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    1. 1. Joseph Dubato
    2. 2. Overview Explore the following compared to the U.S.: Overweight and Obesity in New York State Physical Activity in New York State Diabetes in New York State
    3. 3. Overweight and Obese New York State Nationwide In 1995, 35.4% of New  In 1995, 35.5% of Americans Yorkers were overweight were overweight  Only 13.9% were obese  15.9% were obese In 2005, 37.6% were  In 2005, 36.7% were overweight overweight  22.2% obese  24.4% were obese In 2010, 36.9% overweight  In 2010, 36.2% overweight  24.5% obese  27.5% were obese
    4. 4. Physical Activity Criteria for adequate physical activity:  30+ minutes moderate activity  At least 5 days per week  20+ minutes vigorous activity  At least 3 days per week
    5. 5. Physical Activity (cont.) New York State Nationwide In 2001, 44.8% of adults fit  In 2001, 46.1% of adults fit this criteria the criteria In 2005, 48.1% fit this criteria  In 2005, 49.1% fit the criteria In 2009, 50.8% fit this criteria  In 2009, 51% fit the criteria
    6. 6. Diabetes Obesity can cause health risks, such as diabetes. New York United States In 2005:  In 2005:  8.1% had diabetes  7.3% had diabetes  O.7% had borderline  0.8% had borderline diabetes diabetes  In 2010: In 2010:  8.7% had diabetes  8.9% had diabetes  1.2% had borderline diabetes  1.3%had borderline diabetes
    7. 7. PhysicalInactivity Obesity Diabetes
    8. 8. Year Obesity Diabetes Obesity vs. 2005 22.2% 8.1% 2006 22.9% 7.6% Diabetes 2007 25.5% 8.2%The table to the right illustrates the 2008 25.1% 8.4% relationship between obesity and diabetes. 2009 24.6% 8.9% 2010 24.5% 8.9%
    9. 9. Summary Overweight and Obesity percentages are constantly increasing in NYS. Diabetes in New York is on the rise. Physical Activity can contribute to obesity, which can cause diabetes.
    10. 10. Sources Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (2011) BRFSS Prevalence and Trends Data Retrieved from http://apps.nccd.cdc.gov/brfss/ Vegh, T. (2010) At the beach- male abdominal obesity [Image] Retrieved February 15, 2012 from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:At_the_beach_- _male_abdominal_obesity.JPG Heilman, J. (2008) Obesity6 [Image] Retrieved February 16, 2012 from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Obesity6.JPG

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