Panic Nation: Unpicking the Myths We're Told about Food and Health

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John Blake, Jan 1, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 273 pages
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It seems as though every week there's another food or health scare. Whether it's British beef, the MMR vaccine, or just sunshine itself, there's always somebody to tell you that you are under threat from yet another everyday activity; or that the food we eat and the medicines we take are poisoning our bodies. However, this book reveals that we are all living longer, healthier lives, while science has advanced to the stage where medicines and surgical procedures are safer and more effective than ever before. So where does the truth lie? Who can we believe? How do we know whose advice is worth listening to? Panic Nation examines the truth behind the headlines, drawing together the country's leading experts in their field to examine these questions.

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User Review  - Bianca Bianchi - Goodreads

I could only give it two stars because there are no references whatsoever, and this is a serious shortcoming (especially for a book giving health advice that contradicts the mainsteam). The book ... Read full review

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User Review  - Gary - Goodreads

There are no shortage of individuals 'out there' who are keen to tell us things are harmful for us or this lifestyle choice is the key to health and happiness. Some are scientists of a sort and some ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

Areas of Interest: Political Behavior: political psychology and socialization; political ideology and values; prejudice and intolerance; public opinion; political participation; political sociology.Methodology: statistics; econometrics; measurement theory and scaling; analysis of covariance structures; multivariate methods; survey research methods; logic of inquiry and research design.

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