These figures show that millions of adults of all ages are living with untreated high blood pressure - a ticking time bomb
that puts their future health in jeopardy.
It's a ticking time bomb
for tens of thousands of workers around the UK.
The families and children living there must have health problems in the future - a ticking time bomb
The Green party described the heaps of rubbish dumped in Kyperounta on Wednesday as a 'ticking time bomb
The Parents Television Council describes the second season of the series as "a ticking time bomb
to teens and children." It wants both seasons yanked.
On the surface everything is okay but I am scared that this could be a ticking time bomb
. Or am just being paranoid?Two years?
An insider thinks it's only a matter of time before this ticking time bomb
It has become a ticking time bomb
, threatening to shake the financial sector and cause an economic crisis.
Abidjan: The African Development Bank and its East and North African Governors stressed urgent steps to match the continent's growing population and youth unemployment, which they likened to a "ticking time bomb
He expressed concern when debating the 2018/19 budget speech, that while the issue continued to be a ticking time bomb
, the budget speech by the Minister of Finance and Economic Development failed to provide detailed explanation of how it would be addressed.
The man accused of carrying out the Finsbury Park terror attack was a "ticking time bomb
" who became obsessed with Muslims after watching a drama based on the Rochdale grooming scandal, a court heard.
The syndicate stressed that the reality of nursing in Lebanon is a "ticking time bomb
," due to multiple factors such as the low salaries for nurses.
If India, which is facing multi-dimensional problems, is not a ticking time bomb
, how come Pakistan has become a time bomb?
AROUND 28,000 pubs have closed since the 1970s as the sector faces a "ticking time bomb
" over its future, a report warns.
"It was like living with a ticking time bomb
," he said.