What Does Chronic Disease Look Like?

The World Health Organization estimates that 35 million deaths are caused by chronic diseases and rising chronic diseases are difficult if not impossible to cure.

What Does Chronic Disease Look Like?

The prevalence of chronic diseases is steadily increasing. This leads to poor health high healthcare costs and premature deaths. The World Health Organization estimates that 35 million deaths are caused by chronic diseases and rising chronic diseases are difficult if not impossible to cure.

Chronic disease comes in different forms and shapes. While many diseases can be considered chronic. Some common ones are heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, and cancer. Poor lifestyle choices and bad habits increase the risk of chronic disease. Changing lifestyle & bad habits is an enormous challenge.

Chronic diseases – such as diabetes, cancer, asthma, and heart disease – are leading causes of death and disability. The Liu Foundation offers philanthropic GoLively app and video series promoting evidence-based lifestyle habits to prevent chronic diseases. GoLively integrated Harvard, Stanford, and CDC’s Public Health findings into an easy-to-use behavior conditioning app and series of lifestyle motivation videos to prevent chronic diseases.

GoLively app and videos cover physical, mental, social, financial, and medical health aspects with 10 healthy lifestyle habits. GoLively enables corporate social responsibility to lower the annual $4 trillion spent on preventable chronic diseases in the United States. Healthy habits can lead to improved employee health, saving healthcare cost, increasing productivity, and morale. Download the Lively Habits app to help you keep track of your 10 healthy lifestyle habits. Go Lively!

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