One in five people around the world are likely to develop cancer during their lifetime, and a third of cancer deaths are linked to common modifiable behavioural risk factors. It is of great importance to implement effective health strategies to prevent cancer and help people live a longer and healthier life. A new study aiming to reduce cancer risks by promoting health programs in workplaces will commence in early 2022.
A new study of processed meats and fish products in five countries showed great variations in salt content, potentially signalling opportunities for countries and their consumers, manufacturers and policy makers to reduce excessive salt, meet World Health Organization (WHO) targets and improve people’s health.
WHO report calls for ambitious climate commitments as the only path to long-term recovery from pandemic