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Around 70% of strokes occur in low- and middle-income countries, where the incidence of stroke has more than doubled over the last four decades, and where, on average, stroke occurs to people 15 years earlier than it does in high-income countries. (...) Countries in the Region have in recent years implemented a series of high-impact “best buys” aimed at preventing stroke, in line with the Region’s Flagship Priority on preventing and controlling NCDs. (...) Together we can realize a Region in which stroke is more effectively prevented and managed, with fewer stroke-related disabilities and deaths, and greater health, well-being and productivity.
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Score: 1729727.7 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...29-10-2020-world-stroke-day-ms
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One in four people are in danger of stroke in their lifetime. Lifestyle risk factors for stroke include being overweight or obese, physical inactivity, tobacco use and alcohol abuse. (...) To help address this inequity, WHO continues to support all countries of the Region to identify and apply “best buy” interventions that reduce the risk of stroke, and which strengthen access for all to quality stroke services. (...) Specific focus is needed to improve fast-track referrals and enhance emergency stroke services. Third, making essential stroke medicines accessible to all.
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Score: 1715783.2 - https://www.who.int/southeasta...il/28-10-2021-world-stroke-day
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His doctor explained that the stroke was likely caused by his high blood pressure which is fueled by consuming too much salt. (...) Across the Pacific island countries, the number of patients with stroke, heart disease and hypertension is increasing, and the victims are younger and younger. High salt intake contributes to raised blood pressure and hypertension which is a key risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is a public health problem in many Pacific island countries and areas.
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Score: 1693045.9 - https://www.who.int/solomonisl...e-hidden-danger-in-the-pacific
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His doctor explained that the stroke was likely caused by his high blood pressure which is fueled by consuming too much salt. (...) Across the Pacific island countries, the number of patients with stroke, heart disease and hypertension is increasing, and the victims are younger and younger. High salt intake contributes to raised blood pressure and hypertension which is a key risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is a public health problem in many Pacific island countries and areas.
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Score: 1693045.9 - https://www.who.int/kiribati/n...e-hidden-danger-in-the-pacific
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His doctor explained that the stroke was likely caused by his high blood pressure which is fueled by consuming too much salt. (...) Across the Pacific island countries, the number of patients with stroke, heart disease and hypertension is increasing, and the victims are younger and younger. High salt intake contributes to raised blood pressure and hypertension which is a key risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is a public health problem in many Pacific island countries and areas.
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Score: 1693045.9 - https://www.who.int/palau/news...e-hidden-danger-in-the-pacific
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His doctor explained that the stroke was likely caused by his high blood pressure which is fueled by consuming too much salt. (...) Across the Pacific island countries, the number of patients with stroke, heart disease and hypertension is increasing, and the victims are younger and younger. High salt intake contributes to raised blood pressure and hypertension which is a key risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is a public health problem in many Pacific island countries and areas.
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Score: 1693045.9 - https://www.who.int/americansa...e-hidden-danger-in-the-pacific
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His doctor explained that the stroke was likely caused by his high blood pressure which is fueled by consuming too much salt. (...) Across the Pacific island countries, the number of patients with stroke, heart disease and hypertension is increasing, and the victims are younger and younger. High salt intake contributes to raised blood pressure and hypertension which is a key risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is a public health problem in many Pacific island countries and areas.
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Score: 1693045.9 - https://www.who.int/nauru/news...e-hidden-danger-in-the-pacific
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His doctor explained that the stroke was likely caused by his high blood pressure which is fueled by consuming too much salt. (...) Across the Pacific island countries, the number of patients with stroke, heart disease and hypertension is increasing, and the victims are younger and younger. High salt intake contributes to raised blood pressure and hypertension which is a key risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is a public health problem in many Pacific island countries and areas.
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Score: 1693045.9 - https://www.who.int/newzealand...e-hidden-danger-in-the-pacific
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His doctor explained that the stroke was likely caused by his high blood pressure which is fueled by consuming too much salt. (...) Across the Pacific island countries, the number of patients with stroke, heart disease and hypertension is increasing, and the victims are younger and younger. High salt intake contributes to raised blood pressure and hypertension which is a key risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is a public health problem in many Pacific island countries and areas.
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Score: 1693045.9 - https://www.who.int/niue/news/...e-hidden-danger-in-the-pacific
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His doctor explained that the stroke was likely caused by his high blood pressure which is fueled by consuming too much salt. (...) Across the Pacific island countries, the number of patients with stroke, heart disease and hypertension is increasing, and the victims are younger and younger. High salt intake contributes to raised blood pressure and hypertension which is a key risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is a public health problem in many Pacific island countries and areas.
Language:English
Score: 1693045.9 - https://www.who.int/fiji/news/...e-hidden-danger-in-the-pacific
Data Source: un