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Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the fattest country in the world? The U.S. is the most obese nation in the world, just ahead of Mexico. Obesity rate will reach nearly 50% by 2030 in the U.S., says Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Top 10 most obese countries, as per OECD

  • United States of America (38.2% of the adult population)
  • Mexico (32.4%)
  • New Zealand (30.7%)
  • Hungary (30%)
  • Australia (27.9%)
  • United Kingdom (26.9%)
  • Canada (25.8%)
  • Chile (25.1%)

Read more about it at Market Watch

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the world.
An estimated 246,660 women and 2,600 men will be diagnosed by the end of 2019

Signs and Symptoms

  • Nipple Tenderness
  • A lump in or near the breast or underarm
  • A change in the skin texture
  • An enlargement of pores in the skin of the breast
  • A change in the size or shape of the breast
  • Swelling of the breast
  • Shrinkage of the breast
  • Nipple turned inward or inverted
  • Skin of the breast or nipple is scaly, red or swollen

Read more about this Breast Cancer at Breast Cancer Source: American Cancer Society

Prevention Tips

  • Exercise
  • Take Vitamin D
  • Eat Organic
  • Drink Less
  • Reduce stress
  • Know the signs
  • Get a Thermogram
What to know about Breast Cancer Source: Medical News today


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