Health Affairs’ September Issue Focuses On Global Burden Of NCDs, Chronic Ailments

Health Affairs Blog: Health Affairs’ September Issue: Growing Burden Of Noncommunicable Diseases
“The September issue of Health Affairs focuses on the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases. Increased wealth worldwide has reduced the frequency of some infectious diseases, while chronic diseases — heart disease, respiratory ailments, cancer, diabetes, mental illness, and others — are more widespread,” Tracy Gnadinger, assistant editor at Health Affairs, writes (9/8).

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