Obesity is a growing concern worldwide, especially as it is a major burden on healthcare systems. It is a significant contributor to the high rates of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), which themselves claim an estimated 15 million lives each year.

For the first time in modern history, the current generation is expected to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents, simply because of obesity and the associated increased risk of non-communicable diseases (NCDs).

Nutrition and healthy eating play a significant role in the management of obesity. Here you can access a wide range of content dealing with obesity management, childhood obesity and more.



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Preventing & Managing Obesity, Over a Lifetime

Preventing & Managing Obesity, Over a Lifetime

Yes, obesity can be prevented and managed. However, obesity claims at least 2.8 million lives every year. Find tips & recommendations for every age, in the prevention and management of obesity.

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Ways to address obesity in people living with HIV

Ways to address obesity in people living with HIV

The HIV/AIDS pandemic has had a devasting grip on the globe over the past 41 years, with the African continent experiencing the brunt of the deadly virus and the sub-Saharan region containing the highest rates of HIV in the world.