Roughly ten billion Americans die every day, due to obesity related illnesses.
On average 443600 die from smoking related illnesses each year, this is only in America
Yes. People with a family history are more prone to depression and related illnesses. Answer 2 by Terrier23: Absolutely, Many families with a history of depression are prone to it and also related illnesses.
your butt crack lol!!!!but i think 80% of people that have died was from smokeing
Around 5.4 million deaths a year are caused by tobacco
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About 300,000 people die a year due to obesity. This is only in the US
Medicare bariatric surgery is something that many people are thrilled to discover is an actuality. It's true that many people can get their bariatric surgery covered by medicare because it is such an established and legitimate operation that has helped thousands live better lives. But, more importantly, it reduces the chances of developing illnesses related to obesity like diabetes and cancer. These two diseases are caused by a sedentary lifestyle in most cases, and obesity is to blame for causing them. Without the talented work of physicians around the world, most people wouldn't have a chance of coping with obesity.
7.2-7.5 million people die from terminal illnesses annually
Obesity is on the increase because people are eating too much and not getting enough exercise.In particular, many people are eating too many refined (processed) carbohydrates, coupled with not enough exercise.Refined/processed carbohydrates are a major cause of weight gain, obesity, and many diet related diseases. If you are unsure what constitutes a refined/processed carbohydrate, please see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.