October 19, 2012
The World Health Organisation, which bills itself as ‘impartial’, has been taking hundreds of thousands of pounds from the fast-food industry to help fill black holes in its budget to tackle obesity, it has emerged.
WHO works on behalf of 194 nations to tackle disease like malaria and AIDS but also battle on-going problems like diabetes and heart disease caused by chronic problems like obesity.
But now it has emerged that WHO’s regional office, which is tasked with fighting obesity in places like Mexico which has the world’s highest rate of obese and overweight adults, has been taking hand-outs from the fast-food industry.
This article was posted: Friday, October 19, 2012 at 12:18 pm