Assessment model for the justification of intrusive lifestyle interventions: literature study, reasoning and empirical testing

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In many countries health insurers, employers and especially governments are increasingly using pressure and coercion to enhance healthier lifestyles. For example by ever higher taxes on cigarettes and alcoholi..

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