Healthy citizens are a major factor in a country's development. Developed nations are facing an obesity epidemic. One can argue, that the
should take necessary steps to curb
problem. I agree that the
should aware more people about a healthy lifestyle and take ownership.
, children are becoming obese and unhealthy because of increasing adulteration in
might not be the only problem, but it is a major one.
, foods are frequently tested positive for lead and mercury in developing countries. These pollutant attack our metabolism and kills gut bacteria,
, recent studies have shown the link between lead consumption and cancer.
should increase the penalty on
business found adulterating.
, there should be frequent visits by the health inspector on all
businesses and restaurants.
, in developing countries, health is more dependent on factors which
, clean water, minimal pollution and proper medicines. If we look at India, the most common diseases are polio, dengue and malaria. All of these can be controlled by proper measure taken by the
, awareness programs should be introduced in every state to educate people on these issues.
, free vaccine camps for children should be run.
can kill diseases at a very young age.
To conclude, unless
takes the necessary steps,
problem will only escalate. In order to promote a healthy lifestyle, It is their responsibility to provide each citizen with good