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ชนม์พิสุทธิ์ บุณยประคอง


Insufficient physical activity is a key risk factor for noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and many of Thai people are affected by NCDs. The results from the study found that there are tax measures as a tool to solve such problems in some counties such as Canada and Sweden. Therefore, adopting the principle of the foreign countries such as Canadian laws and Swedish laws in Thai laws would be beneficial to promote physical activities and prevent Non-communicable diseases in Thailand.


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