Labor lauded for preventive health plan

Bill Shorten speaks at the Guild dinner
Health stakeholders have welcomed Labor’s prevention policy announced over the weekend. The policy focuses on preventing chronic disease by targeting poor nutrition, physical inactivity, tobacco and harmful alcohol use, says Public Health Association of Australia president Professor Heather Yeatman. “This policy will have a major impact in reducing chronic diseases which are the leading cause

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