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Historical Experience of Usin Preventive Medicine in Physical Education of Different Population Groups


The main attention in this article is devoted to the question of the influence of generally recognized measures of preventive medicine on the process of physical education of different categories of the population in the historical aspect. In this case, such conditions ensure the effectiveness of work on physical training, mainly young people as a character and level of their physical activity, qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the diet, the presence of bad habits, and so on. The necessity of formation of the appropriate infrastructure, which will allow specialists working in the field of physical culture and sports, is substantiated, to focus on the priority directions of organization of physical activity for children and adolescents with the purpose of positive influence on their health.

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Sociocultural Influences of Parents on Body Dissatisfaction in Adolescents

–4 (2015): 833–839. 30. N. Horesh, E. Sommerfeld, M. Wolf, E. Zubery and G. Zalsman, „Father–daughter relationship and the severity of eating disorders“, European Psychiatry 30–1 (2015): 114–120. 31. Elizabeth K. Towner, Jennifer Reiter-Purtill, Richard E. Boles And Meg H. Zeller, „Predictors Of Caregiver Feeding Practices Differentiating Persistently Obese From Persistently Non-Overweight Adolescents“, Appetite 84 (2015): 120–127. 32. Julia Fredrickson „Weight perception in overweight adolescents: Associations with body change intentions, diet and

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