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Management of obesity in childhood
Malaysia. Kementerian Kesihatan. Health Technology Assessment Unit
by Health Technology Assessment Unit, Medical Development Division, Ministry of Health Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 21-25).
|Series||Health technology assessment report -- MOH/PAK/89.04 (TR)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 54 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||2009323646|
We encourage the use of person-first language (e.g., “adults with obesity” or “20% of children ages have obesity” and not “obese adults” nor “20% of children are obese”) when discussing topics like obesity and other chronic diseases, as well as respectful images. Obesity is on the rise! The state of obesity in the world today is a concern for all governments especially those in developed countries and with this comes the rise of hypertension and high cholesterol levels. Despite the efforts these governments have taken, the epidemic seems to become more serious. It affects both children as well as adults.
Childhood obesity. Childhood obesity has become a significant problem in many countries. Overweight children often face stigma and suffer from emotional, psychological, and social problems. Obesity can negatively impact a child’s education and future socioeconomic status. In an estimated nine million American children over age six. Features a wealth of information on obesity, including hormones and weight problems, co-morbidities in obesity, genetics and the onset of obesity, behavioral aspects and psychosocial approaches to obesity management, energy and metabolism management, and more. Discusses pharmacotherapies and surgical approaches to obesity.
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Childhood obesity has reached epidemic proportions in the United States and continues to increase in prevalence in almost all countries in which it has been studied, including developed and developing countries around the globe.
The causes of obesity are complex and multi-factorial. Childhood obesity becomes a life-long problem in most cases and is associated with long term chronic disease. Introduction. The prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity has tripled in the past 30 years in the United States.
Recent estimates from –, indicate that approximately % of youth ages 2 to 19 were either overweight or obese, and % of those youth were obese .While childhood overweight and obesity have begun to stabilize, the most recent NHANES data show that class 2 Cited by: Childhood obesity is one of the most serious problems facing the developed world.
It is damaging to the medical and psychological well-being of the child and casts a shadow on their future health, leading to serious illness and ultimately premature ment of Childhood Obesity provides practical, realistic and easily implemented advice on sensitive approaches to children and their Cited by: 4.
Childhood obesity is an excess of body fat, which occurs over time due to a positive energy balance (energy intake > energy expended). In other words, a positive energy balance occurs when the energy that your child gets from food and drinks (energy intake) is higher than the energy used from being physically active (energy out).
This topic review will address interventions to prevent and treat childhood obesity in the primary care setting. Related content on childhood obesity can be Management of obesity in childhood book in the following topic reviews: (See "Definition, epidemiology, and etiology of obesity in children and adolescents".) (See "Clinical evaluation of the obese child and adolescent".).
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Changes to diet and activity are reviewed in detail but also with the whole spectrum of eating within the 4/4(1). Management of Childhood Obesity provides practical, realistic and easily implemented advice on sensitive approaches to children and their families in a very accessible form for all practitioners involved in the care of overweight children.
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Obesity among children has reached epidemic levels in the US, affecting more than 9 million children. Not surprisingly, obesity can limit a child’s physical activity and affect his or her self-esteem.
Obesity in childhood and adolescence has reached epidemic proportions in all industrialized countries around the world. Its impact on individual lives as well as on health economics has to be recognized by physicians and the public alike.
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Because of this increase, and awareness of the risks to long term health that childhood obesity presents, the phenomena is now described by many as a global epidemic. The prevalence of childhood obesity in the United States has risen dramatically in the past several decades. Although 25 to 30 percent of children are affected, this condition is underdiagnosed Cited by: Includes dietary, drug management, and other alternative non-operative approaches.
Addresses the growing incidence of childhood obesity with a chapter focusing on adolescent bariatric surgery patients. Book Description. This title includes a number of Open Access chapters. The prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity has increased worldwide in recent decades.
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Type 2 diabetes, associated with obesity, is today the most common form of diabetes. It is also associated with a number of other cardiovascular risk factors which constitute the metabolic syndrome.
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