Talk:British white paper on public health

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A few points, having edited it so far:

  • I'm not sure about what citation method we will use... This one just kept me from losing track, no big deal if you change it.
  • Adult health foods has a good deal of information out there that is not yet covered
  • I kind of missed the overall 'healthy living' and preventative care theme
  • Oh and completely missed the government ad campaigns on STDs and cigarattes

--119 07:22, 17 Nov 2004 (UTC)

  • I dunno much about the law. That being said, I agree that I'm not sure how the citation method we will use will wind up being, but the article was well written and SEEMS comprehensive. Lyellin 16:24, 17 Nov 2004 (UTC)

This article has sat for 8 hours, but it has been edited by no one but the original author (the IP was me). I would appreciate having any passing wikipedian edit the article or, failing that, you decide to call it published. I think it suffers from having only one editor. --119 17:26, 17 Nov 2004 (UTC)

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