Chronic diseases: The global epidemic

Chronic diseases: The global epidemic

The WHO’s first “Global Status Report” defines noncommunicable diseases such as cardiovascular disorders, cancer or diabetes as a “slow-motion catastrophe.” Newly industrialized and industrializing countries are the greatest victims of these noncommunicable diseases. 80% of deaths due to cardiovascular disorders, cancer or diabetes were recorded among the poor and under-privileged populations in developing and newly industrializing countries. (Photo: World Granny/flickr)

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Jan 31, 2019 / Online-Kurs

Diabetes – die stille Epidemie

E-Learning-Kurs

BUKO Pharma-Kampagne Das Thema Diabetes hat weltweit massiv an Bedeutung gewonnen, besonders in Ländern niedrigen und mittleren Einkommens. Zivilgesellschaftliche und staatliche ...

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Kleine Veränderungen, grosse Wirkung

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Swiss Red Cross

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SRC Concept Ageing and Health

Basisgesundheit

Swiss Red Cross

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Nov 01, 2018

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Novartis Foundation

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