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Project pushes healthy habits

People show off their moves during the launch of the ‘Healthy Station’ project at Lumphini Metropolitan Rapid Transit station on Friday, encouraging city residents to be active for good health. Somchai Poomlard

Bangkokians’ poor state of physical and mental health needs to be addressed, said Supreeda Adulyanon, manager of the Thai Health Promotion Foundation (ThaiHealth).

The Bangkok lifestyle, including stress from work, studying, traffic and environmental factors such as toxic dust, all contribute to noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) that are taking their toll on the city’s residents, Mr Supreeda said.

Respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer, and mental diseases are all classified as NCDs, many of which are…

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