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The World’s Worst Food Crisis for Decades – and What to do About It

LONDON, Jun 08 (IPS) – This is what happens when you starve. With no food, the body’s metabolism slows down to preserve energy for vital organs. Hungry and weak, people often become fatigued, irritable and confused.

The immune system loses strength. As they starve, people—especially children—are likelier to fall sick or die from diseases they may have otherwise resisted. Cholera, respiratory infections, malaria, dengue, and diphtheria kill more people in famines than starvation itself.

Read the full story, “The World’s Worst Food Crisis for Decades – and What to do About It”, on globalissues.org

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