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social foundations for the introduction of health preservation culture and the potential mechanisms for the transformation of sustainable social norms

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2021-06-06

A. Almazov(1); Professor P. Kuznetsov(2), MD; A. Asadov(3); I. Chudinov(3); G. Shukurlaeva(1);
P. Ektov(4); A. Melerzanov(1, 3), Candidate of Medical Sciences (1)N.A. Semashko National Research Institute
of Public Health, Moscow (2)Acad. N.F. Izmerov Research Institute of Occupational Medicine, Moscow (3)Moscow
Institute of Physics and Technology (National Research Institute) (4)OOO «Laboratory of Fundamental and
Clinical Medicine», Moscow

Lifestyle and eating behaviors play an important role in aging processes. It is not enough to develop only high-tech medical care to achieve significant results in increasing life expectancy in the population. Beyond that point, there should be a social policy that promotes the concept of reasonable prevention using up-to-date digital technologies for health monitoring. In addition, it is necessary for the population to have access to high-quality water and healthy foods, as well as to reduce the negative impact of external factors (ecology, general information stress, etc.).

public health
health protection
behavioral characteristics

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