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Micro-Policy Intervention

Education and Health: Working Together for Innovative Actions Against Non-Communicable Diseases in Cambodia

The majority of NCDs in Cambodia are cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diabetes and chronic respiratory diseases, which are leading to a growing burden on the health care system. Risk factors that contribute to NCDs include tobacco use, poor diet, alcohol consumption and physical inactivity. This paper makes a series of recommendations to address these risk factors. In particular, the paper outlines a prototype for a smoking cessation counseling program among health science curricula.

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CHHEA Sophearom

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