Obesity has overtaken malnutrition as a leading child killer according to a new report. This has come as a surprise to most as all pointers showed the world running out of food since the world population hit the 7billion mark this year.
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“This is mockery” said a representative from End Hunger Now, a not-for-profit committed to ending hunger on the planet. “How could they do this to us” he re-iterated in reference to no one in particular.
Leaders from the Horn of Africa condemned this report explaining it will undo many years of progress made raising awareness on the ravages of hunger but pundits feared they were more concerned about the potential fallout as donors might pull out based on the misleading Lancet report.
As policy makers and dieticians pondered their next move with an aim to focus on the root cause of obesity, focus groups warned emphasis on kids had the unpleasant outcome of ignoring adult overweight’s, even alienating them.
“But it could get worse. Resources might be diverted from other child killers such as Malaria, choking and ammunition” said Sarah Aidkin a dietician with the National Health Service.
Data also indicated child mortality was generally down compared to a decade ago,
Apple maps was getting better and stuffed Turkey tasted better this year than last.
A proposal by Sub-Saharan governments to initiate a sort of exchange program as a solution to the fattie malaise where affected junior citizens from opposite sides of the hemisphere would switch lifestyles and location for a year or two in an attempt to reverse the trend was politely declined by Western governments but proposal for an Africa for USA concert is under consideration with KFC pledging free chicken nuggets to anyone who walks or bicycles to the venue.