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Which has a greater influence on a person’s health: individual choices and actions (micro perspective) or community policies and resource availability (macro perspective)?

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    That depends upon the person.

    I still smoke, although I know hardly anyone else who smokes. However, my peers and the community first enticed me to smoke some 60 years ago.

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