Non-Communicable diseases are impending challenges worldwide

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Non-communicable diseases are considered a major problem for many industrialized countries that are facing the challenges of chronic lung disease, diabetics and mental disorders. Nowadays, Non-communicable diseases are spreading globally due to which people are at high risk of developing cancer as well.

Non-communicable Diseases

Population health requires visionary policies, competent professionals, strong health systems, sound management, community commitment and each individual’s health awareness. This is especially true for non-communicable diseases (NCDs). What are NCDs and why do they represent a major challenge for health systems worldwide? As defined by the World Health Organization, NCDs (noncommunicable diseases) primarily include cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic lung disease and diabetes as well as mental illness.


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