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Unfortunately, there is very little public awareness of the association between health and lifestyle. Many are unaware that a change in lifestyle is an important factor in the emergence of chronic diseases as causes of increased morbidity and mortality. Lifestyle is -generally considered a personal issue. (...) "Adherence to Healthy Lifestyle Habits in US Adults, 1988-2006", Am J Med. 122(6) (June 2009): 528-34.
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Score: 999176.6 - https://www.un.org/en/chronicl...conomic-burden-health-services
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Unfortunately, there is very little public awareness of the association between health and lifestyle. Many are unaware that a change in lifestyle is an important factor in the emergence of chronic diseases as causes of increased morbidity and mortality. Lifestyle is -generally considered a personal issue. (...) "Adherence to Healthy Lifestyle Habits in US Adults, 1988-2006", Am J Med. 122(6) (June 2009): 528-34.
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Score: 999176.6 - https://www.un.org/en/node/26861
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Western Pacific Philippines Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Feature stories / Detail / Preventing noncommunicable diseases and promoting healthy lifestyle among adolescents Preventing noncommunicable diseases and promoting healthy lifestyle among adolescents 5 May 2016 The Department of Health Regional Office XII, with support from the World Health Organization Country Office in the Philippines through the Joint Program on Maternal and Newborn Health (JPMNH) recently conducted the Training of Trainers (TOT) on Noncommunicable Disease (NCD) Orientation for Adolescents. The training aimed to build the capacity of youth leaders and program implementers to facilitate training and education sessions on preventing noncommunicable diseases and promoting healthy lifestyle among adolescents. Participants to the training included a mix of selected youth leaders in Region XII and program implementers in Regions XI and XII. (...) The training ended with a pledge of commitment for healthy lifestyle from the participants. “Prevention of noncommunicable diseases and promoting healthy lifestyle must be everyone’s priority.
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Score: 976997.1 - https://www.who.int/philippine...hy-lifestyle-among-adolescents
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Can community gardens promote more sustainable lifestyles? | Urban Food Actions Platform | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Urban Food Actions Platform Explore topics Resources Events Share with us Join Us Can community gardens promote more sustainable lifestyles? Author: Marion Tharrey, Nicole Darmon Publisher: National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (Inrae) 2021   The results of the JArDinS study—conducted in the Greater Montpellier area—did not reveal any changes towards more sustainable lifestyles among community garden users a year after they began participating in the garden.   (...) This could explain why no lifestyle impact was noted.  The organization of community gardens should be revised to promote long-term integration and active participation of city dwellers (location close to their households, support, and regular activities), thereby enhancing lifestyle sustainability.
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Score: 975712.6 - https://www.fao.org/urban-food...resources-detail/en/c/1396280/
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Panelists focused on the following questions, sharing their views and experiences from different perspectives, including the individual level, schools and the private sector: What is the role of education, in particular Education for Sustainable Development , to promote alternative lifestyles/livelihoods in response to consumerism? How can ESD promote reflection on new lifestyles that combine well-being, quality of life, responsible production and respect for nature and other people? (...) Promoting sustainable lifestyles through a whole school approach Schools can promote sustainable lifestyles and support Education for Sustainable Development by applying the whole school approach. (...) Promoting new values to establish new ways of living Lifestyles as well as personal choices are influenced by culture and values shared by societies.
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Score: 974224.7 - https://en.unesco.org/news/red...cation-sustainable-development
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“Within a generation, Sri Lankans have moved from an agrarian culture to a more sedentary urban lifestyle, and yet they are still eating large quantities of white rice, with the expected rise in obesity, diabetes and other lifestyle-related conditions,” says Dr F R Mehta, WHO Representative to Sri Lanka. Healthy lifestyle centres “Within a generation, Sri Lankans have moved from an agrarian culture to a more sedentary urban lifestyle, and yet they are still eating large quantities of white rice, with the expected rise in obesity, diabetes and other lifestyle-related conditions,” Dr F R Mehta, WHO Representative to Sri Lanka In response, the country has, since 2011, used its extensive network of clinics and hospitals to set up 700 healthy lifestyle centres. (...) It is essential to communicate lifestyle and health messages in ways that people can understand and act on.
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Score: 973638.6 - https://www.who.int/features/2...ri-lanka-health-challenges/en/
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Can community gardens promote more sustainable lifestyles? | منصة الإجراءات الغذائية الحضرية | منظمة الأغذية والزراعة للأمم المتحدة FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español منصة الإجراءات الغذائية الحضرية مجالات التركيز الموارد أحداث لتشاطر المعلومات معنا لتشاطر المعلومات معنا Can community gardens promote more sustainable lifestyles? الكاتب : Marion Tharrey, Nicole Darmon نشرت من قبل : National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (Inrae) 2021   The results of the JArDinS study—conducted in the Greater Montpellier area—did not reveal any changes towards more sustainable lifestyles among community garden users a year after they began participating in the garden.   (...) This could explain why no lifestyle impact was noted.  The organization of community gardens should be revised to promote long-term integration and active participation of city dwellers (location close to their households, support, and regular activities), thereby enhancing lifestyle sustainability.
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Score: 973228.9 - https://www.fao.org/urban-food...resources-detail/ar/c/1396280/
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Can community gardens promote more sustainable lifestyles? | Городские мероприятия в области продовольствия | Продовольственная и сельскохозяйственная организация Объединенных Наций FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Городские мероприятия в области продовольствия Направления работы Ресурсы Мероприятия Поделитесь с нами Поделитесь с нами Can community gardens promote more sustainable lifestyles? Автор: Marion Tharrey, Nicole Darmon Издатель: National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (Inrae) 2021   The results of the JArDinS study—conducted in the Greater Montpellier area—did not reveal any changes towards more sustainable lifestyles among community garden users a year after they began participating in the garden.   (...) This could explain why no lifestyle impact was noted.  The organization of community gardens should be revised to promote long-term integration and active participation of city dwellers (location close to their households, support, and regular activities), thereby enhancing lifestyle sustainability.
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Score: 970757.9 - https://www.fao.org/urban-food...resources-detail/ru/c/1396280/
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Can community gardens promote more sustainable lifestyles? | Plataforma de Acciones en Alimentación Urbana | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español Plataforma de Acciones en Alimentación Urbana Esferas de atención Recursos Eventos Comparta con nosotros Comparta con nosotros Can community gardens promote more sustainable lifestyles? Autor: Marion Tharrey, Nicole Darmon Publicado por: National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (Inrae) 2021   The results of the JArDinS study—conducted in the Greater Montpellier area—did not reveal any changes towards more sustainable lifestyles among community garden users a year after they began participating in the garden.   (...) This could explain why no lifestyle impact was noted.  The organization of community gardens should be revised to promote long-term integration and active participation of city dwellers (location close to their households, support, and regular activities), thereby enhancing lifestyle sustainability.
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Score: 970757.9 - https://www.fao.org/urban-food...resources-detail/es/c/1396280/
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Approximately 2 million deaths per year are attributed to physical inactivity, prompting WHO to issue a warning that a sedentary lifestyle could very well be among the 10 leading causes of death and disability in the world. (...) By choosing physical activity as the theme for World Health Day, WHO is promoting healthy, active and tobacco-free lifestyles. The aim is to prevent the disease and disability caused by unhealthy and sedentary living. (...) In addition to individual lifestyle changes, governments and policy makers are also recommended to "move for health" by creating a supportive environment for people.
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Score: 969652.8 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...sease-and-disability-warns-who
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