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History and Development of Obesity in America
24th Sep 2020
Introduction: Obesity in America is becoming a problem. It has been on the rise since the beginning of the twenty first century, but seems to be getting higher in more recent years. ...

Proposed Intervention to Decrease Obesity Rates
18th Jun 2020
Introduction: The intended purpose of this project is to decrease the rates of childhood obesity by decreasing BMI by 5-10% through education of dietary intake and increase physical activities. The intervention wil...

Impact of Obesity in Society and Solutions to the Problem
18th Jun 2020
Introduction: Analyse how rising obesity is causing a crisis in modern society, and evaluate current solutions to address this problem. Increasing numbers of obese people in modern society have caused a series of s...

Health and Social Impacts of Obesity
1st Jun 2020
Introduction: Introduction Today, we have two groups of people, young people who are struggling with obesity and others who do not care. We are in a time where being obese can be detrimental to good health and for ...

Health Problem: Child Obesity in Canada
1st Jun 2020
Introduction: Health Problem: Child Obesity in Canada Needs Assessment and Rationale An excessive accumulation of body fats causes childhood obesity over time due to positive energy balance. Therefore, the conditio...

World Awareness of Pathological Conditions: Obesity
29th May 2020
Introduction: Abstract Obesity being a non -communicable disease has a big impact on many things. It is a battle that has affected so many and a fight that is still being fought for many years in the past and the o...

The Effect of Television Watching on Obesity
20th May 2020
Introduction: Abstract This study looks to further the theory that too much time spent sedentary or watching television will lead to a higher rate of obesity and type 2 diabetes.  Participants in this study will b...

Critical Thinking Skills in Patient Diagnosis and Care
7th May 2020
Introduction: Case Study: Mrs. Wong The basis of this paper is to enhance critical thinking skills when it comes to diagnosis and plan of care for Mrs. Wong by utilizing the information in the case study to formula...

Risks of overweight and obesity
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Question What are the known health risks of overweight and obesity? Answer It is well documented that an increasing prevalence of obesity will lead to a significant strain on healthcare services globa...

Obesity and heart disease
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Question How does obesity lead to heart disease? Answer A high body mass index (BMI) can lead to an increased risk of coronary heart disease. Coronary heart disease is a disease characterised by a bui...

Health Risks of Weight Gain and Obesity
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: This essay will analyse some of the main health risks posed by weight gain and obesity such as the risk of developing chronic heart disease, diabetes and cancer. It will also discuss some of the fact...

Controlling Obesity in Canada
11th Feb 2020
Introduction:   Public Health Policy: Controlling Obesity in Canada The World Health Organisation defined health in its constitution as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely...

Child Obesity in Canada: Strategies for Intervention
11th Feb 2020
Introduction:  Child Obesity in Canada Immediate Action Needed for a Better Future Executive Summary Obesity is a condition that there is excessive body fat which leads to increased morbidity and mortality. Obesi...

Role of Fast Food in Increasing Childhood Obesity
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The pandemic of childhood obesity is something that should be concerning to the individuals of our country as it is something that can be prevented. Within the last 3 decades, child obesity has more ...