1 in 10 Thai kids clinically obese, will they be the fattest generation yet? | GMT
This YouTube video discusses the recent news from Thailand. Five poachers have been jailed for killing and skinning Bengal tigers in Thailand, a crime that has been on the rise in the country. The video also looks at the alarming statistic that 1 in 10 Thai children are clinically obese, raising the question of whether they will be the fattest generation yet.
The video begins by examining the news that five poachers have been jailed for killing and skinning Bengal tigers in Thailand. The poachers were caught in a national park in the country and have been sentenced to prison terms of up to four years. This news highlights the increasing problem of poaching in Thailand and the need for greater protection of endangered species.
The video then looks at the worrying statistic that 1 in 10 Thai children are clinically obese. This is a significant increase from the 1 in 20 figure reported in 2010. The video discusses the potential causes of this rise in childhood obesity, such as the availability of unhealthy food and lack of physical activity. It also looks at the potential consequences of this trend, such as an increased risk of chronic diseases in adulthood.
The video concludes by raising the question of whether the current generation of Thai children will be the fattest generation yet. It is clear that more needs to be done to tackle the problem of childhood obesity in Thailand, and the video calls for greater awareness and action to be taken. The video also highlights the importance of protecting endangered species, such as the Bengal tiger, in Thailand.
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