Jaroslava Hovan-Somborac

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INTRODUCTION Mental disorders are recognized as a significant socio-medical problem within WHO European Region with prevalence of 5%. They constantly have an increasing rate and comprise series of pathologies including neuroses and psychosocial pathologies, organic psychoses and neural disorders. Over the past decade, as a result of crisis, enhancement of(More)
INTRODUCTION Our country is in the third place in Europe concerning tobacco smoking. Although strict law regulations regarding indoor smoking have been brought, the law banning all tobacco advertising, and the behaviour of our population are inadequate. Our objective was to persuade smokers for the "Quit and Win" campaign and to establish the number of(More)
Chronic non-communicable diseases are caused by interaction between numerous environmental and socio-economic factors and biological response of the human body. They are gaining importance due to the fact that they largely depend on common risk factors, of which more than 70% can be prevented. In 1996, an integrated health prevention program for chronic(More)
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