The WHO recommends children aged five to 17 should get at least an hour of moderate to vigorous physical activity a day, and adults should do at least two- and-a-half hours of moderate exercise a week. Photo: Reuters The WHO recommends children aged five to 17 should get at least an hour of moderate to vigorous physical activity a day, and adults should do at least two- and-a-half hours of moderate exercise a week. Photo: Reuters
The WHO recommends children aged five to 17 should get at least an hour of moderate to vigorous physical activity a day, and adults should do at least two- and-a-half hours of moderate exercise a week. Photo: Reuters

Being overweight risks becoming the new European norm, WHO warns

The WHO recommends children aged five to 17 should get at least an hour of moderate to vigorous physical activity a day, and adults should do at least two- and-a-half hours of moderate exercise a week. Photo: Reuters The WHO recommends children aged five to 17 should get at least an hour of moderate to vigorous physical activity a day, and adults should do at least two- and-a-half hours of moderate exercise a week. Photo: Reuters
The WHO recommends children aged five to 17 should get at least an hour of moderate to vigorous physical activity a day, and adults should do at least two- and-a-half hours of moderate exercise a week. Photo: Reuters
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