Hot on the heels of Canadian Thanksgiving, today’s World Food Day is “a worldwide event designed to increase awareness, understanding and informed, year-around action to alleviate hunger.” JC Jones @ Healthline writes “This year the focus is on the issue of climate change and its impact on the poor. Food security for millions is an increasingly urgent global public health issue due to climate change. Each year, hunger claims as many lives as AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria combined. Hunger and malnutrition are the number one risk to health worldwide.” You can go online to look for related events taking place today in your area. Or check out ‘10 Things You Can Do On World Food Day‘ @ World Food Programme.