WORLD POPULATION DAY The primary concern with observing a day entirely as World Population Day was to center attention on the consequence of population issues in the context of over- all development plans and programs and the need to find solutions for these is- sues of the effects of grow- ing population. The greatest identifiable threat caused due to over population is the alarmingly fast depletion of natural resources and threat to sustainability.
WORLD HEPATITIS DAY Observed on July 28th, World Hepatitis Day is a public health holiday aimed at spreading awareness about Hepatitis. Hepatitis affects the liver cells hence re- ducing the liver's performance. take care of your liver. Eat and drink healthy. Some of the best foods to keep your liver in good condition include apples, lemons, avocados, garlic, turmeric and green veg- gies like collards, cabbage, broccoli, and chard. World Hepatitis Day also reminds us of the enormous strides the medical field has made in treating Hepatitis. To- day, there are vaccines to prevent Hepa-
titis A and B, and they can be administered to children at a young age. Hepatitis C is also easy to treat with advanced technology while type D and E have actually become very rare in the recent past. World Hepatitis Alliance has set a goal to eliminate Hepatitis by 2030.
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