The rate of death of non-communicable diseases in Israel is 67 percent
Today, 67 percent of the country's fatalities stem from non-communicable diseases. Although the importance of health care in Bangladesh's health system is not important in disease prevention. Government ministries and authorities responsible for strengthening disease prevention do not take effective measures in this area. As a result, people suffer from cancer, heartburn and poor non-communicable diseases. Bangladesh is financially damaged by the expensive treatment of these diseases. Which prevented overall development.
Speakers at the conference "Roundtable" on "Environmental Disasters and Tasks": "Cancer and heart disease," speakers at this conference expressed their views on the Bachao Andolan Environment (PABA) office on Tuesday. Organizing the seminar organizes the environment. The chairman of the organization, Abu Nasser Khan, was the head of the seminar, and the secretary of the orchestra, Abdus Sobhan, coordinator of the National Movement for Human Rights, spoke on this occasion Rashid-Maboub, Joint Secretary-General Dr. Leelin Chowdhury, Paba Editor Mahbubul Alam, Ferdous Ahmed Ujjal, Nutrition Specialist Dr. M Farzul Huq, Secretary General of Nasof Taib Ali, Engineer Tofail Ahmed, Program Manager of WBB Trust Sayda Ananya Rahman and others.
The rapid increase in literacy and population growth, as well as unhealthy habits, the use of unhealthy food, the use of unhealthy food, lack of adequate physical labor, excess fat, uncontrolled use of tobacco and tobacco and tobacco, environmental pollution and insecurity are one of the reasons. Tobacco use is one of the causes of heart disease and cancer. About 35% of Bangladesh's population uses tobacco.
According to the Institute of Health Matrix and the Evaluation of the University of Washington, 8,047,890 people died of the disease in 200 diseases and various types of injuries in 2016. The number of deaths gradually increased. In 2040, the number increased by 32% to 11 million 23,000 450. Another survey of the same organization reveals that between 1990 and 2013, the number of people suffering from heart disease were most affected by diseases. Besides, heart disease is one of the main causes of death of 15 to 49 years of human life.
According to the International Journal of Health, Lancet says 1.01 million stroke deaths in 2013 and 1,660 people died of a heart attack and 28,000 people died due to hypertension. According to the Journal of Clinical Oncology (JJC), there is an increase in abnormal cells in the body of 1 million 27 million people in Bangladesh, known as neoplasia in the language of medical science. If this continues, 24 million people will be at risk of cancer by 2030.
Speakers also said it was important to stress the prevention of non-communicable diseases in preventing death, that is, preventing disease. To this end, the authorities charged with the proper implementation of health and policy laws will have to come forward. Besides, to ensure safe food for the people to make all the public infrastructure friendly to reduce any pollution related to the environment, immediate action must be taken. Unhealthy foods, tobacco production, and health-related developmental supplements should be affected by substances that are harmful to public health. As well as tobacco companies and other multinational companies, it is important to keep an eye on people not to attract these products through the advertisement of unhealthy foods.
Ittefaq / Nuhu