Addressing people's lack of physical activity, unhealthy diets and use of tobacco is key in tackling noncommunicable diseases, according to the World Health Organization. But there is still a general perception that these risk factors are more of an individual responsibility than an issue to be addressed by governments, a WHO official tells Devex.
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