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Britain is one exception to this coexistence: it was the first country to become mostly urban, with hired workers replacing peasants on increasingly large and relatively mechanised farms. 61 In continental Europe, some balance between rural and urban ways of life has been preserved. 63 Urban–industrial food systems have characteristics distinct from peasant–agricultural and gatherer–hunter systems. 9 per cent of deaths are due to injuries. 20 Since HIV and AIDS became epidemic, Kaposi’s sarcoma has become more common in both men and women.

Improved public transport in middle- and low-income countries reduces transportrelated activity. Similarly, as people gain more disposable income, they are more likely to own a car, which means that they will make fewer journeys by bicycle or foot. 91 Other factors constrain physical activity in cities, such as personal safety: crime rates are often high and it may be unsafe to walk, jog, or cycle in the streets. 6 Sedentary behaviour in adults in selected countries (age 18–69) Per cent of adults classified as sedentary Men Women Brazil 28 31 China 10 12 India 10 16 Mexico 17 18 South Africa 44 49 Spain 27 33 Data from World Health Organization46 Sedentary behaviour is defined as less than 30 minutes of moderate physical activity (equivalent to brisk walking) on fewer than 5 days/week, or less than 20 minutes of vigorous physical activity (equivalent to running) on fewer than 3 days/week.

These included obesity, type 2 diabetes, and coronary heart disease. 73-75 In the last decades of the 20th century, the demographic, nutritional, and epidemiological transitions that had, until then, largely been apparent only in higher-income countries became global. 3 billion. 07 per cent. 3). 20 Liver cancer has risen since 1990, although levels are now Age-standardised rates of common cancers China Age-standardised rate per 100 000 Per cent of deaths 45 Cardiovascular disease 2 10 Men 35 Women 30 Cancer 25 20 44 22 40 Respiratory disease 15 10 Data from World Health Organization46 alisation is thought to be the single main force shifting populations from the countryside into cities, changing the dominant food systems from peasant–agricultural to urban–industrial, and transforming patterns of disease.

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