We here at Pamville are all about finding solutions to everyday problems not only to benefit the people experiencing the problems, but also to benefit all of mankind and help create a sense of global unity.

A girl in the U.S recently participated in a 20-month, groundbreaking, obesity prevention study at Rush University Medical Center. The 14-year-old girl, a competitive swimmer, and her family had help with nutrition and exercise counseling. She gained 12 pounds over the course of the study. I feel your pain, hon.

A 14-year-old girl in New Zealand, boogie boarding with her brother along a beach on South Island, was attacked by a shark. Before the shark could do much damage, she beat the bite out of it with her body board. Right on.

In Austria, a group of researchers has discovered that giving fish oil supplements to young people who are between the ages of 13 and 25 and showing early signs of psychosis significantly reduced the participants’ chances of developing schizophrenia. A sound mind just can’t be overrated.

I say, we send the U.S. kids at risk of obesity to coastal New Zealand to help those kiwi kids not just humiliate the sharks with a smack down, but also get a full-body workout bludgeoning the sharks to death and start a cottage industry harvesting shark oils to make the pills to save the Austrian kids from a life of mental health issues.

Just saying, it could be a win, win, win situation by creating skinny, safe, sane kids all around the Earth orb — one boogie board at a time.

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