See How Much You Know About Noncommunicable Diseases and Global Health

Commuters wearing masks make their way amid thick haze in the morning in Beijing, China.
Commuters wearing masks make their way amid thick haze in the morning in Beijing, China. Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters

Test your knowledge of noncommunicable diseases and health in the developing world, from conditions such as Alzheimer’s and diabetes to global efforts to end HIV/AIDS.

May 21, 2019

Commuters wearing masks make their way amid thick haze in the morning in Beijing, China.
Commuters wearing masks make their way amid thick haze in the morning in Beijing, China. Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters
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Test your knowledge of countries, history, economics, foreign policy, and more.

Noncommunicable diseases have emerged as the leading cause of death and disability in developing countries. Find out how much you know about this growing threat to global health.

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