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Knowledge of health information and services in a random sample of the population of Glasgow



Knowledge of health information and services in a random sample of the population of Glasgow



Health Education Journal 39(1): 19-22



A RANDOM sample of adults in Glasgow was surveyed by trained interviewers to determine public knowledge on four topics chosen specifically for each of four age groups. The topics were: Welfare rights and services; Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) and individual action that can reduce risk; The dangers of smoking in pregnancy; and fluoride and its functions and the connections between good health and habitual behaviour.

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