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The main topic of events held in the military units and military representative offices of the Darganata, Danevsky and Charzhevsky districts was the prevention of non-communicable diseases and a healthy lifestyle. It was organized by Turkmenistan National Red Crescent Association Lebap velayat branch representative Eresh Orunov together with experts from health institutions.

In conversations with ordinary soldiers, the harmful effects of cigarettes, tobacco and alcohol on human health were discussed in detail. Doctors gave specific information about how such bad habits can lead to various diseases of the cardiovascular system and lungs. Medical advice: stay away from bad habits.Strong protection against any ailment is physical exercises and sports that strengthen human health, prolong life and maintain active longevity. It was especially emphasized that healthy children are born from healthy people who are the future of the country.

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