Children Obesity Ppt

  • Obesity in Children

    Sample APA Formatted Paper APA Research Paper (Mirano) Obesity in Children i Short title and page number for student papers. Lowercase roman numerals are used on title page and abstract page, arabic numerals on all text pages. Can Medication Cure Obesity in Children? A Review of the Literature Full title, writer’s name, and section number of course, instructor’s name, and date (all centered). Luisa Mirano Psychology 107, Section B Professor Kang October 31, 2004 XXXX Marginal

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  • Obesity in Our Children

    Obesity in our Children Obesity rates among children as well as pregnant mothers in the Unites States are increasing and it has greatly impacted the health of those affected. Additionally, as it is explained by Katherina Maximova, children who are “exposed to overweight parents and schoolmates were more likely to misperceive their own weight status” meaning that children exposed to overweight people in their lives were more likely to not consider it an issue or a health hazard. As I was somewhat

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  • How Child Obesity Affects Children from Low-Income Families

    How Child Obesity Affects Children from Low-Income Families American children are getting fatter everyday. This includes a variety of reasons such as the lack of exercise, steady high calorie diet, and junk food. This problem affects many children living within the United States, but children from low-income families are more at risk of becoming obese. The reason, not only stems from their limited knowledge of healthy lifestyles but the cost and availability of nutritious foods as well. Childhood

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  • Obesity

    Schools: The Solution To Obesity In the last thirty years the rate of overweight and obese adults has doubled and the rate for children has tripled. Today, more than one-third adult citizens, and seventeen percent of children are overweight (CDC). Unhealthy weight is caused by a lack of physical activity and an unbalanced diet. With the rise of technology and improved living standards in the United States, sedentary lifestyle has become a normal practice in today’s American citizens: using elevators

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  • Preventing Obesity in Children

    PREVENTING OBESITY IN CHILDREN Preventing Obesity in Children Kindra Henderson Kristen Scott English Comp. PREVENTING OBESITY IN CHILDREN Obesity is a recent health epidemic that has dire consequences for America’s health, especially for its children. The causes contributing to this epidemic include sedentary life styles, caloric intake, and major changes in the eating patterns of American families. Among these changes in eating habits is the amount of food Americans consume, how often

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  • Obesity and Children

    Obesity and Children Kimberly Jordan English Comp 122 Hope Phillips Umansky February 21, 2011 Childhood obesity has been on the rise by 20% in children ages 6 to 11 and that number is triple for children under the age of six. This is posing a serious issue with many health and social consequences that may often continue into adulthood. Research on childhood on obesity is showing that family eating patterns are a crucial factor and environmental and

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  • Obesity

    Obesity and HRCA and PPACA Jody Forsyth University of Phoenix HCS 430 Norman Greene October 29, 2012 Obesity is a high priority medical problem currently affecting, experienced and fought throughout the United States. Over the last 30 years obesity has increased in children, adolescents and adults. Obesity has been affecting individuals for a long time however not until the 1980s did obesity become considered an epidemic with public health. The concern about the

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  • Obesity

    Obesity Obesity is a medical condition whereby there is an abnormal accumulation of fats in the body. It can also be defined as a chronic condition that is defined by excess amount of fats in the body. This abnormal accumulation of fats in the body causes adverse effects on the health of an individual. Overweight and obesity have become epidemic not only in the United States, but all over the world. There are many factors that can contribute to a person becoming obese, like excessive food energy

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  • Obesity

    Childhood Obesity ENG 122 Childhood Obesity Obesity is a serious medical condition that is defined as an abnormal constant accumulation of excess body fat that are usually twenty percent or more of a persons average body weight, according to PubMed Health (Obesity in Children) September 2011. Children are the biggest targets of this deadly disease of being overweight. In the U.S. childhood obesity has been on an alarming high rate, which has been impacting the health of American people

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  • Obesity in Children

    Obesity in Children Obesity in Children The problem of overweight and obesity in children continues to grow. Studies show 1 in 3 children are overweight or obese. Companies producing high fat, low nutrition, and high sugar foods aim their marketing strategies at children making their products more appealing to a child. This is not the only factor in the rise of obesity in our children. Schools, hospitals, supermarkets, restaurants and especially parents need to take on more

