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  • Obese Children

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    Today, comparatively nine million youngster over the age of six are examined to be obese. Throughout the years, rates of childhood obesity have increased among children ages 6 to 11. Obese children are progressively developing severe medical conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, a disease correlated with obesity that was once referred to as “adult onset” diabetes. Obese children also have a greater risk for developing health complications later in life, including heart attack, stroke, and hypertension

  • Are Obese Children Doomed to be Obese Adults? Essay

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    “Do You Think Obese Children are doomed to be Obese Adults?” In the subject of debates, a debate is an argument of a current event or other controversial topic that provides both sides of an argument. These could be negative and positive things or pros and cons of a topic. You can debate about almost anything as long as it is debatable and worth debating over. Some popular topics to debate about are school uniforms, playing music during class, abortion, obesity, health care reform, politics, and

  • I.Introduction. A.Hook Obese Children Grow Out To Be Obese

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    I. Introduction A. Hook Obese children grow out to be obese adults. In the United States, obesity affects approximately 12.5 million children and teens which is almost 17% of the of the population. This clearly depicts how serious the issue of obesity on teens is. B. some people believe that obesity is not a major issue and has no effects on them health wise. However, professional personnel and bodies clearly points out that obesity is a very serious and life threatening epidemic which is affecting

  • The Prevalence Of Overweight And Obese Children

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    The number of overweight and obese children is only increasing. It is important for children to eat adequate nutrients to ensure development, growth, and health (Brown et al., 2013). Children can become obese if they lack exercise, consume high fat and/or empty caloric foods, and watch their family eat or over eat unhealthy foods. Brown et al. (2013) implies adequate nutrition can improve a child’s academic performance in school, reduce tardiness and absences by decreasing the chances of a child

  • Obese Children Working Out

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    People need to use obese children's emotional problems as a way to help the child lose weight. Obese children struggle with making friends and keeping up with other children, however, people can use this to their advantage to help the child become healthy. Children with these emotional problems have numerous emotions buried in them, and people can use this to make a child work harder. The child can physically work through all of the emotional and social struggles they have been through. Working out

  • Why Do Children Obese

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    America are obese states a statistic from the CDC in 2009-10. This is way too high of a number and could teach children bad lifestyle choices. Young people should play basketball because people need exercise, it is a fun sport, it is a mental and physical sport. People in the 21st century do not exercise nearly enough. Most Americans are overweight or obese. This can lead to many health problems such as high blood pressure and heart attacks. Children are not exercising nearly enough. Children are glued

  • Critical Review On Obese Children

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    Critical Analysis Review Taylor Cholota The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga September 24, 2016 Morawska, A., & West, F. (2013). Do parents of obese children use ineffective parenting strategies? Journal of Child Health Care, 17(4), 375-386. Introduction According to Morawska (2013), the research connecting parenting strategies and childhood obesity is lacking in prevalence and accuracy. Previous research on this topic has shown to not always be accurate or plausible to support the

  • Obese children in America Essay

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    (Carmona, 2003). It affects everyone everywhere. In today’s society, one out of every three children are considered obese (“overweight and obesity,” 2009). Child obesity has become a raging conflict and solutions must be presented to reduce it. One might think that the reason so many children are obese is from eating too much food, but in reality there are many more variables. The chance of being obese increases forty-one percent if a child has a TV in his or her bedroom and watches more than

  • Obese And Overweight Hispanic Children

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    Obese and overweight Hispanic children are a direct consequence of a low Socioeconomic Status. A famous American chef, Tom Colicchio, once said: “This is what people don 't understand: obesity is a symptom of poverty. It 's not a lifestyle choice where people are just eating and not exercising. It 's because kids - and this is the problem with school lunch right now - are getting sugar, fat, empty calories - lots of calories - but no nutrition” . On the other hand, a socioeconomic status, according

  • High Increase On Obese Children Essay

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    Tashay Johnson Professor Keeler English 301 7 March 2015 High Increase in Obese Children in America Introduction Rebecca Stevenage struggled with managing her food intake for years. It was not until Rebecca became an adult that she understood the importance of not using food for love and comfort. She explained how she was overweight as a child and was bullied frequently at school. Her appearance and situation of being made fun of caused Rebecca to suffer from depression and low self-esteem. She