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Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. Further, it is clear that children should be a major focus of intervention efforts. Many of the risk factors observed in adults can be detected in childhood, such as high blood pressure, overweight, and poor respiratory function. The evidence is that interventions in early life can change the trajectory of these risk factors. A compelling case can be made for focusing attention on ensuring that children get a strong start by providing, for example, appropriate early education, immunization, injury prevention, nutrition, and opportunities for physical activity. Opportunities for public health intervention do not end at childhood; evidence indicates that intervention efforts with adolescents, adults, and older adults can be successful if these efforts address major developmental tasks at each stage and address major sources of health risk at multiple levels. Adolescents, for example, are heavily influenced by their peers’ conduct and attitudes, yet peer group norms can be influenced to improve health behaviors and attitudes, as long as these efforts are supported by consistent and complementary efforts in schools and communities. The committee’s review of all of these materials strongly suggests that interventions need to. The committee finds that two fundamental issues must be addressed in developing interventions based on social and behavioral research.
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