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  • Obesity in Children

    2011) “Obesity in Children And Teens”. Satter, E. (Jun 13, 2005) “Your Child Weight: Helping without Harming”. Obesity is a concerning problem in our world now especially in American Children. Being overweight and obese is a major risk factor for many chronic diseases in America for all ages. When people are obese they have more serious health problems, in addition to higher heath care costs. Poor eating habits and inactivity are the major factors that contribute to children being overweight

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  • Obesity in Children

    Obesity in Children After reading the material for this week, the student began to research obesity in middle childhood. The student discovered the causes of middle childhood obesity, the effect of obesity on a child’s health, psychosocial, and cognitive development, and ways to counteract obesity in middle childhood. The student has provided information on obesity solutions in her area, a national program to help stop childhood obesity, and has suggested other ways to help stop childhood obesity

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  • Children and Obesity. Who Are Resposible?

    Children and Obesity: Who is Responsible? In the recent discussion of children and obesity, a controversial issue has been whether we should put the blame on the fast food industry or the parents. On the one hand, some argue that the fast food restaurants aren’t properly labeling their menus. From this perspective, this would look to be the fast food restaurant’s fault. On the other hand, however, others argue that it is the parents’ fault because they are not controlling what their children eat

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  • Obesity

    Obesity an American Epidemic HCS/552 Karen L. Chambers University of Phoenix Monday June 4, 2012 Professor James Hamilton Obesity an American Epidemic Numerous research studies have confirmed that poor eating habits, lack of exercise and a sedentary lifestyle are the prime contributors to obesity in the US. Because of on the go life styles, fast food consumption and microwave meals, people have sacrificed their health. Instead of eating pure, wholesome foods, many people opt to eat a diet

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  • Obesity

    Allo64 .  Obesity Vladimir Jean-Philippe ABS 200: Introduction to Applied Behavioral Science Dr. A’ndrea Wilson September, 2nd, 2013 Let’s face it; we’re a nation of fat people. In a world where thin is in and is glamorized by the media, how is it that 68.7% of American adults are either obese or overweight? If we look at the youth of our nation, obesity is even affecting them as well. Childhood obesity has more than doubled in children and tripled in adolescents in the past 30 years

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  • Can Medication Cure Obesity in Children?

    APA Research Paper (Mirano) Running head: CAN MEDICATION CURE OBESITY IN CHILDREN? 1 The header consists of a shortened title in all capital letters at the left margin and the page number at the right margin; on the title page only, the shortened title is preceded by the words “Running head” and a colon. Can Medication Cure Obesity in Children? A Review of the Literature Luisa Mirano Northwest-Shoals Community College Full title, writer’s name, and school halfway down the page.

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  • Can Medication Cure Obesity in Children

    APA Research Paper (Mirano) Running head: CAN MEDICATION CURE OBESITY IN CHILDREN? 1 The header consists of a shortened title in all capital letters at the left margin and the page number at the right margin; on the title page only, the shortened title is preceded by the words “Running head” and a colon. Can Medication Cure Obesity in Children? A Review of the Literature Luisa Mirano Northwest-Shoals Community College Full title, writer’s name, and school halfway down the page.

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  • Obesity

    treatment for obesity is in high demand right now because it is a huge epidemic within our country and because it is such a big problem physicians are coming up with new treatments to help prevent and stop obesity. Procedures such as the Lap Band and gastric bypass surgery are treatments that were not around twenty years ago but are now so common because there is such a demand for it. 2. Discuss the impact on State funds for Medicare and Medicaid. See Table 1, Estimated Adult Obesity-Attributable

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  • Obesity in Children

    Obesity in Children Veronica Zepeda BSHS 361 February 6, 2012 Joycelyn Benett Obesity in Children Childhood obesity is a growing crisis in the United States. A mixture of cultural factors influence children eating and exercise habits. The media, television, video games, and movies take place of exercising or playing outside. Other factors that led to childhood obesity are cultures, working parents, eating fast foods versus healthy low fat foods. The Cause Countless factors contribute

