Coronavirus, 38 new positives in Lazio (22 from abroad). The commissioner: “Always wear a mask”


Coronavirus, i data of the Lazio updated today Sunday 9 August and communicated by the Regional Health Department on the dedicated Facebook page and by the councilor Alessio D’Amato at the press conference. The new positives recorded in the last 24 hours are 38 (with zero deaths), of which 22 are imported: eight cases of return from Romania, one case from India, one case from Croatia, one case from Ukraine, one from Thailand, one from Ibiza and one from Russia.

«As regards the cluster of the group of young people aged 17 to 19 returning from Malta, there are 8 positive cases out of 10, all close contacts have been identified and isolated»Said the commissioner. «I want to appeal to the utmost attention and compliance with preventive measures, we must not let our guard down and always use the mask».

ROME CITY «In Asl Roma 1 there are six cases in the last 24 hours and between these two sisters aged 50 and 57 now hospitalized at the Policlinico Umberto I, two cases that have a link with return cases, one from Ukraine and one from Russia. A case has a link to an already known and isolated case. In Asl Roma 2 there are fifteen cases in the last 24 hours and among these seven are returning from Romania, two cases have a link with an already known and isolated family cluster, one case is returning from Croatia, two cases were identified at the drive-in and two cases are reported by general practitioners. In Asl Roma 3 there are ten cases in the last 24 hours and it is a woman returning from Thailand, international contact tracing procedures have started, a case of a 35-year-old man returning from a holiday in Ibiza for which the investigation is underway epidemiological».

PROVINCE «In Asl Roma 6 a case in the last 24 hours and it is a 20-year-old man from Rocca di Papa for whom an epidemiological investigation is underway. Finally, as regards the provinces, there are six cases and zero deaths in the last 24 hours. In ASL of Latina there are four cases and among these one case is a man returning from Romania, one case has a familiar link with the cases in Formia returning from Milan. One case is a man of Indian nationality with links to already known and isolated cases. A case of a man returning from Milan with stops in Zurich and Naples, the epidemiological investigation is underway. In Asl of Viterbo there are three cases and they are the contacts of a positive case already known and hospitalized. In ASL of Rieti there are two cases in the last 24 hours and it is a 71-year-old man with a link to an already known and isolated case and a 7-year-old girl who attended the summer camp for which the epidemiological investigation is underway».


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Twitter: a security flaw affects Android users and exposes their data

This bug affected those who They use the versions of Twitter for Android 8 (Oreo) and 9 (Pie). At the moment, it was not reported that this flaw has generated any cybercrime.

Just identified the bug, the microblogging app released an update to amend it. In addition, he recommended that all his users restart the app on their cell phones.

This error only affected 4% of Twitter users since most had a security patch that protected them against the vulnerability detected.

This error exposed users’ personal data and direct messages. Also, allowed cybercriminals to install malicious applications on smartphones.

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Began the delivery of the Bond against the Economic War through the Carnet de la Patria

This Thursday, the Carnet de la Patria reported through its social networks that from August 6, 2020, the delivery of the Bond against the Economic War began until Saturday 08 of that same month. The total allocation of this bonus is Bs. 610,000 for pensioners and retirees.

In addition, the “José Gregorio Hernández” bonus corresponding to the month of August will be paid. The amount of this allocation is unknown.

The allocation of said bonuses will be sent via text message through the short number 3532 and through the veMonedero application.

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“In the future, food will be seen as medicine”

The Empty Chair: I would like you to explain to us what the current situation of food systems is and what will happen if we continue with the inertia that we bring, before we start this conversation talking about how we are going to feed ourselves in 10 years.

Maria Elena Varas: We have a challenge. By 2050 we will have to feed 9.5 billion people on this planet, and several studies have indicated that as long as we continue to produce at this speed, and in this way, there will be a very negative effect on the environment.

But, in addition, we are not going to be able to feed all those people in a way that is nutritious and healthy.

So, here is a vision and a push and a whole agenda to be able to change the way we produce these foods, how they are distributed and how to empower consumers so that they can make better decisions regarding the demand for food.

The Empty Chair: Given these trends, how might food production change in the future?

