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S. Department of Health and Human Services 1979, 1980). Healthy People advanced the notion of health promotion and disease prevention, largely in response to the epidemiologic shift from a predominantly infectious diseasebased morbidity pattern in the United States to an increasingly dominant chronic-disease pattern. , behaviors not conducive to good health such as smoking, poor diet, lack of exercise, and excessive use of alcohol and other substances) led to a new focus on health promotion. This first set of national objectives included several related to maternal and child health but none related to the population of children with special health care needs, not surprising given the focus on improving the health status of the general population.
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