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Overweight, Obesity, Health

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    • OBESITY Alua Magzumova
    • Overweight and obesity are defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health.
    • KEY FACTS • • • • Globally, there are more than 1 billion overweight adults, at least 300 million of them clinically obese Worldwide obesity has nearly doubled since 1980 More than 40 million children under the age of five were overweight in 2011 Obesity is preventable.
    • OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY ARE THE FIFTH LEADING RISK FOR GLOBAL DEATHS.
    • OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY ARE LINKED TO MORE DEATHS WORLDWIDE THAN UNDERWEIGHT
    • FAT INSIDE SKIN ^_^
    • sedentary work type/urbanization lack of physical activity Causes of obesity psychiatric illness genetics medical reasons
    • The Greeks were the first to recognize obesity as a medical disorder. Hippocrates wrote that "Corpulence is not only a disease itself, but the harbinger of others".[2] The Indian surgeon Sushruta (6th century BCE) related obesity to diabetes and heart disorders. He recommended physical work to help cure it and its side effects.
    • Obesity in pets is common in many countries. Rates of overweight and obesity in dogs in the United States range from 23 to 41% with about 5.1% obese. Rates of obesity in cats was slightly higher at 6.4%. In Australia the rate of obesity among dogs in a veterinary setting has been found to be 7.6%. The risk of obesity in dogs is related to whether or not their owners are obese; however, there is no similar correlation between cats and their owners.