Kids with chronic obesity conditions to sky-rocket by 2025 - with 268 MILLION set to suffer hypertension, diabetes, or liver disease



Global childhood obesity rates are set to sky-rocket in the next few years.
By 2025, around 268 million children aged between five and 17 years old will be overweight, according to fresh estimates by the World Obesity Federation.  
More than 90 million of those children will be registered obese, the data suggest. 
It is a significant revision up from previous estimates by the World Health Organization, which had envisioned 70 million children would be overweight in 2025. 
Researchers say, since no policy interventions are proving effective, these new figures are ominously likely. 
And as a... read more

 
9 October 2016 in Health, Views: 44
Source: Daily Mail
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