Major Health Problems for Low Income Countries

The major health problems that were very common in the past still persist in low income countries like Comoros, Djibouti, Mauritania, Somalia and Yemen, the investigators have found out.
But overall the threat of infectious diseases with exception of HIV has decreased according to the research paper.
Till 2010, the number 1 cause of death in Arab countries was heart diseases which were involved in 14.3% of deaths. In 1990 it was ranked second among all the health threats.
This was followed by stroke, which was again followed by respiratory infection, diarrhea, diabetes, road injuries and cirrhosis respectively.
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