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WebSalutis: a Brazilian Ehealth Effort
Health promotion (improving self care) has been pointed out by WHO as one of the most efficient and cost-effective measures to control the widespread increase of chronic Non-communicable Diseases - which are mostly related to bad life habits such as smoking, sedentarism and fatty diet. Health promotion for developing countries, beyond the epidemiological benefit, is very important in terms of health economy. Digital and mobile technologies have been very useful in improving, spreading...
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