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Infographic: 10 key points from the Global Burden of Disease report 2016
 

Infographic: 10 key points from the Global Burden of Disease report 2016

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In light of the recently released Global Burden of Disease report, we bring you a pictorial description of the key findings for healthcare and mortality rates around the world.
 
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20 Oct 2016 - General
 
In a zoom out position of this article , it is great to see that life expectancy has increased, but as a doctor and even nurses would equally agree that it is still disheartening to see the lives of patients with these non communicable diseases get m...
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Informative article! The point 1 mentions the increase in life expectancy. However, I believe there is still a major difference in the life expectancy in developed, developing and underdeveloped countries. It is good that the incidences of HIV and Ma...
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Priscilla Mae Gobuyan awesome compilation. As said byMahmoud AbdelAziz WHO major future concern is heealth ijn African countrie...
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It’s great to hear that we have gained a decade in lie expectancy and that maternal and child deaths have drastically lessened, however, many of these issues are quite alarming. Non-communicable diseases being the leading causes of death shows that w...
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WHO has an outstanding role in the provision of good health care services and control over a wide range of diseases worldwide. Recently WHO has prepared a bunched report about the global burden of diseases. This report was published on October 6, 201...
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WHO is one of the most effective UN related agencies since its foundation in April 7, 1948 -- a date now celebrated every year as World Health Day. One of the purposes of WHO is to monitor disease throughout the world. It is probably the best placed ...
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What a compact informative update of disease burden over the years. Life expectancy may have prolonged in number of years but mostly were ill. Most number of people have died due to non communicable diseases. What does this mean? People become not to...
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