La posible influencia de las redes sociales | 11 AGO 09

¿Es la obesidad una enfermedad contagiosa?

Reconocimiento de la existencia de redes sociales que influyen en la conducta y la salud de sus integrantes y estrategias de manejo.
Autor/a: Dres. Nicholas A. Christakis y James H. Fowler Fuente: Traducción y resumen objetivo: Dra. Marta Papponetti. Esp. Medicinta Interna The Spread of Obesity in a Large Social Network over 32 Years. N Eng J Med, 371. July 26. 2007
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