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World Health Organization (WHO) Dec 9
We all know someone suffering from: Cancer Diabetes Lung diseases Heart diseases and stroke Mental Health These noncommunicable diseases are the ๐ŸŒ's biggest killers, responsible for 7 out of every 10 deaths worldwide. We need your help to !
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Dec 11
We have a golden opportunity to transform the lives of billions of people, not just today, but for generations to come. For that to happen, we need political leadership, relentless advocacy and rigorous implementation. Together, we can !
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Sarah Clifford Dec 8
There is no economic case to make poor people or regular users pay for healthcare services - Triin Habicht Global Meeting to Accelerate Program on SDG 3.4
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WHO Timor-Leste Dec 11
Love your heart โค๏ธ Take care of your health
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D. Muramuzi ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฌ ๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ช ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฟ Dec 10
Do we all know this.
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Josรฉ Luis Castro Dec 10
Noncommunicable diseases kill 41 million people prematurely every year, many of them in the prime of life. 41 MILLION lives. 41 MILLION families affected. But we could save nearly 10 million lives by 2025. Let's
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UNITED GLOBAL CONCERNS๐Ÿ—บ๏ธ Dec 11
"Letโ€™s set โ€“ and meet - goals to promote health & beat cancer, diabetes, heart & lung diseases, improve mental health."-
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WHO/Europe Dec 11
๐Ÿ” Taking steps to avoid an unhealthy diet is one way we can
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NCDS Youth Champions Dec 10
This is so true, changing the approach on NCDS is the begining of organic change in cultures and lifestyle practices! Thats how we beat NCDS!
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Dr Liz Bennett Dec 8
Non-communicable diseases are actually extremely communicable, they spread easily and are transmitted by lifestyle habits and behaviours that are influenced by corporations and social norms -excellent insight from
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WHO/Europe Dec 11
๐Ÿท๐Ÿบ Alcohol consumption is associated with poor mental health and can cause injuries.
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Twineamatsiko Andrew Dec 11
talking about involvement of indigenous people in the fight to
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NutRI 3h
NCDs: a major cause of morbidity and mortality. we aim to & promote
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Akjemal Magtymova Dec 10
When asked what is the most important ingridient for success to , Dr Ali Al Hinai, Undesecretary for Planning Affairs said "awareness, awareness and education and enforcement" to prevent from risk factors
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NCDS Youth Champions Dec 10
The fight starts with us! And it starts now!
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World Health Organization (WHO) Dec 10
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Divine TIM M.D Dec 10
It's festive season and we often tempted to ravage all that food and everything unhealthy. Try to balance you energy intake with your energy expenditure. Intensify that exercise routine and keep that amazing HEART healthy. Get urself a jumping rope
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WHO EMRO Dec 10
Dr Al-Mandhari: "It is of great importance to if we are to achieve the health-related by 2030. There are tried & tested solutions. Now we must work together to apply them โ€“ to move forward, boldly & in unison, & realize the vision of "
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Svetlana Axelrod Dec 9
We are walking the walk in Oman with a range of healthy and sustainable foods to ๐ŸŽ๐Ÿ๐ŸŠ๐Ÿ…
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NCDS Youth Champions Dec 10
Hopefully in the next cohort of delegates we will be representing Kenya and East Africa at such a summit! The movement is on!
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