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Promoting Healthy Lifestyles in the Workplace Promoting Healthy Lifestyles in the Workplace

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Caribbean Wellness DayDesigned for the workplace, this fact sheet is one of five produced for the celebration of Caribbean Wellness Day 2009 on 12 September. The series was created to generate awareness on the impact of chronic noncommunicable diseases (CNCDs) in the Caribbean with the aim of reducing risk factors and promoting better health. This particular sheet suggests how both employers and employees, and their respective organizations, might go about promoting healthy behaviors in the workplace, which can improve physical health and mental outlook/morale, reduce stress and absenteeism, and improve productivity, as well as contributing to better health among the population as a whole.

Chronic Diseases: Information for Health Professionals Chronic Diseases: Information for Health Professionals

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Caribbean Wellness DayDesigned for healthcare workers, this fact sheet is one of five produced for the celebration of Caribbean Wellness Day 2009 on 12 September. The series was created to generate awareness on the impact of chronic noncommunicable diseases (CNCDs) in the Caribbean with the aim of reducing risk factors and promoting better health among the population. This particular sheet suggests what healthcare professionals can do to promote and/or improve good health among their patients.

Chronic Diseases: Healthy Living and Faith-Based Organizations Chronic Diseases: Healthy Living and Faith-Based Organizations

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Caribbean Wellness DayEspecially designed for the faith-based organizations, this fact sheet is one of five produced for the celebration of Caribbean Wellness Day 2009 on 12 September. The series was created to generate awareness on the impact of chronic noncommunicable diseases (CNCDs) in the Caribbean with the aim of reducing risk factors and promoting better health. This particular sheet suggests how faith-based organizations might go about promoting healthy behaviors among their congregations and thus contribute to better health among the population as a whole.

Chronic Diseases: Healthy Lifestyles and Schools Chronic Diseases: Healthy Lifestyles and Schools

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Caribbean Wellness DayDesigned especially for schools, this fact sheet is one of five produced for the celebration of Caribbean Wellness Day 2009 on 12 September. The series was created to generate awareness on the impact of chronic noncommunicable diseases (CNCDs) in the Caribbean with the aim of reducing risk factors and promoting better health. This particular sheet suggests how schools might go about promoting healthy behaviors among children and adolescents and thus contribute to their better health throughout their life. It also contains data from the WHO Global School Health Survey (GSHS).

Chronic Diseases in the Caribbean: Facts and Figures Chronic Diseases in the Caribbean: Facts and Figures

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Caribbean Wellness DayDesigned for the general public, this fact sheet is one of five produced for the celebration of Caribbean Wellness Day 2009 on 12 September. The series was created to generate awareness on the impact of chronic noncommunicable diseases (CNCDs) in the Caribbean with the aim of reducing risk factors and promoting better health. This particular sheet provides the public with general information that they might apply to their daily living and thus improve their state of health, avoid the pitfalls of the most common risk factors, and adopt healthier lifestyles.

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