Poor Diet Poses Greatest Noncommunicable Health Risk Worldwide, Report Shows

Huffington Post: Poor Diet Is The Greatest Risk To Worldwide Health, Report Says
“…Across the globe, poor diets now pose a greater collective health risk than unsafe sex, alcohol, drugs, and tobacco use combined, according to a new report by the Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition…” (Fox, 10/20).

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