1. Introduction to Lifestyle Medicine
2. The Epidemiology of Chronic Disease 3. Metaflamation and the vascular endothelium: where the rubber meets the road in Lifestyle Medicine 4. Everything You Wanted to Know About Motivation 5. Self-management in Lifestyle Medicine 6. Overweight and Obesity: The Epidemic's Underbelly 7. The Metabolic Syndrome and Diabetes 8. Physical Activity: Generic Prescription for Health 9. Physical Activity: Specific Prescription for Disease Management and Rehabilitation 10. Nutrition for the Non-dietitian 11. Fluids, Fitness and Fatness 12. Behavioural Aspects of Nutrition 13. Stress: Its role in the S-AD phenomenon 14. Dealing with Worry and Anxiety 15. Depression 16. Happiness and Mental Health: The Flip Side of S-AD 17. Understanding Addictions: Tackling Smoking and Hazardous Drinking 18. To Sleep, Perchance To... Get Everything Else Right 19. Saving Your Patient's Skin: Environmental Influences on Skin Care 20. Rethinking pain in a Lifestyle Medicine context 21. Sex and Lifestyle 22. Lifestyle and Oral Health: Wild Animals Don't Floss 23. Preventing and Managing Injury at the Clinical Level 24. Medicines: The Good, the Not so Good, and the Over-Used 25. The Big Issue for Society: Tackling Distal Causes 26. Indigenous Health Appendix A Making Lifestyle Medicine Work and Pay in General Practice
Garry Egger is the Director of the Centre for Health Promotion and Research in Sydney and Adjunct Professor in Lifestyle Medicine at the Lismore campus of the Southern Cross University. Andrew Binns is a general practitioner in rural NSW and Adjunct Professor with the Division of Health and Applied Sciences at the Lismore campus of the Southern Cross University. Stephan Rossner is Professor of Health Behaviour Research at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm and Director of the Obesity Unit at the Karolinska University Hospital.