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  • Obesity

    Trinette Rivers Child Obesity Composition 1 National American University 10/15/13 Obesity has become an epidemic in our society today. After reading an article on obesity, I felt like I needed to do more research. What causes obesity? Well too much television and video games and fast food, and sitting on the computer all day. However, that is not all this can also be a hormonal influence on the body

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  • Obesity

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Definition Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have an adverse effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems. People are considered obese when their body mass index (BMI), a measurement obtained by dividing a person's weight in kilograms by the square of the person's height in metres, exceeds 30 kg/m2. Obesity increases the likelihood of various diseases, particularly

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  • Obesity Children

    McMullen, Paul S. O’Callaghan, Justin A. Richard, John G. Eakin and Harry Rafferty is to measure the effect after 4 years end of war in northern Uganda on the prevalence and consider of mental health of children and adolescent. During the war against insurgent (Lord’s resistance army), a large number of children and adolescent are been a victims on extreme war violent and they are reach for traumatic experience same affected by adult. The psychological distress is the serious impact for them and almost

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  • Obesity in Children

    Appropriate Use of Technology Nutrition through the Life Cycle Obesity in children Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have an adverse effect on health, leading to reduced life expectancy and/or increased health problems. Physicians and researchers did numerous studies on children’s habits and lifestyles as an important part of society. Nowadays, children face big problems with obesity. As a result, researchers have learned that healthy habits

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  • Obesity in America's Children

    Obesity in America’s Children Ann L. Stanford ENG 122 English Composition II Prof Louisa Verhaart January 20, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Clark, S., & Dittrich, L. (2010). Alternate fat taxes to control obesity. International Advances in Economic Research, 16(4), 388-394. Retrieved from This paper takes a closer look at

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  • Obesity

    Obesity Institution Date Analyze with substantial details the pathophysiology of Obesity Obesity is a condition whereby there is excess Accumulation of body fat. Obesity is medically defined in terms of body mass index (BMI). The BMI is the arithmetical way of coming up with the correct weight range as far as the height of an individual is concerned. Obesity is indicated when a body mass index exceeds 30kg/m2. When BMI increases it is further classified as severe, super obesity and morbid.

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  • Obesity

    Running Head: OBESITY Prevalence of Obesity in USA [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institution] Prevalance of Obesity in USA Introduction Obesity has emerged as the most pressing nutritional problem facing the developed world. This trend has occurred over a relatively short period of time; in the United States, it appears to have begun in the last quarter of the 20th century. The epidemic in children followed shortly thereafter. The most recent data (1999–2000) from national surveys

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  • Obesity

    rtyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnmqwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm Child Obesity 10/20/2014 By Jacob Cabral | Jacob Cabral 10/20/14 HHP Dr. Mechels Child Obesity Nowadays, people have noticed a continuous increase in childhood obesity rates throughout the world. Obesity is a serious medical and physical condition that has negative effects on children and adolescents. Childhood obesity occurs when a child’s body stores excess body fat that causes a negative effect in their

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  • Obesity Among Children

    OBESITY AMONG CHILDREN At this age of unhealthy junk food & video games child obesity is a common anxiety throughout the world. Unhealthy children mean unhealthy & unsustainable future for the world. So, keeping love & affection on one side its time parents have to be alert because not only it is unhealthy but may be your child is also going through embarrassment or uncomfortable feelings. Some children to hide that negative feelings start eating even more which with time turns into

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  • Obesity on Children

    Obesity on children Lauri Gavilano EN1320 09/02/2014 Obesity on children Obese children and teenagers face a high risk of potential health problems as they get older, bad eating habits formed during childhood may lead the child to be overweight, with worrying consequences in adulthood, mainly for health. The consequences of childhood obesity, the result of fat accumulation in the body are related to the development of diabetes and cardiovascular problems. It also affects in the mental and

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  • Obesity

    my interest – obesity. In my research paper I will discuss some of the causes of obesity, its effects and the health concerns related to obesity and finally offer suggestions as to how obesity can be treated or prevented. Obesity can be defined as “having excess body fat” whereas being overweight is defined as “having excess body weight for a particular height from fat, muscle, bone, water, or a combination of these factors” (Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010). Obesity is the result

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  • Childhood Obesity in Latino Children

