The Adventist Healthstyle
Learn the results of studies on diet, exercise, stress management, and weight loss; how Adventists compare to non-Adventists compare to non-Adventists on heart disease and cancer; how you can change your health habits; and how your church can promote healthful living in your community. - 1 The Meaning of Health. 2 Disease Prevention. 3 The Adventist Health Study. 4 The Process of Health Behavior Change. 5 Exercising Your Right to Health. 6 A Diet for All Time. 7 Health and the Mind. 8 Lessons From the Olympic Games. 9 The Benefits of Smoking Cessation. 10 Stress Management. 11 The Mind and Health. 12 Aging Healthfully and Gracefully. 13 Health Promotion in Your Church
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