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GENEVA: Non-communicable diseases like heart disease, cancer and diabetes are responsible for 74 percent of deaths globally and cracking down on risk factors could save millions of lives, the WHO...GENEVA: Non-communicable diseases like heart disease, cancer and diabetes are responsible for 74 percent of deaths globally and cracking down on risk factors could save millions of lives, the WHO...

Non-communicable diseases cause 74% of global deaths: WHO

Heart disease, cancer, diabetes and respiratory disease now outnumber infectious diseases as the top killers globally.Heart disease, cancer, diabetes and respiratory disease now outnumber infectious diseases as the top killers globally.

Non-communicable diseases cause 74pc of global deaths, says WHO - World - DAWN.COM

From heart disease to cancer and diabetes, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) now outnumber infectious diseases as the “top killers globally,” the UN health agency said in a new report, released on Wednesday, with one person under 70 dying every two seconds from an NCD. |From heart disease to cancer and diabetes, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) now outnumber infectious diseases as the “top killers globally,” the UN health agency said in a new report, released on

Noncommunicable diseases now ‘top killers globally’ – UN health agency report | | UN News

Noncommunicable diseases kill 41 million people each year, equivalent to 74 percent of all deaths globally Noncommunicable diseases kill 41 million people each year, equivalent to 74 percent of all deaths globally

Most Global Deaths Are From Preventable Noncommunicable Diseases

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Michael R. Bloomberg reappointed as WHO Global Ambassador of Noncommunicable Diseases and Injuries Michael R. Bloomberg reappointed as WHO Global Ambassador of Noncommunicable Diseases and Injuries

Heads of State commit to Noncommunicable Disease Global Compact to save 50 million lives by 2030

Noncommunicable diseases cause not only morbidity and mortality but also significantly impact economies because they limit the ability of people to work, a WHO report said.Noncommunicable diseases cause not only morbidity and mortality but also significantly impact economies because they limit the ability of people to work, a WHO report said.

More Than Half of Deaths in India Are Due to Cancer, Diabetes, Heart and Respiratory Diseases

Report notes that this major shift in public health in recent decades ‘has gone largely unnoticed’Report notes that this major shift in public health in recent decades ‘has gone largely unnoticed’

Noncommunicable disease deaths now outstrip TB, HIV, but SA looks the other way

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Get latest articles and stories on India at LatestLY. Diseases relating to the heart, cancer, diabetes and respiratory diseases claim the lives of every one person every two seconds under the age of 70, a World Health Organisation report has said. India News | Every 2 Seconds, 1 Person Under 70 Dies of Noncommunicable Diseases in World: WHO Report.Get latest articles and stories on India at LatestLY. Diseases relating to the heart, cancer, diabetes and respiratory diseases claim the lives of every one person every two seconds under the age of 70, a World Health Organisation report has said. India News | Every 2 Seconds, 1 Person Under 70 Dies of Noncommunicable Diseases in World: WHO Report.

India News | Every 2 Seconds, 1 Person Under 70 Dies of Noncommunicable Diseases in World: WHO Report | LatestLY

Preventable ailments such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, respiratory diseases kill 41M people yearly, says report - Anadolu AgencyPreventable ailments such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, respiratory diseases kill 41M people yearly, says report - Anadolu Agency

Noncommunicable diseases now leading global killers: WHO

Chronic and mainly preventable diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease outstripping infectious diseases due to inactionChronic and mainly preventable diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease outstripping infectious diseases due to inaction

Non-communicable diseases kill a person under 70 every two seconds, says WHO | Global health | The Guardian