Nigeria: Obesity to Cost Nigeria, Others U.S.$7 Trillion - World Bank

[AllAfrica - Africa] - 11/02/2020
[This Day] A new report by the World Bank has projected that in the next 15 years, the cost implication of obesity, including healthcare and reduced productivity, among others, will amount to over $7 trillion in Nigeria and other developing (...)
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