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The scourges of HIV, diarrhoea and lower respiratory infections are Kenya's worst health challenges, forming "triad of troubles" that is preventing millions from living long, healthy lives," showed the study.
Ischaemic heart disease was the leading cause of premature mortality in all regions, apart from in low income countries where the leading cause was lower respiratory infections.
The next biggest early killer was lung cancer followed by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, stroke, Alzheimers/ dementia, drug use disorders, chronic liver disease, colorectal cancer, suicide or self-harm and lower respiratory infections.
Road traffic injuries, lower respiratory infections and suicide are the biggest causes of death among adolescents.
Road traffic injuries, lower respiratory infections, and suicide are the biggest causes of death among adolescents.
There are currently no approved vaccines for the virus, which causes croup and lower respiratory infections, and kills around 160,000 people, primarily infants, globally every year.
The report said nearly half the passive-smoking deaths occurred in women, with the rest divided almost equally between children and men, the report said, adding some 60 per cent were caused by heart disease and 30 percent by lower respiratory infections, followed by asthma and lung cancer.
Acute lower respiratory infections such as pneumonia are less common, but caused an estimated 2.
2 episodes per child per year, and lower respiratory infections occurred at a rate of 0.
Children attending OPD with GE and Lower respiratory infections are excluded.
These include asymptomatic infections, frequent common colds, and severe lower respiratory infections, especially infantile bronchiolitis, childhood pneumonia, and acute exacerbations of chronic respiratory diseases, such as asthma.
Global and regional burden of hospital admissions for severe acute lower respiratory infections in young children in 2010: A systematic analysis.

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