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Resolve to Save Lives
A global health initiative led by with that aims to save 100 million lives from cardiovascular disease and prevent epidemics.
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Resolve to Save Lives 12h
Thank you , we are working with partners to have this translated into Spanish in the next few days, and will share it on twitter and post it on & when it's ready!
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Resolve to Save Lives 17h
" will become a pandemic. This is unprecedented. Other than influenza, no other respiratory virus has been tracked from emergence to continuous global spread." Our President & CEO shared 8 key things we must do with
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Resolve to Save Lives 18h
Community health workers can help improve quality and accessibility of health care, while lowering costs. They're crucial to preventing and managing NCDs.
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 25
37 countries have now reported cases of , according to media reports. As the disease spreads, countries must take proactive steps to keep their most vulnerable people safe, and ensure critical services remain available.
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 25
" will become a pandemic. We don't yet know how severe it will be, nor do we know if the virus will spread to all continents, but it's already spreading widely in China, South Korea, Italy, Iran and elsewhere." for
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 25
Working to improve heart health in a low- or middle income country? has a toolkit for you, including case studies, implementation guides, and more.
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 25
What are you doing to help the world prepare for and respond to ?
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NCDC Feb 25
Every Tuesday, the NCDC Weekly Epidemiological Report is published on our website This week's editorial focuses on the interim national case management guide for developed by the Coronavirus Preparedness Group led by NCDC Read via:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Feb 23
Q: What can I do to protect myself from ? A:
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 24
In the last few days there have been new cases in Israel & Lebanon. See the ReadyScore—how prepared countries are to find, stop & prevent epidemics—for all countries with confirmed cases at
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Dr. Tom Frieden Feb 24
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Adults w/ hypertension, diabetes & other chronic diseases may be especially vulnerable to . We can help stop its spread & protect the health of our communities. Tips for patients & tips for providers
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 24
What are the latest tools for cardiovascular health programs? Check out the new and improved toolkit for up-to-the-minute resources on hypertension control, sodium reduction, and trans fat elimination.
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American Heart Assoc Feb 22
Every year, cardiovascular disease kills more than half a million Americans, but many of these deaths are preventable. From , tells us how:
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Dr. Tom Frieden Feb 22
Heart month: wrote of my father's work, reflected & analyzed preventable deaths that occur every day in the US & around the world for . Here’s what we can do to save lives:
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CGTN Global Business Feb 21
The President and CEO of Resolve to Save Lives, Tom Frieden, told that the current COVID-19 outbreak should serve as a "wake-up call" for governments to invest in preventive measures to reduce the risks of such events.
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 20
"Right now, the crucial question for the world is whether can be contained & eliminated, or is destined to spread, as other coronaviruses that cause the common cold do. The odds of containment look vanishingly small, but not (quite) yet zero."
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NCDC Feb 20
This week, with support from , the National Preparedness Group led by NCDC convened a workshop to develop standard operating procedures & case management guidelines for use by health workers in
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 20
We're excited to be with our partner Bangladesh Heart Foundation in Sylhet, Bangladesh this week. Only 1 in 100 adults with high blood pressure in Bangladesh has it under control, and the National Heart Foundation is working with the Bangladeshi government to improve that!
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Feb 20
Thank you to , the global public health initiative of , for the quick action and early contribution of US$500k to the appeal. Together, for a healthier, safer world.
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Resolve to Save Lives Feb 19
4 years ago, Chile passed regulations that included mandatory warning labels on foods high in sugar, salt, and fat. A new study shows Chileans are buying more water and fewer sugary drinks. Promising results that could extend to salt reduction, too!
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