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Younger Malaysians getting heart disease as country tackles obesity epidemic
 

Younger Malaysians getting heart disease as country tackles obesity epidemic

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Malaysia is now the fattest country in Asia with about half its population either overweight or obese. This is also causing complications in healthcare as more Malaysians suffering from heart disease fall below the age of 50.
 
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10 Dec 2016 - General
 
Dr E-Siong Tee mentioned an extremely salient point about educating students to live a healthy lifestyle starting from primary school. In Singapore, obesity is also a problem to a certain extent as well. In certain institutions, fried food is only sold on Fridays so that students consume healthier food choices throughout the week. There is also a Healthy Lifestyle week to encourage students to eat healthily by selling healthier food options (granola, Low-fat yoghurt, etc.) at cheaper prices. Clu...
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Heena Pohani Shunjie Chua Japanese prefer brown rice, fish, broth-based soups, fruit and vegetables and a minimal consumption of red meat. Moreover they more organized to exercise and prefer to walk more. They take less food than compared to others. So Japanese are less obese. From past decades, Malaysia improving children's...
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