The world is in the throes of a non-communicable disease (NCD) epidemic.
Is anything less believable than Big Tobacco investing in a smoke-free future?
It’s a global crisis that poses a risk to nearly every family. And while this crisis is a household problem, it does not have a household name.
Unfortunately, the burden of NCDs is only increasing. People are more exposed to behavioral and environmental risk factors.
The Initiative will save more than 100 million lives by preventing heart attacks and help close gaps in epidemic preparedness and response.
The Forum of International Respiratory Societies launches world’s first Global Charter for Lung Health.
It is time to recognize that psoriasis is a non-communicable disease. It is time to include psoriasis in the global response to NCDs.
Now is the moment to highlight progress made on commitments from the 2014 High Level Meeting on NCDs and redouble our efforts.
Top health officials from every nation will gather in Geneva for the World Health Assembly, where they will elect a new head of the WHO.