• Sayyad Kaif

Gone are the days when nature was in charge of the mortality rate. People are dying today as a result of diseases that used to sound strange and foreign to the ears. In 2016, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report revealing that 40.5 million people died as a result of diseases caused by unhealthy lifestyles. Since then, the numbers have continued to rise, and the epidemic proven to be the same in 2020. After all, a virus can only kill someone if the body's immune system is weak enough to combat the antigen.