Why Poorer Countries Have Slimmer Poor People And Richer Countries Have Slimmer Rich People

“The relationship between wealth and body weight is a complex one, and it varies significantly across different countries and regions. In many rich countries, the prevalence of obesity is higher among people with lower incomes, while those with higher incomes tend to be slimmer. This is often attributed to the higher cost of healthy foods, the prevalence of food deserts in low-income areas, and the limited availability of safe and affordable places to exercise.”

This excerpt highlights the fact that the relationship between wealth and body weight is not straightforward and varies depending on the country and region. In many rich countries, low-income individuals tend to have a higher prevalence of obesity due to the higher cost of healthy foods, the lack of access to healthy foods in low-income areas, and the limited availability of safe and affordable places to exercise. On the other hand, higher-income individuals tend to be slimmer because they have more resources to access healthy foods and exercise facilities. This suggests that there is a need for policies and interventions that address the social determinants of health, such as access to healthy foods and safe places to exercise, in order to reduce the prevalence of obesity among low-income individuals in rich countries.


Antarctic Treaty Of 1959: The Battle Between Protection And Exploitation

Antarctica is often considered the last untouched wilderness on Earth, a continent that has remained free from human exploitation and intervention. The Antarctic Treaty of 1959, which was signed by 12 countries, including the United States, the Soviet Union, and the United Kingdom, has been instrumental in protecting the continent’s unique ecosystem and preventing the exploitation of its natural resources. The treaty established Antarctica as a scientific preserve, banned military activity on the continent, and set aside territorial claims made by some countries.

However, the treaty is set to expire in 2048, and there are growing concerns about the future of Antarctica. Some hawks see the continent’s vast mineral and oil reserves as a source of economic opportunity, and they are pushing for an end to the treaty to allow for commercial exploitation. Environmentalists, on the other hand, argue that Antarctica’s ecosystem is too fragile and unique to be subjected to commercial activities, and they are calling for the treaty to be extended and strengthened. The debate over the future of Antarctica is intensifying, and it remains to be seen what direction policymakers will take.


Top 10: Fastest Sea Animals In The World

A fish that fascinates both the average man and scientists alike is the Flying Fish. True to its name, this fish can actually fly. Using its forked tails as a whip, it shoots out of the water in a frenzy. Then it spreads its wing-like pectoral fins (similar to how a bird starts flight from land). As the wind passes under and over the wings, it helps them fly above the water. Flying fishes can race up to 70 kph maximum speed allowing them to effectively escape predators.


Top 10: Fastest Flying Animals In The World

The fastest bird which is also the fastest living creature on Earth can be found in every continent except Antarctica.

This bird has a long pointed wings with powerful muscles that gives them exceptional speed in flight. It also have a strong heart and highly efficient lungs for their body to gets enough oxygen supply even at the great speed they achieve during a dive. Its nostrils are adapted to tolerate the air when it dives, helping to protect its lungs from damage….