Paper: The Importance and Benefits of Maintain Good Health in the Society

The problem is most acute in the developing countries where : -four million infants or children die every year from diarrhea diseases, largely as a result of contaminated food; -over a million people die from malaria each year and 267 million are infected; -hundreds of millions suffer from dangerous diseases The out put of the world's food- producing systems has greatly increased over the past few decades .As yet there is no global shortage of food or the capacity to produce it in the world , but for a large part of food the world's population under nutrition and the infections associated with it will remain the main cause of ill and premature death because they do not have enough land to grow the food they need or the income to purchase it .Food borne diseases are among the most common diseases in every country although they are far less often life-threatening in developed countries. Most of the diseases come from the shortage of quality and quantity of food. Countries should take steps to ensure that all households can afford and obtain food by providing it at suitable cost in the amount of the quality required to ensure health ,in addition of increasing the income of poorer households so they can meet the cost. To increase the availability of food to meet the challenge of population growth all the people should reduce losses after harvest , spoilage during storage and distribution , and wastage by consumers . There are numerous ways to combat these diseases. Improved education and awareness of the disease is essential in preventing it. Another way of prevention is improved living conditions. Poor sanitation, overcrowding and malnutrition all contribute to the spread of disease. Health emergencies throughout the world will continue, and we must be prepared. The environment around the world, every where and every time is changing as a result of pollution and loss of natural resources such as, water , land, air, and food....