World Obesity Day: ‘All countries significantly off track to meet 2025 WHO targets on Obesity’
All countries are worryingly off track to meet the 2025 global targets to which they have committed, despite just 5 years to go. By 2025, global obesity prevalence is predicted to reach 18% in men and surpass 21% in women, with many countries experiencing much higher levels. Five countries – US, China, Brazil, India and Russia – account for around a third of all cases of obesity in adults globally.
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