    Childhood Obesity in Latino Children. Cindy Martinez Phoenix University The purpose of the Powerpoint presentation in the workplace project is to raise awareness for health care workers in regards to the increasing rate of obese Latino children in the United States. In the past several decades and according to the State of Obesity “38.9 % of children ages 2-19 are obese in the Latino culture.” The rates of severe obesity are higher amongst these children compared to the White American children

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  • Obesity in Children

    Obesity in Children According to “Obesity Action Coalition” Obesity is a condition that is associated with having an excess of body fat, defined by genetic and environmental factors that are difficult to control when dieting. Today in society Children have become more obese due to all of the fast foods restaurants and junk food they are consuming on a daily basis. Obesity have become one of the major issues in the U.S today. Obesity is caused by some of following factors, dietary habits, physical

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  • Obesity in Children

    for America’s Children Christine Webb School of Graduate and Professional Studies Washington Adventist University, Takoma Park Maryland 04/10/2015 Childhood obesity is an important issue because of the staggering proportions that this disease has reached in the past few years. Certain genetic factors paired with changing lifestyles and culture has produced children (and adults) who are generally not as healthy as people were just a few decades ago. Widespread obesity has been the extreme

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  • Obesity

    RUNNING HEAD: Obesity in the USA versus Asian Countries 1 Obesity in the USA versus Asian Countries Tina Bonne Indiana Wesleyan University MBA0289 Statistics for Managers October 6, 2014 MS Fanyu Zeng, Instructor I have read and understand the plagiarism policy as outlined in the syllabus and the sections in the Student Bulletin relating to the IWU Honesty/Cheating Policy. By affixing this statement to the title page of my paper

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  • Poverty and Obesity in Children

    Childhood Obesity​​1 Poverty and Welfare on Childhood Obesity Paul D Stasiak Self Study ​Childhood obesity has become a growing concern in the eyes of many Americans, yet not every parent can identify if their child or one they care for is overweight. Understanding dietary intake for our children is a very important. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2014), childhood obesity has more than doubled and young adult obesity has quadrupled

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  • Fighting Obesity in Hispanic Children

    Fighting Obesity in Hispanic Children A. Overall educational goal To propose a health promotion model to achieving increased physical activity in Hispanic children ages 10-14. I will collaborate with schools and catholic churches in promoting and enrolling Hispanic students in after-school programs. I will collaborate with and use materials from the California Adolescent Nutrition and Fitness Program (CANFit). CANFit is an organization that is specialized in helping minority communities to

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  • Children with Obesity

    Children with Obesity Written By Michelle Milewski 8/2/2015 Professor pike Liberty University English 101 D-01 APA Abstract Childhood Obesity has reached epidemic levels in developed countries. Children in the United States form ages 6-11 years old “Who were obese increased from 7 percent in 1980 and nearly 18 percent in 2012” (CDC - Obesity - Facts - Adolescent and School Health, 2015). Overweight and obesity in childhood are known to have significant impact on both physical and

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  • Obesity

    Childhood Obesity: School Prevention Children in the United States are getting heavier and heavier. As a result, schools are essential towards finding a solution in the obesity epidemic. Through solid norms and school programs such as proper nutrition standards, quality health education, quality physical education, and opportunities to do physical activity, schools can help students to adopt and maintain healthy physical and nutritional behavior. All around the country, obesity has become a great

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  • Obesity

    is a growing epidemic of childhood obesity in Australia and also worldwide. The prevalence of obesity has doubled to 65% of the world’s population live in countries where obesity and overweight kills more people than underweight does (WHO, 2011). Obese children are more likely to have health problems throughout their childhood, these health issues are associated with long-term health consequences to which the economic costs are enormous (Swinburn, 2008). Obesity in childhood is frequently tracked

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  • Obesity

    Obesity, also called corpulence or fatness it is the excessive accumulation of body fat that is caused by the consumption of more calories than the body can use. It is a condition in which the body accumulates an abnormally large amount of fatty tissue or fat. It is a chronic disease that is rapidly increasing and having devastating effects on health especially in the United States. Effects of obesity can cost us personally or as a community, it is the second cause of death yearly. Some contributing

