Izazola Licea said the national government will have to invest 5.6 billion pesos – – about $365 billion – – by 2012 for prevention. Bertozzi said that it is period officials in Mexico rethink how we deal with HIV, adding that the national country needs new programs that focus on prevention, improved schooling for medical personnel and more public consciousness . This article can be republished with kind permission from our friends at The Kaiser Family Foundation. You will see the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Record, search the archives, or join email delivery of in-depth coverage of wellness policy developments, discussions and debates.More than 75 percent of the individuals had too low dietary fibre intake, while 65 percent had an excessive amount of salt. Furthermore, the intake of vitamin D was insufficient among 20 percent of the participants, and one third of men and one fourth of women consumed an excessive amount of alcohol. Based on the researchers, the low adherence to nutrition recommendations is likely to further increase the threat of cardiovascular illnesses and diabetes, and the results reveal that the Nordic countries should increasingly spend money on dietary assessments and counselling targeted at persons exhibiting features of metabolic syndrome.