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Journal of Behavioral Health (JBH) is a platform for high-quality, scientific articles in order to provide opportunity for authors around the world to publish their discoveries and empirical, theoretical, and alternative views on the maintenance of health and the prevention of illness by a variety of self-initiated activities individually or collectively under the peer-review system. JBH also examines the all aspects of health education and social-behavioral interventions.


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