New WHO Report Offers Leaders Tips on Tackling NCDs

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In short
The ten areas include conducting a population-based survey of behavioral risk factors for NCDs, such as tobacco use, alcohol consumption, dietary habits and physical activity, protecting people from second-hand smoke through the introduction, passage and enforcement of legislation that makes all indoor public places 100% smoke-free and putting up comprehensive bans on all forms of direct and indirect tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship.

 

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