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  • Social Analysis of Children Obesity

    Social Analysis Report Children Obesity Mengtong Huang Holly Lachapelle Jung Ohyeon Professor Fidaa Shehada Global Citizenship (GNED500204) Due date: December 3, 2015 Introduction of children abesity and connected with GNED 500(by Holly Lachapelle) The topic of our social analysis is child obesity. As far as we know, childhood obesity is becoming a growing epidemic in the modern world. According to Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, “The percentage of children aged 6–11 years in

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  • Obesity in Children and Adolescents

    Obesity in Children and Adolescents Student’s Name University Affiliation Obesity in Children and Adolescents Overweight in children and adolescents is becoming a severe medical condition that needs to be addressed. Obesity is the state of becoming obese by comparing a body mass index (BMI). If an individual (BMI) is above thirty, he or she is regarded as obese (Armstrong et al. 2016). Obesity in children is a healthy malfunctioning that is progressing at a high

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  • Obesity

      Fast Food And Childhood Obesity: Is Fast Food The Cause?    Alycia Dunn        English Research Paper    Mr. Krause     May 2, 2016      Childhood Obesity And Fast Food  There have been claims that fast­food restaurants are the leading factors of obesity. The over  sized proportions in the fast food industry have taken a toll on the amount of calories one  consumes on a daily basis. Although, there are high amounts of calories in fast food, that doesn’t  stop one from exercising in an attempt to burn calories

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  • Obesity in Children

    Abstract The special population that was chosen for this presentation is Obese children and adolescent. This paper reviews the risks and consequences associated with childhood and adolescent obesity. Although no consensus definition of childhood obesity exists, the various measures encountered in the literature are moderately well correlated. The paper is organized in two parts. The first section reviews childhood obesity sequelae that occur during childhood. These short-term risks, for orthopedic

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  • Obesity

    Childhood Obesity 1. Problem identification and overview 1. Problem identification The problem issue of childhood obesity is regarded in a very serious light by nursing and healthcare profession. It is considered to be “…the most common prevalent nutritional disorder of US children and adolescents, and one of the most common problems seen by pediatricians”( Childhood Overweight. NASO). However, it is also important to see this problem in the large problem of obesity in the country

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  • Obesity

    Prevalance of Obesity in USA [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institution] Prevalance of Obesity in USA Introduction Obesity has emerged as the most pressing nutritional problem facing the developed world. This trend has occurred over a relatively short period of time; in the United States, it appears to have begun in the last quarter of the 20th century. The epidemic in children followed shortly thereafter. The most recent data (1999–2000) from national surveys in the United States suggest

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  • Obesity

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) defines obesity and overweight as a range of weight that is considered healthy for a given height. The body mass index (BMI) is the measurement used to define who is overweight or obese. For adults a BMI of 25-29.9 is considered over weight, anything above 30 is considered obese (CDC info at Obesity is one of the most discussed current health issue, because it is a precursor to hypertension, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, gall stone

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  • Obesity

    Obesity Danielle Pierson DeVry University Obesity Obesity is a serious issue with many health and social consequences that start from childhood and may often continue into adulthood. According to clinical studies, obesity has been linked to certain lifestyle factors such as, poor eating habits and not getting enough exercise. Obesity, in my opinion, starts in the home. Some parents allow their children to eat unhealthy foods, and some allow them to eat more than they should. It starts with

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  • Children Obesity Ppt

    Children Obesity Presentation Welcome to this presentation on childhood obesity, a very vulnerable population. In the next 20 minutes, based on the health issue of childhood obesity that is identified in the selected community setting from the Neighborhood, the team will introduce an innovative program that will target this major health issue and improve the health of this population. In this presentation, the Healthy People 2020 indicator will be referred as it relates to childhood obesity and

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  • Obesity

    Childhood obesity is harmful I selected childhood obesity as my topic. I chose this topic because it is a major crisis that children are suffering with. I believe obese children are faced with many challenges. Many of the problems travel with them throughout adult hood. I have a family member that was an obese child. She still struggles with her weight, self-esteem, and identity today and she is thirty years old. I want to explore the damaging consequences of childhood obesity. I want to take a

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