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Contents Chapter Page 1 Introduction
Background to Developments in Preventive Medicine
An Ecological Concept of Health and Disease
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accidents addiction aetiology alcoholism antibiotic areas associated behaviour biological birth rate cancer causes changes characteristic chloramines chlorine cholera clinical Committee communicable disease concerned coronary artery disease Council countries death rate decibels decline disability drugs economic effect environment environmental epidemic epidemiological factors fertility function groups Health Organisation hospital host housing hypertension illness important improvement increase individual industrial infant infection influence injury International large number level of aspiration man’s marriage material measures ment mental health method micro-parasite morbidity mortality rate National Health Service nineteenth century nutrition occupational patient patterns period persons physical pollution population practitioner preventive medicine problems programme public health radiation radioactive recognised Regional rehabilitation relationship responsible sanitary sewage sickness sludge social class society statistical studies tion treatment tuberculosis typhus United Kingdom urban urbanisation vector World Health World Health Organisation yellow fever