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247 - HEALTH PROMOTION

   

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In the early age, cultural aspects, learning languages and travelling challenges restricted (Capacci, Scorcu and Vici, 2015). In 14 century
Christopher Columbus sailed westward and vasco da gama cruised to country for earn money then business travel has been integral part of
tourism industry(Cave and Brown 2012). Early tourism started with Nomads who
travelled around the world in search of food and shelter. Main intension of this traveller is to gathered food and traded around the world and
gave rise to the barter system (Capacci, Scorcu and Vici, 2015). 1500 BC is marked as the era when the Europeans visited pyramids and thus
developed the tourism for pilgrimage. Early tourism started with Nomads who travelled around the world in search of food and shelter. Main
intension of this traveller is to gathered food and traded around the world and gave rise to the barter system (Capacci, Scorcu and Vici, 2015).
1500 BC is marked as the era when the Europeans visited pyramids and thus developed the tourism for pilgrimage.
To describe the health beliefs among the society the
health behavior can be used. The smoking is the concern
that we are focusing according to this scenario of Peter
and Sarah. Among the people of the society the health
belief can be found. Basically it is a model which defines
the explanation and the anticipation of behaviors related
to the health in regards of the health services which have
to be taken by the people. As per this model it is been
studied and understand that the health belief of the
people is founded on the central influence that exist
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