COVID 19

COVID 19

AHORA MÁS QUE  NUNCA:
¡Decido Por Mí!
 

Estamos viviendo una nueva realidad y es vital preguntarme:
¿Conozco todos los riesgos relacionados con la Obesidad?
La obesidad aumenta el riesgo de complicaciones por enfermedades  respiratorias.15
Así mismo, los pacientes con diabetes tienen un mayor riesgo de mortalidad  asociada al virus COVID19.16,17
Las personas con obesidad son más propensas a síndrome de hipoventilación,  enfermedades cardiovasculares, falla de corazón y otras condiciones que pueden  aumentar el riesgo de muerte asociada al virus de la COVID-19.18
Ahora más que nunca, ¡DECIDO POR MI!
 

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