The Quest For the Wonder Slimming Pill

Obesity is becoming an increasingly serious problem and is officially considered the number 1 cause of death. According to World Health Organisation estimates, in one decade the numbers have tripled. Now more than 1 billion people worldwide are obese – 650 million adults, 340 million adolescents and 39 million children. This number is still rising and by 2025, another approximately 167 million people – adults and children – will become less healthy because they are overweight or obese.

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WHO: Monkeypox May Become a Public Health Risk

A banner signifying the monkeypox endemic

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Monkeypox may become a real public health risk if no adequate and timely measures are taken to curb the outbreak, said Dr Hans Kluge, World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Director for Europe, quoted by the international body’s website. 

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