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WHO, WHO survey, world health organisation, WHO survey on children, accident, deaths, survey, research on deaths, Health conferences, latest on health, indian express, indian express news Adolescents are at very high risk of self-harm and suicide. (Source: File Photo)

five star sports picks,Over 3,000 youngsters die every day, totalling 1.2 million deaths a year, from largely preventable causes, according to a new report from the World Health Organization (WHO).

Around 1.2 billion people, or one in every six persons, are adolescents aged between 10 to 19 years.,fanduel golf rules

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free roulette no download,The report entitled ‘Global accelerated action for the health of adolescents (AA-HA!): Guidance to support country implementation’, was scheduled to be launched on Tuesday in Canada at the Global Adolescent Health Conference: Unleashing the Power of a Generation.

The report states that the biggest causes of death among adolescents are road traffic injuries, lower respiratory infections and suicide, which caused respectively 115,302, 72,655 and 67,149 deaths.,vta tennis hk

football lokam,While most of these deaths could be prevented with good health services, education and social support, in many cases, adolescents who suffer from mental health disorders, substance abuse or poor nutrition cannot obtain critical prevention and care services — either because the services do not exist, or because they do not know about them.

“Adolescents have been entirely absent from national health plans for decades,” said Flavia Bustreo, Assistant Director-General, WHO.,fish table gambling game online real money

maxcric. bet,“Relatively small investments focused on adolescents now, will not only result in healthy and empowered adults, who will thrive and contribute positively to their communities, but it will also result in healthier future generations, yielding enormous returns,” Bustreo added.

betway apk,Interventions such as seat-belt laws to comprehensive sexuality education can help countries to improve the health and well-being of their adolescents and dramatically cut unnecessary deaths, the report recommended.

Besides these causes, in low- and middle-income countries in Africa, communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, lower respiratory infections, meningitis and diarrhoeal diseases are the biggest killers.,titans results

five star sports picks,The leading cause of death for younger adolescent girls aged between 10-14 years are lower respiratory infections, such as pneumonia — often a result of indoor air pollution from cooking with dirty fuels.

For girls in the 15 to 19 years age group, it is pregnancy complications, such as haemorrhage, sepsis, obstructed labour and complications from unsafe abortions that cause the deaths, the report said.,futebol online em direto

bet365 mirror link,Adolescents are also at very high risk of self-harm and suicide as it is the leading or second cause of adolescent death in Europe and South-East Asia.

📣 The above article is for information purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional for any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.

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