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Providing confirmed and confirmed how you can get to sleep and remain asleep for the evening, a consultant in keeping with stories of globally scientific literature and interviews with specialists solutions the most important questions and provides strategies to accommodate sleeplessness. Simultaneous.

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China Long-Term Issues and Options in the Health Transition. Report No. 7965-CHA. I-II. C. Page xiii Acknowledgments This study was prepared by Patricio Márquez, Public Health Specialist, Human Resources Division, Department III, Latin America and Caribbean Vice Presidency. It is based on World Bank missions led by Evangeline Javier that visited Chile in 1992 and 1993, in conjunction with the preparation, appraisal, and supervision of the World Bank-supported Technical Assistance and Hospital Rehabilitation Project (TAHRP) and the Health Sector Reform Project (HSRP).

All rights reserved Manufactured in the United States of America First printing May 1995 World Bank Country Studies are among the many reports originally prepared for internal use as part of the continuing analysis by the Bank of the economic and related conditions of its developing member countries and of its dialogues with the governments. Some of the reports are published in this series with the least possible delay for the use of governments and the academic, business and financial, and development communities.

Though the prevalence of many non-communicable disease risk factors is high in Chile, mortality rates from these conditions have still not reached the levels found in industrialized countries. This is because most non-communicable illnesses have a long latency period, such that the clinical manifestations of the disease only become apparent after periods as long as 10 to 30 years after initial exposure to precipitating conditions and risk factors. Current disease trends in Chile are thus the product of the past 20 to 30 years' exposure to risk factors.

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