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24 FEBRUARY 2010 | GENEVA -- The first Global Forum of the Noncommunicable Disease Network (NCDnet) marks the first time WHO has convened key stakeholder groups to address the large-scale and increasing global health and development burden posed by noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). More than 100 peop... Далее
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18/09/2006 Europe plans to improve health systems preparedness for crises



18/09/2006 Largely preventable chronic diseases cause 86% of deaths in Europe: 53 WHO European Member States map a strategy to curb the epidemic

Aware of the rising costs and burden of chronic disease, countries across the WHO European Region are taking a comprehensive approach to curbing the epidemic. As many chronic diseases are closely linked to lifestyles, an estimated 80% of heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes, and 40% of cancer, could be avoided if common lifestyle risk factors were eliminated. Without the engagement of a wide range of sectors and stronger health systems for better prevention and control, large numbers of people will continue to die every year from mostly preventable diseases.http://www.euro.who.int/mediacentre/PR/2006/20060908_1

18/09/2006 Concerted action needed to prevent violence and unintentional injuries in Europe

18 September 2006
A new WHO European survey on countries preventive work will help policy-makers see what can be done. The results show that low-and-middle-income countries, which have the highest burden of violence and injuries, have the fewest prevention policies and programmes.
http://www.euro.who.int/main/WHO/Home/TopPage


11/09/2006 Largely preventable chronic diseases cause 86% of deaths in Europe: 53 WHO European Member States map a strategy to curb the epidemic

Aware of the rising costs and burden of chronic disease, countries across the WHO European Region are taking a comprehensive approach to curbing the epidemic. As many chronic diseases are closely linked to lifestyles, an estimated 80% of heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes, and 40% of cancer, could be avoided if common lifestyle risk factors were eliminated. Without the engagement of a wide range of sectors and stronger health systems for better prevention and control, large numbers of people will continue to die every year from mostly preventable diseases.

11/09/2006 Europe plans to improve health systems preparedness for crises

The WHO European Region can no longer rely on fragmented responses to the health challenges arising from crises. When human security is at risk, dramatically increasing demands tend to overwhelm health systems.


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