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Government Health Questions

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posted on Aug, 3 2006 @ 04:54 AM
Came across an article on the UK Labour website. They put across a few questions for feedback. Though I'd post some here for discussion.

1. What more could governments do to encourage you to take a greater interest in your own health, without becoming a ‘nanny state’?

2. Do you take enough exercise? What would encourage you to do more and what barriers are in your way? What do you think governments can do to encourage greater participation in sport?

3.What would make you or someone you know give up smoking?

4.Beyond clearer labelling what more can governments do to help busy parents make healthier choices for their children?

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