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and economic inequities result in health risks. Finally, efforts to address the fundamental social and behavioral causes of illness will require broad thinking that goes beyond traditional disease categories, developmental stages, focal points of interventions, and disciplinary lines. Transcending these perspectives is a critical step toward capitalizing on the promise of behavioral and social science research as a means of improving the public's health.

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Briss PA, Rodewald LE, Hinman AR, et al. ( 2000). Reviews and evidence regarding interventions to improve vaccination coverage in children, adolescents, and adults. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 18(1S):97–140.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ( 1992). Estimated national spending on prevention—United States, 1988. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 41:529–31.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ( 1999). Achievements in public health, 1900–1999: Changes in the public health system. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 48(50):1141–7.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ( 2000). Tobacco use among middle and high school students—United States, 1999. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 49: 49–53.

Collins JW, and David RJ. ( 1993). Race and birth weight in biracial infants. American Journal of Public Health, 83(8):1125–9.

Fogel RW. ( 1994). Economic Growth, Population Theory, and Physiology: The Bearing of Long-Term Process in the Making of Economic Policy. Working Paper No. 4638. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research.

Fries JF, Koop CE, Beadle CE, et al. ( 1993). Reducing health care costs by reducing the need and demand for medical services. The Health Project Consortium. New England Journal of Medicine, 329:321–5.

Glassman AH, and Shapiro PA. ( 1998). Depression and the course of coronary artery disease. American Journal of Psychiatry, 155:4–11.

Health Care Financing Administration. ( 2000). Highlights—National health expenditures, 1998. From internet site http://hcfa.hss.gov/stats/nhe-oact/hilites.htm. Posted January 10, 2000.

Herrmann C, Brand-Driehorst S, Kaminsky B, Leibing E, Staats H, and Ruger U. ( 1998). Diagnostic groups and depressed mood as predictors of 22-month mortality in medical inpatients. Psychosomatic Medicine, 60:570–7.

Institute of Medicine. ( 1998). Reducing the Burden of Injury: Advancing Prevention and Treatment . RJ Bonnie, CE Fulco, CT Liverman (Eds.). Washington, DC. National Academy Press.

Kawachi I. ( 1999). Social capital and community effects on population and individual health. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 896:120–30.

McGinnis JM, and Foege WH. ( 1993). Actual causes of death in the United States. Journal of the American Medical Association, 270(18):2207–11.

McKeown T.J. ( 1976). The Role of Medicine: Dream, Mirage, or Nemesis? London: Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust.

McKinlay JB, and McKinlay SM. ( 1977). The questionable contribution of medical measures to the decline of mortality in the United States in the twentieth century. Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, 55(3):405–28.



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Promoting Health: Intervention Strategies from Social and Behavioral Research and economic inequities result in health risks. Finally, efforts to address the fundamental social and behavioral causes of illness will require broad thinking that goes beyond traditional disease categories, developmental stages, focal points of interventions, and disciplinary lines. Transcending these perspectives is a critical step toward capitalizing on the promise of behavioral and social science research as a means of improving the public's health. REFERENCES Briss PA, Rodewald LE, Hinman AR, et al. ( 2000). Reviews and evidence regarding interventions to improve vaccination coverage in children, adolescents, and adults. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 18(1S):97–140. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ( 1992). Estimated national spending on prevention—United States, 1988. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 41:529–31. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ( 1999). Achievements in public health, 1900–1999: Changes in the public health system. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 48(50):1141–7. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. ( 2000). Tobacco use among middle and high school students—United States, 1999. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 49: 49–53. Collins JW, and David RJ. ( 1993). Race and birth weight in biracial infants. American Journal of Public Health, 83(8):1125–9. Fogel RW. ( 1994). Economic Growth, Population Theory, and Physiology: The Bearing of Long-Term Process in the Making of Economic Policy. Working Paper No. 4638. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research. Fries JF, Koop CE, Beadle CE, et al. ( 1993). Reducing health care costs by reducing the need and demand for medical services. The Health Project Consortium. New England Journal of Medicine, 329:321–5. Glassman AH, and Shapiro PA. ( 1998). Depression and the course of coronary artery disease. American Journal of Psychiatry, 155:4–11. Health Care Financing Administration. ( 2000). Highlights—National health expenditures, 1998. From internet site http://hcfa.hss.gov/stats/nhe-oact/hilites.htm. Posted January 10, 2000. Herrmann C, Brand-Driehorst S, Kaminsky B, Leibing E, Staats H, and Ruger U. ( 1998). Diagnostic groups and depressed mood as predictors of 22-month mortality in medical inpatients. Psychosomatic Medicine, 60:570–7. Institute of Medicine. ( 1998). Reducing the Burden of Injury: Advancing Prevention and Treatment . RJ Bonnie, CE Fulco, CT Liverman (Eds.). Washington, DC. National Academy Press. Kawachi I. ( 1999). Social capital and community effects on population and individual health. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 896:120–30. McGinnis JM, and Foege WH. ( 1993). Actual causes of death in the United States. Journal of the American Medical Association, 270(18):2207–11. McKeown T.J. ( 1976). The Role of Medicine: Dream, Mirage, or Nemesis? London: Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust. McKinlay JB, and McKinlay SM. ( 1977). The questionable contribution of medical measures to the decline of mortality in the United States in the twentieth century. Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly, 55(3):405–28.

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