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What are the risks for developing a non-communicable disease?

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The main risk factors contributing to NCDs involve unhealthy unbalanced diets, physical inactivity, tobacco use, and alcohol misuse. therefore, most of these diseases are preventable as they eventually progress in early life based on how you manage your lifestyle. 

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