October is the month dedicated internationally to the prevention of breast cancer, a disease from which it is possible to recover if one acts in time.
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The campaign recently promoted by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work aims to raise awareness among workers and public opinion about the risks involved in the working environment and the methods of prevention.
World Cancer Day is an initiative promoted worldwide by the Union for International Cancer Control to raise public awareness on primary and secondary prevention in the fight against cancer, with particular regard, this year, to the importance of physical activity (...)
Air pollution kills 6.5 million people every year. A new World Health Organization's campaign aims to raise awareness even more about the importance of protecting the quality of air in our cities (...)
92% of the world population lives in areas where air quality levels exceed the threshold values established WHO. The new data are a further, detailed source of information on environmental pollution and the resultant danger to public health (...)
On February 4, we celebrate the World Cancer Day, an initiative promoted worldwide by the World Health Organization to raise awareness on issues related to the prevention prevention, primary and secondary education, and the fight against cancer, with particular emphasis on areas of life and work (...)