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Articles such as the one by Takano et al1 are crucial for health policy building. Scientific evidence on environmental factors’ health impact needs to be produced in a way useful for practice improvement. This article is a good example of how to do it.
Since the beginning of the health promotion ideas, the importance of the physical and social settings where people live as determinants of their health, has been considered.2 …
This contribution from Dr Colomer was inadvertently held over from the December 2002 issue.