LeBron James, who has established himself as a prominent figure both on and off the court with his admirable character, has strongly advocated for kid’s well-being. The four-time NBA champion’s full commitment to children’s welfare has long been recognized, as he has even been awarded the Kid’s Choice award for favorite male athlete.
In a recent post by the legend, his unalloyed commitment to children’s welfare is reignited with his heartfelt plea against pharmaceutical companies testing weight loss products on children.
LeBron James begs drug firms to stop using 6-year-olds in their tests
LeBron James had recently pleaded with pharmaceutical companies to shun testing their weight loss products on six-year-old kids. The legend made his stand firm with a heartfelt appeal on his Instagram recently. LeBron James wrote “Please not the kids. This ain’t the answer. How about providing and making better food choices and being more active.”
LeBron didn’t just declare his stand on the bothering issue but also recommended alternative options of healthier lifestyles which cover better food choices and enhanced physical activity.
Meanwhile, it’s reported that the pharmaceutical companies behind the Ozempic/Wegovy and Mounjaro have earned enormous returns from their products which deliver great results, but their goal of considering children of 11 or 12 years old for their products has sparked a wave of concerns from people like the legend LeBron James.
While LeBron James as a prominent name has made his stand against the Pharmaceutical companies, it should greatly remind them of the ethical implications of their products to the people’s well-being, especially the children.
What Happened to Lebron James son Bronny James?
LeBron James’ son Bronny James, who is highly tipped to make a return to the USC, had suffered a severe incident back on 24 July. It was reported that Bronny suffered cardiac arrest during a severe workout session back in July.
While many wondered about the true cause of the incident, it was discovered that the young star suffered the cardiac arrest as a result of a congenital heart defect, at the Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, with a confirmation at the Mayo Clinic and the Atlantic Health-Morristown Medical Center in New Jersey as reported by a family spokesperson.
The spokesperson also raised the hope of Bronny making a full recovery and returning to basketball soon. She said, “It is an anatomically and functionally significant Congenital Heart Defect which can and will be treated, we are very confident in Bronny’s full recovery and return to basketball very soon. We will continue to provide updates to media and respectfully reiterate the family’s request for privacy.”
With Bronny hopefully making a return soon, the young star was highly projected to be a first-round pick in next summer’s NBA Draft and potentially play alongside his potentially play alongside his iconic father LeBron James at the professional level.