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A health intervention is any activity or strategy designed to improve health outcomes or prevent the occurrence of a health problem. Health interventions can be aimed at individuals, groups, or populations, and may involve various approaches such as behavioral, medical, or environmental interventions.

Examples of health interventions include:

Screening for diseases or health conditions
Vaccinations to prevent infectious diseases
Medications to manage or treat chronic diseases
Behavioral interventions to promote healthy lifestyles, such as exercise and healthy eating

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