problems debate, in addition to taking a simpler concentration by way of implications for the future health professions to stipulate an schedule for a 'critical weight studies'.
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