Why is it that our world’s health problems are so much worse in places where we live?

We live in a world where most people are living longer, are living in a more densely populated area, are in greater number of countries, are more connected and have more opportunities for exercise.

But there is still much more to do, especially in rural areas, where many are in extreme poverty.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), rural people account for almost half of all deaths worldwide.

That’s why it is crucial to make sure they get the help they need.

But even if we were able to help, how could we keep them alive?

For those of us who live in urban areas, the answer is simple: We have to get them healthy.

Here are six things you need to know about getting your heart, lungs, and kidneys healthy.1.

You don’t need a whole lot of exercise to get good health2.

The most important thing you can do to make your heart and lungs healthier is to exercise regularly.3.

A recent study showed that regular exercise and good nutrition, combined with physical activity, improve the quality of life of the elderly4.

One of the best ways to improve your overall health is to take care of your body.

You need to take regular steps to get your body moving and you should eat a variety of foods.5.

It’s important to maintain a healthy weight.

The more you weigh, the better your health will be.6.

If you are having heart problems, take some time to talk to your doctor.

Your doctor will help you identify the underlying cause and will help find a treatment plan that works for you.7.

There are lots of things you can try to get more active.

If the symptoms don’t seem to be improving, check with your doctor and see if you need an additional test.8.

If your heart is in a bad shape, or you have a chronic health problem, talk to a health care provider.

If that’s the case, a cardiologist may be able to recommend a specific exercise plan.9.

Exercise can help prevent heart disease.

Studies show that the better you are at keeping your heart healthy, the less likely you are to have heart disease, and the more likely you’ll have a healthy heart.10.

The only way to make exercise a regular part of your life is to get fit.

But if you don’t have enough time to get enough exercise, a good exercise program is to do your best to improve one of your key health factors: your metabolism.

That means doing regular physical activity that allows you to burn more calories.11.

A good diet can improve your heart health.

Studies have shown that a high-protein, low-fat diet that’s rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and nuts can help you burn more fat.12.

If there is any chance that you might have heart problems in the future, talk with your doctors.

If all else fails, see a doctor.13.

The first thing you should do if you are experiencing symptoms of a heart problem is to have a physical examination.

Make sure your heart feels normal, have a heart rate monitor and an ECG machine, and do all of the other tests listed in the “Healthiest Places to Live” section of the WHO website.14.

Exercise is not just for the gym.

A wide variety of physical activities can help to improve heart health and reduce your risk of heart disease in general.15.

Exercise, exercise, exercise!

A healthy lifestyle that includes regular physical exercise is one of the most important things you’ll ever do for your health.