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Obesity and overweight 'on the rise in nearly every country'

Here are four takeaways to digest from the Global Nutrition Report, which acts as a report card on the world’s progress in tackling problems in this area.

Here are four takeaways to digest from the Global Nutrition Report, which acts as a report card on the world’s progress in tackling problems in this area.

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World Health Day: WHO focuses on dramatic rise in diabetes

Almost one in eleven people globally are affected by diabetes, according to a World Health Organization (WHO) report. Released to coincide with this

Almost one in eleven people globally are affected by diabetes, according to a World Health Organization (WHO) report. Released to coincide with this

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Takeaway: Red card for dangerous lifestyle

Inactivity is the 4. cause of death worldwide. In Europe sedentarity kills almost 1.000.000 of people per year. Obesity, diabetes, and others

Inactivity is the 4. cause of death worldwide. In Europe sedentarity kills almost 1.000.000 of people per year. Obesity, diabetes, and others

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Change 4 Life promotes being 'Sugar Smart'

A free smartphone app has been launched in England to help parents reduce the amount of sugar their children eat. Called ‘Sugar Smart’ it shows the

A free smartphone app has been launched in England to help parents reduce the amount of sugar their children eat. Called ‘Sugar Smart’ it shows the

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Takeaway: venoms that heal

This cobra can kill you… but its venom could also cure your diabetes… or your allergy. Thousands of toxins from 200 venimous species have been newly

This cobra can kill you… but its venom could also cure your diabetes… or your allergy. Thousands of toxins from 200 venimous species have been newly

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Keeping the workplace healthy

Company doctors have a new role looking out for early signs of chronic conditions such as diabetes and musculoskeletal disorders.

Company doctors have a new role looking out for early signs of chronic conditions such as diabetes and musculoskeletal disorders.