Encyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine and Health

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James M. Rippe
SAGE, Dec 8, 2011 - Medical - 1243 pages
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The Encyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine and Health offers thorough coverage of relevant topics and issues in historical and contemporary context, with information on lifestyle habits and practices and their impact on health. These volumes sort out the science behind nightly news reports and magazine cover stories, helping the reader to discern sound, evidence-based advice from that which is merely fad.

The volumes convey the latest research on lifestyle medicine, incorporating content from such areas as health psychology, communication, public policy and health promotion, and disease prevention, among others. Readers are empowered to lead and promote healthier lifestyles after perusing the hundreds of signed, authoritative entries written by leading experts in their respective fields. Accompanying bibliographies and suggested readings provide guidance toward more in-depth resources. This comprehensive reference resource is written accessibly, making it useful for a broad audience, including students and academics in the fields of health, physical education, biology, medicine, nursing and allied health, physical therapy, nutrition, public health, and health communication, as well as for lay readers interested in learning how to lead a healthier lifestyle.
 

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Contents

A
1
B
95
C
169
D
299
E
375
F
445
G
507
H
529
N
741
O
795
P
859
R
965
S
1009
T
1079
V
1095
W
1141

Volume 2
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I
609
J
643
L
647
M
665
Y
1177
Organizations
1181
Index
1187
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About the author (2011)

Dr. Rippe is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Medical School with post graduate training at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is currently the Founder and Director of the Rippe Lifestyle Institute in Shrewsbury, MA and Associate Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) at Tufts University School of Medicine.

In addition to serving as Editor of the Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, Dr. Rippe also edits a major textbook teaching physicians about diverse aspects of cardiovascular medicine and the impact of lifestyle decisions on good health. This textbook, Lifestyle Medicine, (Blackwell Science, 1999) is the first textbook to guide physicians in the diverse aspects of how to incorporate lifestyle recommendations into the practice of modern medicine. His intensive care textbook, Irwin and Rippe’s Intensive Care Medicine (5th edition, 2003; co-edited with Dr. Richard Irwin) is the world’s leading textbook on intensive and coronary care.

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