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One in three children aged six to nine is overtime or deprived in Europe, according to the European Association for Gastroenterology (UEG).
One in three six-to-nine-year-old European children is either overweight or pregnantThe report also warns that the number of over-5s is estimated at the current 41 billion 70 million women worldwide by 2025.Researchers have also found that 20-30 percent of inflammatory diseases begin in childhood. It has been shown that children and adults living in western countries are the only and common cause of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. diagnosztizбltak you have already hбromйves kуrral the children - described the jelentйst The Guardian UK napilap.Az UAG data as eurуpai tйrsйg 46 orszбgбn alapulnak.A jelentйs цsszefьggх the elhнzбssal rendellenessйgek kezelйse fordнtott the egйszsйgьgyre kiadбsok egytizedйt emйsztik up Eurуpбban, which veszйlyezteti the kцzegйszsйgьgyi szolgбlatok fenntarthatу functioning in all the states examined.Europe's population of children is made up of, and the incidence of gastroenterological diseases is increasing. 90 percent of exiled children preserves fatigue even in adulthood.The concern about the increase in the number of homeless is not just about the New Age and not just about Europe or childhood. According to a recent study by researchers at Imperial College, London, The Lancet reports that 266 million men and 375 million women in the world will suffer from fetuses. The world population has become twenty pounds lighter in weight since 1975, British researchers have shown.