The Global Health Movement - The Good and the Bad Global Health is, in a sense, almost becoming ‘trendy.” I am starting a new blogging series to get people thinking about how they can best get involved in global health by talking about some of the controversial issues that can come up. As more people get involved in global health, the poor quality of healthcare in developing nations is unintentionally taken advantage of.
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One in five American deaths is now associated with obesity -- a shocking truth that may even overtake hunger as the top global health concern. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/04/12/obesity-global-health-issue.aspx
The United Nations has been actively involved in promoting and protecting good health worldwide. The World Health Organization is leading the way within United Nations. WHO and UN focus on global health issues.