Like a lot of things, people define “health” differently around the world.
A recent global study of ‘wellness” attitudes revealed that
– One quarter of young men and 17 percent of young women think that Facebook contributes to a sedentary lifestyle.
– Globally, cancer is thought to be the top disease people think will kill them, though heart attacks are also of utmost concern to people in the U.K. and Alzheimer’s disease is of utmost concern to people in Japan.
– Americans want to live the longest, saying in the survey that they hope to live to 92. Meanwhile, people in Turkey hope to live to 59, and people in China hope to live to 84.
– Mental health would be chosen over physical health if it came down to it for people in the U.K., U.S., Brazil and Turkey. Continue reading “The wide world of “wellness””