World Health Day

Korotkonosy seahorse found in the Thames Estuary in the counties of Kent and Essex, refers to a rare biological species, Endangered Species. Such kind of seahorses are still extremely rare in the uk. The main areas of their habitat are coastal Water Canary Islands and Italy. Scientists call the seahorse one of the most amazing animals – the world's only species whose larvae are hatching and give birth to males. Another feature of seahorses is extremely faithful to their partners with whom they spend their entire lives. Specialists in environmental believe the appearance of the seahorse in the Thames a good sign, certifying that the water in the river is cleaner and warmer. Good news came from Italy. There, 100 years after the disappearance of forest mountain ranges in the north, re-emerged the lynx.

Representative of the felines 'fixed' Forest Service in the Alps. Scientists argue that the Eurasian lynx, living mainly in Europe and the Siberian forests, lived in the Alps since prehistoric times. However, in the early twentieth century, it was almost exterminated in this area hunters and shepherds, protecting his sheep from predators. Therefore, the emergence of 'cat' in Italian scientists named the 'interesting and valuable fact, a positive sign. " In a world marked World Health Day every year on April 7 celebrated worldwide as World Health Day. On this day, thousands of people to the importance of health for productive and happy life. World Health Day is celebrated on the day of establishment of the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1948.

Annual commemoration of the day's health has become a tradition since 1950. He performed in order to enable people to understand how much it means health in their life and decide what they need to do to the health of people around the world was better. Topic of the Day in 2008, is dedicated to climate change and is defined as follows: 'Protecting health from climate change'. Theme was selected in recognition of the fact that global warming poses security in the region public health are increasingly under threat. Currently, the factor of climate warming we have to consider along with other known risk factors to health – smoking, alcohol, excess food, a small physical activity