Maria Elena Varas: Production cannot be viewed in a fragmented way, without associating it with demand. That is why we are here looking at production systems that are kinder to the environment; that generate less carbon emissions, that do not destroy soils so that they can be used again, that have a sustainable use of water.

Also a production that is aligned with climate change, because with the changes in temperature, and the external shocks that exist in climatic terms, there is great pressure for this type of food.

The Empty Chair: Are we going to have more hydroponic crops or more organic crops?

Maria Elena Varas: There is a tendency to, on the one hand, make better use of inputs such as fertilizers, for example, which affect less land use and water pollution.

On the other hand, productive systems that make better use of the land in terms of not encouraging deforestation.

There are initiatives in Colombia that are interesting, from that perspective, and address livestock production more specifically there, for example. It changes a bit depending on the type of crop and the geographical area.

The Empty Chair: Does that mean that the peasants of the future are going to be more technological?

Maria Elena Varas: Absolutely. The idea would be to be able to empower small and medium farmers to adopt different technologies and innovations that allow them to produce in a more efficient and also more environmentally friendly way. That for the rest, is completely related to the use of the soils that they themselves have.

The Empty Chair: Is there someone already doing that right now?

Maria Elena Varas: We have examples from Asia, in India, some in Africa, in Latin America too, where drones, new computer technologies, blockchain have been used. I believe that is the future.

But the big question is, how can we support the creation of a favorable financial environment for farmers to adopt these technologies? Because what we know is that the technologies exist and are there, but the problem is financing. So, how to generate a change and a transformation to be able to finance the adoption of these technologies? And that’s a great point that we are working on.

The Empty Chair: You, too, place great value on consumers in this transformation of food systems.

Maria Elena Varas: Consumers play a fundamental role in terms of their demand for food. An effect is generated towards the field, as to what is produced. And there are different issues to address.

One is a matter of communication and recognition of the value that food has on the health of the person. Being able to work around, for example, the issue of obesity, and the issue of those who do not have enough food. That is a fundamental issue.

The other issue is empowering consumers so they can know where their products come from. And therefore, that the decisions they make are informed from the perspective of nutrition, but also from that of the environment.

In other words, that my products are from areas where deforestation has not been done, that my products are healthy, that they are not contaminated.

For which we also return to the subject of technology. Where can we use traceability and different technologies to be able to do that, to make those changes, and to be able to inform consumers?

The Empty Chair: Do you imagine that the consumer of the future before eating an apple will look at a stamp that tells them the origin of that apple, if they treat the workers well, if they deforest or not deforest in that area?

Maria Elena Varas: Consumption in the future would ideally be that way, and in that case you would be completely empowering the consumer to make changes in the supply chain as well. That would be interesting and good to see.

But also a consumer who may be able to say ‘I am going to diversify my diet’, I will recognize that I have to move towards a diet more similar to what the EAT-Lancet report published last year, in terms of lower consumption of meat, higher consumption of grains, fruits and vegetables. That it can also support a more responsible consumption for the environment and for health.

The Empty Chair: Younger people are becoming more vegan. Do you think that trend is going to continue?

Maria Elena Varas: I could not tell you, because the truth is that the trend we see in China, for example, and especially in countries where greater purchasing power is generated with economic development, the trend is precisely to consume more meat. There is an association of economic stratum with the consumption of pork and beef.

In this sense, there are trends in other countries that generate pressure in the production chain. To give you an example: the pressure generated by China with its demand for livestock production that takes place in Brazil, from where they import meat. So I think there are going to be different curves.

But I do believe that there is greater awareness, and that greater awareness will continue to be generated, of the importance of food in health. A trend towards food as medicine.

The Empty Chair: Now one sees juices to cleanse the body, etc. Will that trend gain strength?

Maria Elena Varas: I think it is a trend that is going to gain more strength, because there are also specific interests to address these issues. The costs for the health system, and fiscal of the countries of the challenges that are generated by the bad feeding are astronomical.

The levels of diabetes in developed countries, of obesity that are also seen in Latin America, where it really is an epidemic at this point, are a great challenge in terms of public policies. From that perspective, there should be a major change.

Companies, from small to multinational companies, are making a transition towards products that appeal to the new consumer’s need to consume healthier, more health-positive foods.

The Empty Chair: Do you think that every time we are going to consume more local to be more friendly with the environment?

Maria Elena Varas: Of course, precisely, there are several visions as to how this future could be, and I would say that there is a vision in terms of consuming more locally. Partly because there is a carbon footprint issue that is important to address.

But also, a tendency to have access to food that is fresher; that have been produced in areas where the community and the local economy are also being supported.

Something that is also important, for example, is how we can do that from the perspective of small vertical farms and everything that is food production in cities, which is also a huge issue in the context of all the actors that we are in the food themes.

The Empty Chair: A few years ago it seemed that technology was going more towards the artificialization of food, than towards organic. Is organic going to beat chemical?

Maria Elena Varas: I believe that one thing may exist alongside the other as long as the consumer remains as it is until now. But to the extent that greater awareness and movement in the demand for these types of products is generated, there will be a change there.

Organic, 100 percent pure organic, has specific challenges also when we are talking about international trade and other issues, but I believe that it will generate a positive change, ideally, in terms of local consumption and the more organic consumption of fruits. and vegetables. The food basket today is highly based on processed and packaged products.

The Empty Chair: What do you think that food basket will be like in 10 years?

Maria Elena Varas: I can tell you what I would like to see. I would like to see more nuts, almonds, more fruit and more vegetables. And also more variety of each, only one serving of meat a week. And if I’m not mistaken, one or two servings of fish a week, which is the diet recommended by the EAT-Lancet report. It is not cheap, but such a diet would address the needs of the body and the planet.

The Empty Chair: If that diet is the one that is imposed, a country like Colombia would have great opportunities.

Maria Elena Varas: Justly. In the case of Colombia, with the wealth it has in terms of biodiversity and the number of native products, it could lead to a healthier system. There are various initiatives that are working on this issue in the country.

The Empty Chair: Although you are Chilean, you know Colombia well. How do you think rural life can change here, which has not been easy in recent decades?

Maria Elena Varas: I believe that there are great opportunities to align various initiatives that are going on in the country to generate better and greater opportunities for rural areas, supporting practices that are sustainable through technical training systems, monitoring.

Also, at the same time, to be able to work on crops that support the transition towards more nutritious and healthy foods, incorporating native products or others that are important for the development of the country: certain types of mango, avocado, Amazonian cocoa and other products that in this minute I forgot the name because they are very typical of Colombia. I think there is a possibility there.

And the other thing, which I think there is an important possibility, is in terms of being able to generate more investment in infrastructure that can help these small producers.

In short, helping along the entire food chain to reduce losses and waste, which is a great challenge for Colombian production and will continue to be a great challenge as we continue to see issues of climate change that are to continue affecting the crops.

The Empty Chair: In Colombia, is a lot of food lost?

Maria Elena Varas: Yes, before it can reach the warehouse and be distributed to the points of sale. Many times due to lack of capacity of cold storage mechanisms; due to road infrastructure problems; by transportation issues; different aspects for which it would be important to generate more investment so that these foods can reach the points of sale, or the processing points in an appropriate way, and on time.

The Empty Chair: And the last question that cannot be missed: how does the pandemic affect this future?

Maria Elena Varas: Well, the truth is that the pandemic has been a reminder that there is much to be done here, that there is an important issue in terms of food safety that must continue to be addressed. That is, the point of putting food on the table of people, beyond any other type of agenda, and the importance of continuing to work on more resilient systems.

Some time ago I heard an interview that seemed interesting to me, it said: “five years ago what should we have done to avoid what has happened to us today on the subject of food”, and perhaps it would be good to think then, what can we do today to avoid what could be another external shock in five or 10 years.

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Coronavirus, 126 new cases and 6 deaths: it is the lowest number of victims since late February





Le terapie intensive – Intensive care patients decrease by 2: in fact, 96 of them are 43 in Lombardy. In 9 Regions and in the province of Trento there are no longer patients in intensive care. 1,120 hospitalized with symptoms, 40 fewer than on Sunday, 15,280 people in home isolation, 143 fewer than the previous day and 16,496 currently positive (185 less), according to data from the Ministry of Health.

Lombardy data – In Lombardy there are 78 new cases of coronavirus (of which 21 detected after serological tests and 28 weakly positive) out of 7,991 swabs carried out. In the last 24 hours there has been only one death, with the total rising to 16,640 deaths since February. The healed and discharged reach 66,376. In intensive care 43 patients remain in hospital and 321 in other wards. These are the data released by the Region.

New victims only in 4 Regions – Only four regions have registered new victims in the last 24 hours: Lombardy, Piedmont, Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany. In the remaining 16 there were no other deaths. In 8 Regions, however, there are no new positives: Marche, Puglia, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Umbria, Sardinia, Valle d’Aosta, Calabria and Molise, as well as in the autonomous Province of Trento.

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Coronavirus, 175 new cases and 8 deaths in Italy: lowest figure since March 1st | Intensive care below 100

Lowest figure since March 1st – The 8 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours represent the lowest figure since March 1, when there were 5 victims in 24 hours. In 15 regions no victims were detected. The dead were in Lombardy (2), Lazio (1), Piedmont (3), Liguria (1), Umbria (1).

Intensive care and inpatient – Intensive care patients fall below 100: in fact they are 97. Almost half (43) are in Lombardy; Lazio (13), Piedmont (12) and Lazio (11) follow. There are currently 16,836 patients in home isolation, while 1,260 are hospitalized with symptoms. There are 16,836 people currently positive at Covid (17,638 on Friday).

Lombardy data – In Lombardy there are 77 new cases of coronavirus, of which 21 following serological tests and 32 “weakly positive”, against 9,568 swabs performed. There have been 2 deaths in the last 24 hours (for a total since the beginning of the emergency that rises to 16,626) while the patients recovered and discharged were 723. The ICU patients are 43 (4 less than Friday) and those in therapy not intensive instead are 415 (-86). There are 4 cases in Milan and its province and only 1 in Milan city.

Campania and the Mondragone “case” – “In Campania zero infections, zero deaths, zero ICU hospitalizations, compared to 3,151 tampons”. Governor Vincenzo De Luca said this, explaining that “as regards the outbreak of Mondragone, in the five buildings quarantined on Saturday there is no longer any positive inhabitant after those already detected have been transferred to health facilities. It will continue in the next few days. screening for the inhabitants in the contiguous areas. So far, no positive case out of the 400 swabs processed of the approximately one thousand that the citizens voluntarily underwent. “

The situation in Bologna – The other outbreak that has aroused concern in the last few hours is that which has developed at Bartolini, a Bologna-based logistics company. “There are 107 total cases of positivity recorded at Bartolini: 79 are the employees found positive at Covid-19, 28 are family members or acquaintances. At this point we can say that we have done all the checks, on the last 109 swabs performed between administrative staff and drivers, we have 12 positive ones, “said the director of the Public Health Department of the Local Health Authority
of Bologna Paolo Pandolfi

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Ukrainian mayor burned the flag of Russia in front of the embassy in Kiev

The politician called the Russian Federation “the occupying country”

The Ukrainian mayor burned the flag of Russia in front of the embassy in Kiev. Photo: frame from the video from Artyom Semenikhin’s Facebook page

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Head of the Ukrainian city Konotop, which is located on the border with Russian territory in the Sumy region, Artem Semenikhin burned the flag Of Russia in front of the diplomatic mission in Kiev. The politician posted a video with this misconduct on his page on the social network Facebook.

– I stand under the embassy of the “occupying country.” I do this in response to the Ukrainian blogger Tolik Shary, who recently released a video about me, in which he allegedly exposes me in something. I watched this video and realized that my greatest sin is that I once burned the flag of Russia when I was in the ATO (military operation in Donbass“, – commented on the actions of the video Artyom Semenikhin.

After that, the Ukrainian mayor, to the sounds of the anthem of his country, burned the Russian flag. Semenikhin arranged his “action”, being across the street from the Russian embassy. Moreover: in a commentary on the published video, the head of Konotop wrote threats against the Russian president. Representatives of the Russian embassy have not yet commented on this situation.

The Ukrainian mayor and before that distinguished himself with several anti-Russian actions. At the beginning of this year, the head of the city of IvanoFrankivsk Ruslan Martsinkiv said that he had consulted with a Konotop colleague, and they decided to install a statue near the Russian border in honor of the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists * Stepan Bandera.

Earlier, the site kp.ru wrote that the Ukrainian journalist Ostap Drozdov confessed his hatred of Ukraine. He said that the only goal of his state is to be the antipode of Russia, “there is no other purpose for the existence of independent Ukraine”

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Stolen the data of more than a million customers: arrests after the denunciation of the Tim





Also involved “intermediaries” that were used to manage the illicit trade of information extracted from the banks the dates and the holders of call center telephone. The latter used the information to contact potential customers and profiting from the expected commissions for each number portability coming up to 400 euros for each contract signed.

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news, data, outbreaks, and updates today 21st June 2020

There are eight new cases infected with the coronavirus in the Lazio region, all in the province of Rome. Yesterday they were 14, 13 in the Capital. The data is provided from the regional Asls with the last bulletin issued in these hours. Of these eight cases, four are referred to as a new mini-cluster found within the religious Institute Teresianum, Asl Roma 3, place in health surveillance.

“You are in the process of transferring of cases, these 3 seminarians and a administrative of the institute.” explains the department of Health and Alessio D’amato. “It requires your full cooperation and compliance of the rules established by Asl”. In the Asl Rome 1, instead of two positive people who are asymptomatic have been identified through the integrated test and swab. Zero cases in the other provinces of the Region.

The data of Sunday 21 June

Asl Roma 1 – 3 new positive cases of which 2 are asymptomatic, being identified by the serological test. 16 people are the outputs from the surveillance in the home;

Asl Roma 2 – do Not register new cases positive. 8 persons are outputs from the surveillance in the home;

Asl Roma 3 – 4 new positive cases reported to the religious institute, Teresianum, place in health surveillance. The positive cases are all in the transfer;

Asl Roma 4 – do Not register new cases positive. 2 people are the outputs from the surveillance in the home;

Asl Roma 5 – 1 new positive case;

Asl Roma 6 – failed to record any new positive cases. 9 people are the outputs from the surveillance in the home;

The Asl of Frosinone – failed to record any new positive cases. 0 deaths. 2 people are the outputs from the surveillance in the home;

Asl of America – do Not register new cases positive. 0 deaths. 8 persons are outputs from the surveillance in the home;

The Asl of Rieti failed to record any new positive cases. 0 deaths. 4 people are the outputs from the surveillance in the home. From tomorrow, the laboratory enters the network coronet;

The Asl of Viterbo – failed to record any new positive cases. 0 deaths. 29 people are the outputs from the surveillance in the home;

The bulletin of the Spallanzani

Up to 110 patients admitted to the Spallanzani for coronavirus. Yesterday they were 104. Of these 46 cases, confirmed covid-19, 35 positive to the pad, 64 subjected to investigations. Four require respiratory support. Patients discharged and transferred to home or at other community-based facilities are this morning, 482. This is the last medical bulletin issued by the institute of via Portuense.

The data of Saturday 20 June

Instead of going to the numbers of the last 24 hours, there were 14 outbreaks, new in Latium, 13 in Rome, the four reported at the San Raffaele Pisana and the other four “import”, referring to the positive coming from outside the region. “We must not lower our guard – commented yesterday, the department of Health and Alessio D’amato – the services of contact tracing are doing important work and extraordinary”. Both with regard to the cluster of the hospital San Raffaele Pisana (118 cases in total, 4 new yesterday) and the infection of those who arrived from outside. A case from the Piedmont, in the Asl Rome 1, one from Brazil in the Asl Roma 3, another positive from Bergamo.

The cases from the beginning of the pandemic

As regards the computation of total cases, are 987 the current positive Covid 19 in the region of Lazio. Of which 701 are in isolation in the home, 247 patients in an ordinary log stay in hospital, 39 in the icu. 827 are deceased patients and 6195 people healed. In total from the beginning of the pandemic were examined 8009 cases.

The index Rt is still above 1

To worry about in the Lazio region, is the index of transmission of the disease, the so-called Rt. Below the level of 1 in all regions of Italy except in the Lazio region, which marks a 1,12 because of the outbreak last week in Rome, the Garbatella that the one reported at the San Raffaele Pisana, where, with the nurse found positive today, of the positive cases have reached 113.

And’ what emerges from the report the weekly monitoring of the phase 2 of the ministry of Health and Iss. The Rt, remember it is the parameter that measures the average number of secondary infections produced by each infected individual, the extent of the potential transmissibility of an infectious disease. In the Lazio region, has exceeded the level of the guard (which is 1) and 1,12 has also exceeded the figure recorded in Lombardy (0,82), the region most heavily affected by Covid-19.

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The Iss, in the report therefore calls for caution because “the outbreak is not over and the epidemiological situation is very fluid”.

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experts explain why obesity “helps” coronavirus

– Has long been known that overweight people have lowered immunity, says head of the Department of endocrinology of the medical faculty Russian national research medical University. N. And. Pirogov Tatiana Demidova. Research and practice show that in these patients increases the risk of atherosclerosis sharply increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes and heart failure. Increased risk of endocrinological, oncological diseases, joint diseases, psychological disorders.

Epidemic COVID has added another item to the list of high threats to people who are overweight. It turned out that when infected with coronavirus patients with obesity more often require hospitalization, fall into the ICU, on the ventilator (artificial lung ventilation). Alas, is growing and the risk of death.

– If the original messages from China on the most severe cases COVID it was mainly about the older people with severe chronic diseases, according to the latest data from Europe and USA the risk group includes people with obesity – says Tatiana Demidova.

FACTS AND FIGURES

In what diseases most often develop complications due to coronavirus

90% of patients admitted with severe COVID-19 US hospitals, were the following comorbidities:

– hypertension — 49.7%,and

– obesity or 48.3%,

– chronic lung disease — 34,6%,

– diabetes type 2 diabetes was 28.3%,

– cardiovascular disease — 27,8%.

Thus, obesity is second among the States in which CouId be severe.

CORONAVIRUS, INFLUENZA, AND HIV, “LIKE” ADIPOSE TISSUE

Visceral adipose tissue, that is, one that is in the abdomen, is, in fact, highly individual body, experts explain. This body affects the immune, endocrine system and metabolism in the body as a whole.

– People who are overweight fat cells are much larger. So, is synthesized in much more of various hormones and inflammatory cells. Among them, including interleukin-6, interleukin-1, tumor necrosis factor, and others, – says Tatiana Demidova. Often in the body, there is a creeping inflammation.

At the same time observed that many viral infections and especially COVID-19 amplify the effects cytokines and lead to the extension of the generalization of inflammation. “It was proved that adipose tissue serves as a reservoir for some viruses, such as influenza, HIV and cytomegalovirus. Also, according to the latest data, it can be activated and coronavirus,” adds Demidov.

INSULATION NEEDS TO BE LONGER?

Studies have shown one more feature of coronavirus. As it turned out, he is able to spread rapidly in adipose tissue surrounding internal organs – lungs, liver, kidneys, heart, etc. because Of this, developing severe damage to these vital organs and people with excess weight, excess amount of adipose tissue increases the risk of death from multiple organ failure.

There is evidence that such patients are also unable to stay longer carriers of the virus, require longer hospital stay and isolation, said Tatyana Demidova.

AFTER INFECTION — DIABETES

There is evidence and that not less than one-third of patients hospitalized with COVID-19 in China, European countries and the United States, the infection resulted in damage of the pancreas. This was confirmed by elevated enzymes amylase and lipase, and glucose levels in the blood plasma.

– This is a very disturbing circumstance. Since we talking about high risk of developing diabetes type 2 diabetes in people with the original obesity after recovery from infection, says Dr. Demidov.

It is not excluded that after the break the pace of the epidemic COVID, we will see a worldwide surge in the incidence of diabetes, experts say.

So now, when the opportunity walks, sports, seasonal ripe fruits and vegetables rich in fiber, doctors suggest the obese individuals to exert their maximum effort for getting rid of really dangerous extra pounds.

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