Everyone knows we should exercise more, drink less, and stop scoffing junk food. Even committed smokers know that smoking is bad for them – but change isn’t easy.
The things that determine our health are complex and interwoven, and getting harder and harder to appreciate and communicate.
But whose responsibility is it to do this? And how can we start the right conversations?
Will J Grant and Rod Lamberts, Australian National Centre for Public Awareness of Science, Australian National University explain the challenges: