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Assembly proposes nine fresh policies based on public input

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The National Health Assembly has resolved to propose nine health policies ranging from banning toxic farm chemicals to preventing overuse of the internet among Thai children. 

The policies were based on public input and were aimed to bring good health to Thai citizens, National Health Commission secretary-general Ampon Jindawattana said at the conclusion of the three-day annual assembly at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre yesterday. The nine policies are:

- Arrangement of facilities to promote walking and cycling;

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