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Physical activity: an agenda for action: a response by the National Forum for Coronary Heart Disease Prevention to More people, More action, More often the Health of the Nation Physical Activity Task Force consultation paper.
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|Title: ||Physical activity: an agenda for action: a response by the National Forum for Coronary Heart Disease Prevention to More people, More action, More often the Health of the Nation Physical Activity Task Force consultation paper.|
|Affiliation: ||Health Education Authority (funded)|
|Publisher: ||National Forum for Coronary Heart Disease Prevention|
|Issue Date: ||Aug-1995 |
|Description: ||The National Forum for Coronary Heart Disease Prevention welcomes the intention of government
to draw up a national strategy for physical activity, and is keen to participate in this process, through
our representation on the national Physical Activity Task Force, and our own networks. Physical
activity: An agenda for action is the Forum response to the Task Force consultation document and is
intended to inform the development of a national strategy. It summarises the evidence on the health
benefits of moderate physical activity, focusing on coronary heart disease (CHD), and points to the
need for a coordinated strategy which builds on the activities offering the best potential for change.
The report also sets out ideas for action by different sectors at national and local level.|
|Keywords: ||CORONARY HEART DISEASE|
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