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CLIP 5077

Government responses to health inequalities

Government responses to health inequalities
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Key Info
  • Government responses to health inequalities
  • Duration: 01:02
  • Heart disease, cancer and stroke are the main causes of death in Scotland. All these diseases are related to lifestyle, so one part of government strategy is to encourage us to lead healthier lives. This could reduce the cost of health treatment.
  • Subject:

    Citizenship and Modern Studies

       Topic:

    Rights: Human Legal Consumer

  • Keywords: lifestyle choices, HEBS, smoking, government, cancer, obesity, heart disease, stroke, health, modern studies, inequalities
Ideas for use in class
  • Examples of recent advertising campaigns aimed at young people including anti-smoking ads are shown. How effective - and cost-effective - are these campaigns?
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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