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The goal is officially stated as “ensures healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages”. The goal aims to tackle various issues, which tend to go unnoticed by most. People neglect their health more than they should, and because of this, the rates are rising alarmingly. This goal wouldn’t be as easy to achieve as it is perceived to be. Emerging health issues such as antimicrobial resistance, which are not the part of global health priority as of now, also begs for attention. According to a study done recently, every 20 seconds a person aged 30 – 70 years uncommonly die from noncommunicable diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, cancer or diabetes. We say we live in a progressed world, a world with uncountable upcoming technologies, a world where machines are replacing human at their workplaces, however with these distressing facts and figures, that time isn’t far away when robots will actually replace humans altogether. Moreover, there are still at least 400 million people who lack basic health services. Apart from this, mental health shouldn’t be ignored either. It is said that one in every three women go through PTSD (Post Trauma Stress Disorder) after going through a traumatic case of harassment. These issues need to be addressed immediately.