Obesity has been on the rise worldwide for awhile now, and that is no different in Europe. The UK has seen the biggest rise from 1975-2016 going from under 10% to over 27%. (Source: WHO) Watch the video below to see the full effect on countries in Europe:

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For hundreds of years, India and China have been the largest countries by a large margin. According to the UN medium variant projection, India will pass China sometime in the next 10 years (Source: United Nations). India has been closing in for awhile now, and China having it’s one child policy for a few years […]

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40 years ago, no one had a cell phone. Now, many people around the world have more than one. There are a few reasons for this, the most common being having one for business use and one for personal use. One country, United Arab Emirates, actually averages over two cell phone subscriptions per person! Watch […]

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Below is a visual representation of the number of deaths per million in the month of May due to Coronavirus. This does not include countries with a population under 100 000 as they are too small to have an accurate sample size. Source: Jon Hopkins If you would like to see the overall deaths per […]

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Obesity is becoming more and more of an issue worldwide. This is especially true in the USA where rates have more than tripled since 1975 . As of 2017-2018 obesity is at 42.4% in the US according to the CDC. Watch the video below to see how obesity rates have changed worldwide.

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Below is the total number of deaths compared with the total number of recoveries from Coronavirus after 4 months. Source: Jon Hopkins

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Below is a visual representation of the total number of deaths per million in the First 3 months due to Coronavirus. This does not include countries with a population under 100 000 as they are too small to have an accurate sample size. Source: Jon Hopkins

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Source: heritage.org Economic Freedom is the ability of people of a society to take economic actions. These countries had the highest economic freedom scores in 2020: Here is a brief description of each category used to calculate the economic freedom score: Property Rights: Degree of a country’s legal protection of private property rights and degree of enforcement […]

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Here are the confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia by State/Territory updated May 14. Data is from John Hopkins University.

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As the following video shows, since 1800 life expectancy has been continually on the rise. The average life expectancy has gone up about 20 years every 100 years, which is remarkable. Will this trend continue? Maybe not that fast, but the United Nations predicts it will continue to rise.

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