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The Japan Integrated Healthcare Conference, organized by the AMPED Medical Conferences will take place from 20th January to 25th January 2019 at the Rusutsu Resort in Rusutsu, Japan. The conference will cover areas like Healthcare.

Spotlight

Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) were once thought to be impacting the rich and affluent, but it is now well established that they afflict the poor as well. While changing lifestyles, unhealthy eating habits and declining physical activity are the key reasons for high incidence rates in the rich population, the issues of access and affordability account for higher mortality amongst the urban poor and rural population.


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