WHO sounds the alarm: by the end of the decade there will be a surge in chronic diseases

News » Health

 WHO is sounding the alarm: there will be a surge in chronic diseases by the end of the decade

The World Health Organization believes that by the end of this decade, the level of various chronic diseases will increase dramatically. This is stated in the new report of the WHO. It is expected that there will be more people suffering from heart disease and diabetes. It is predicted that by 2030 there will be 500 million new cases of noncommunicable diseases. According to Gizmodo, “Chronicle” will occur more often due to lack of sufficient physical activity. According to experts, if the level of physical activity of people does not change, then by the end of the decade it will put a lot of pressure on health systems.

Follow us on Telegram

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *