The World Health Organization (WHO) publishes a list of the hazards that they consider to be the greatest health threats in 2019. There are many of the usual suspects, including Ebola, who has seen several outbreaks in 2018 and dengue that infects some 390 million people a year.
Joining these challenging threats this year are completely preventable. Yes, WHO have decided to add anti-vaccinations to the list of the greatest threats to global health.
Measles have survived a revival, with a global increase of 30% despite vaccines to prevent the introduction of measles in 1963, and the vaccine has been improving since then. An epidemic in Europe affected more than 41
Instead of listing the diseases themselves as a threat to world health, the WHO added the ridiculous anti-vaccinated movement as "Vaccination – unwillingness or refusal to vaccinate despite vaccines – threatens to reverse the progress made in combating vaccine-preventable diseases," they write in his release. "Some countries that have been close to elimination [diseases] have come true" Vaccination is one of the most cost-effective ways to avoid the disease – it currently prevents 2-3 million deaths a year and another 1.5 million . can be avoided if the global vaccine range improves. "
In addition to antioxidants, the WHO outlined nine other world health threats that they will try to deal in 2019:
Air Pollution and Climate Change
The WHO lists air pollution as the most Higher Environmental Health Risk Nine out of every 10 people in the world breathe polluted air every day, with about 7 million premature deaths each year as a result
non-transmissible diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes are the leading cause of mortality, causes ki 70% of deaths in the world mashtab.Ot 41 million people a year who die of noncommunicable diseases, 15 million people die prematur (between 30 and 69 years).
The WHO says the rise in these diseases is due to alcohol and tobacco use, unhealthy diets, and inactivity and air pollution. "The world will face another flu pandemic – the only thing we do not know is when it will hit and how bad it will be," the WHO writes about one of the most unpredictable threats on the list.
the defense is as effective as the weakest link in the health preparedness and health response system of each country. "
According to estimates, from 6.2 to 7.3 million people in the United States during the flu season 2018/19 have so far had a flu. to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
* Before all of you say that all pandemics are global, is the way it is described by the World Health Organization and who are we to argue with the WHO?