May 20, 2016
(Managed Care Magazine) – Eating more doesn’t mean you eat better, might be one lesson taken from a study by the World Health Organization that tracks a dramatic worldwide rise in diabetes. That goes hand-in-hand with this shocker: The number of people living in extreme poverty (less than the equivalent of $1.90 a day) dipped to 10% last year for the first time in human history, according to the World Bank. And—get this—poverty might actually end by 2030.
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