Explosion in rickets, gout and scarlet fever caused by processed junk food and inflationary monetary policy

Poor diet, financial insecurity, and falling standards of living are factors that contribute to the rising incidence of Victorian-era diseases — such as gout, rickets, scarlet fever, and syphilis — in modern-day Great Britain. The U.K. Faculty of Public Health (FPH) stressed that poor wage growth and persistent inflation has greatly Continue Reading