1 edition of Economic aspects and implications of obesity found in the catalog.
Economic aspects and implications of obesity
|Series||Volkswirtschaftliche Analysen -- Bd. 14, Volkswirtschaftliche Analysen -- Bd. 14.|
|LC Classifications||RA645.O23 H44 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||2009288731|
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The Consequences of Morbid Obesity. When considering the negative effects of morbid obesity a person might be quick to point out (and accurately so) the physical problems obese people frequently : Cheryl Ann Borne.
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This book is concerned with the economic consequences of the rising obesity prevalence in affluent societies. A microeconomic model describing food consumption from the perspective of the individual consumer is developed.
To maximise utility over lifetime, the marginal costs of food consumption must. The impacts are marked: Obese people spend 42 percent more on health care ($1, more per year), 4 obesity costs the nation $75 billion in direct costs each year, 5 the total cost of obesity is as high as $ billion per year (indirect costs include absenteeism, disability and workers’ compensation) 6 and obesity is linked to approximately.
The Financial Costs of Healthcare for Obesity in People and Pets. Obesity is often considered to be the most identified and fastest growing epidemic disease in both people and companion animals, with worldwide rates of human obesity more than doubling since (Flegal et al.,World Health Organisation, ).People who are overweight or have obesity are Cited by: Obesity has manifold individual implications, but nearly all of them are bad, denying people physical, social, and economic opportunities.
To defend this process as a freely chosen tradeoff is to deny social responsibility in Economic aspects and implications of obesity book name of individual responsibility and ignores the many failures of markets to provide for public by: Introduction.
Obesity, a condition of an excessively high proportion of body fat, is associated with elevated risks of cancers of the breast, colon and rectum, endometrium, esophagus, gallbladder, kidney, pancreas, thyroid, and possibly other cancer types. 1 Obesity is also a risk factor for coronary heart disease, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, stroke, and other Cited by: The prevalence of obesity shows striking disparities with regard to race and ethnicity in both adults and children.
2, 3, 7, 8, 12 Between andthe prevalence of obesity in non-Hispanic white adult women was %, compared to % in Mexican American women and % in non-Hispanic African American women. 4 Obesity rates in adult Cited by: The ethical issues that are involved in the prevention of overweight and obesity belong to the field of health promotion and disease prevention.
In their book ‘Ethics, prevention and public health’, Dawson and Verweij point out that the ethical questions on public health differ in certain aspects from the ethical questions on clinical by: 6.
“Follow the blue on the maps,” advised the nutritionist as he showed slides summarizing obesity trends among adults in the United States, blue indicating states in which more than 14% of adults were obese. The map for had no color; bytwo-thirds of the states were blue. Handing out slices Author: Karunesh Tuli.
Handbook of Obesity, Two-Volume Set By George A. Bray, Claude Bouchard. Book + eBook $ eBook social and economic aspects, cultural factors, environmental pollutants, and economic costs; Consequences of Obesity: and finally the health services/healthcare systems implications of obesity.
It is a thorough, up-to-date, and detailed. Get this from a library. The Effects of Farm and Food Policy on Obesity in the United States. [Julian M Alston; Abigail M Okrent] -- This book uses an economic framework to examine the consequences of U.S.
farm and food policies for obesity, its social costs, and the implications for government policy. Drawing on evidence from.
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Get this from a library. Overweight in Adolescents: Implications for Health Expenditures. [Alan C Monheit; Jessica P Vistnes; Jeannette A Rogowski] -- We consider two compelling research questions raised by the increased prevalence of overweight among adolescents. First, what factors explain variation in adolescent bodyweight and the likelihood of.
The most unique feature of this book is that at the end of each chapter, the author submits questions to the chapter authors. They give the book a great human touch.” (Dyan Hes, Doody's Book Reviews, May, ) “This is an analysis of the obesity epidemic in its social, cultural, economic, and political contexts.
It highlights. "As an obesity specialist, I plan on giving this a thorough reading and recommending it to colleagues The book covers prevention of obesity, initial evaluation of the overweight/obese patient (including methods for doing so), medical and surgical options, including lifestyle modifications, and finally the health services/healthcare systems 5/5(2).
Childhood obesity has become a central concern in many countries and a range of policies have been implemented or proposed to address it. This co-authored book is the first to focus on the ethical and policy questions raised by childhood obesity and its prevention.
Throughout the book, authors Kristin Voigt, Stuart G. What is clear is that if obesity harms not only the individual but society at large, its consequences and related consumption patterns are unsustainable in all aspects: social, economic and Author: Wencke Gwozdz.
The most recent Portuguese study about the economic impact of obesity showed that the direct cost associated with the hospital inpatient care attributable to obesity was % of total health. Obesity in a first-degree friend carries a 45% higher rate of obesity for the individual.
67 Same sex contacts with obesity increases the individual's chances for obesity by 71%. 67 There is likely a large component of altered social norms contributed to the obesity “contagion.” 32,67 If an individual deems someone with obesity a friend.
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With almost entries, these two volume summarize pertinent topics in obesity and related health conditions, including molecular biology, psychology, medicine, public health and policy, food science.