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DON QUIXOTE, GULLIVER AND BORGES, AND A REMINDER THAT MATERNAL DEATH IS STILL AN ISSUE IN MANY PARTS OF THE WORLD AND THAT SCHOOL MEALS CAN BE A CENTRAL PLANK OF PUBLIC HEALTH
In this issue, a powerful reminder in an Editorial that maternal mortality is still a priority for many women; and a poignant piece in the Gallery which contrasts the use of a former tennis court as a carpark with evidence that two-thirds of men and three-quarters of women do less than 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on more than five days a week in England. While in Public Health Past and Present we offer an insight into the history of publicly-organised school meals in Norway, with comparative glances at Britain. Three themes are identified relating to welfare policy, the notion that organised meals are a solution to problems, and the creation of civil and health-conscious citizens. Our Glossary tackles cognitive epidemiology. See pages 370, 371, 374 …