Editorial

Healthy China 2030: Primary Health Challenges

This editorial discusses the primary health challenges to the implementation of Healthy China 2030. It mainly focused on 1)The imbalance between socioeconomic development and population aging, 2)Insurtializaion, urbanization and environmental pollutions, 3)Occupational health, and 4) Infections and chronic inflammations, which lead to chronic diseases.

Copyright 2019 by Global Clinical and Translational Research

 

How to cite this paper:

Editorial. Healthy China 2030: Primary Health Challenges. Glob Clinl and Transl Res 2019; 1(3):93-99. doi:10.36316/gcatr.01.0014

 

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