Department of Emergency Medicine, Northern State Medical University,
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Behavior change has become a central objective of public health and public health policy past years. In recent years, much attention and support has been paid to the public health field in preventing illness and maintaining good health by changing individuals’ behaviors. It is necessary to highlight the application of behavioral and social science perspectives to research on contemporary health problems. Understanding an influence on health behaviors and health risk factors is essential and associated with behavioral change which would be considered protective and health enhancing. The purpose of this special issue is to explore research on health education, health communication, health behavioral changes, and public health policies, evaluates them with multilevel aspects, and exchanges knowledge in public health in interdisciplinary and international arenas.