Awareness of non-communicable diseases in women: a cross-sectional study View Full Text


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2022-04-14

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Fiona Irani, Eloïse Coquoz, Michael von Wolff, Norman Bitterlich, Petra Stute

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Chronic non-communicable diseases (NCD) are the major reason for death, morbidity, loss of independency and public health cost. NCD prevalence could be significantly reduced by adopting a healthy lifestyle. This cross-sectional cohort study (online survey) in 221 women aimed to assess NCD awareness, knowledge about NCD prevention and willingness to adopt a healthier lifestyle in women. Overall, NCD awareness level was quite high with, however, information mainly originating from lay media, probably being one reason for false estimations of age groups mainly affected by NCD, impact of NCD on quality of life, NCD mortalities, and the extent of NCD prevention by lifestyle interventions, respectively. Furthermore, also due to mainly lay media, half of women knew online NCD risk calculators, most of them would like to know their NCD risk, but only few had been offered NCD risk calculation by their physician. The mean threshold for willing to adopt a healthier lifestyle was a roughly calculated 37% 5–10 years risk to develop a certain NCD. Acceptance of non-pharmacological interventions for NCD prevention was high, however, major barriers for not implementing a healthier lifestyle were lack of expert information and lack of time. In conclusion, future public health strategies should focus on distributing better understandable and correct information about NCD as well as meeting the individuals’ request for personalized NCD risk calculation. Furthermore, physicians should be better trained for personalized NCD prevention counseling. More... »

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