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World Obesity May 20
Guidelines highlight that physical inactivity and unhealthy diets increase the threat of Alzheimer's. Other factors influencing mental decline include diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. These conditions are associated with .
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IFPMA May 16
. says that kill 41 M people every year, equivalent to 71 % of all deaths worldwide. Investing in NCD prevention and control not only improves health and saves lives but can also improve a country’s economic productivity.
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Dr Alexey Kulikov May 21
has a chief scientist. It now needs a chief economist. Good governance and strong institutions are vital to ensure robust legaslative agenda to tackle .” at on the margins of #
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Equity & Health May 20
Special collection of papers: Solutions for non-communicable disease prevention and control
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Elizabeth Holguin 12h
Honored to deliver the intervention on behalf of ⁦⁩ at
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Lucy Westerman May 20
Terrific, provoking panel discussion about and agendas. Who has the power? What kind of power do they bring, and are they willing to leave it at the door to achieve greater equity of power.
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IFMSA May 20
“NCDs cause more harm to the vulnerable populations that don’t have access to health care. So NCDs is a matter of equity.” - Dr Ren Minghui, Assistant Director-General for , & at side event.
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Karlee Silver May 21
on will not be achieved without addressing in humanitarian crises. Data, funding and actions needed to tackle in humanitarian crises. Next call for bold ideas for improving & saving lives in conflict out soon.
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McCabe Centre for Law & Cancer 19h
Our International Legal Training Course is done. Thank you for the support & thank you to the 27 participants for sharing 3 weeks of mutual learning. We're excited to see the changes you effect to prevent & improve health outcomes in your countries - all 19 of them!
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Lucy Westerman May 23
“In addition to improved wellbeing, enhanced gender equality and increased productivity, addressing climate change is another compelling reason we should all be working less.” Interesting proposal - perhaps a future double-duty ?
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The BMJ May 21
Evidence is mounting of substantial human, social, and economic costs from . A new BMJ series covers the main issues in their prevention and control and helps map the way towards better health for all
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Vital Strategies May 19
Being active is vital to staying healthy and beating . Great to see so many people out for the Walk The Talk challenge this morning!
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Kashish Aneja May 21
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Elizabeth Holguin May 23
Honored to be at with my esteemed colleague ⁦
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Ishu Kataria 8h
Youth-led organizations committing to collective action on in the lead up to UNHLM on and beyond at strategy meeting on next generation and
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NCD Alliance May 20
It's our 10th birthday tonight, says NCDA CEO - acknowledging the visionary founders who started NCD Alliance 1 decade ago.
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NCD Alliance 15h
🇹🇭 calling for WHO leadership on prevention- particularly on 'blind spot' - Asking why is the secretariat still allowing sale of a class 1 carcinogen on WHO premises & events? WHO asked to set the standard & stop this practice.
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FIP 11h
FIP raised concerns over insufficient progress towards global targets on NCD prevention and urged countries to allow to deliver a full spectrum of services to reduce at today.
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Lucy Westerman May 19
Policy & Advocacy Director giving an overview to members of the report for item 11.8 on follow up to on - reiterating off track for .4, new programmes, ref to evidence, forthcoming Global Action Plan evaluation.
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NCD Alliance 14h
statement on follow up to / Calls for health systems that deliver people-centered, integrated, multisectoral & comprehensive services aimed at prevention, early detection & treatment of all NCDs & risk factors: Leave no disease behind ➡️
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