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War On Obesity Part 8: Our National Pastime Fuels Obesity Epidemic by Dr. Stanley F. Medical Doctor on the complications of chronic disease. Obesity is the cause of the onset of many chronic diseases such as Type 2 diabetes mellitus, and heart disease. I have said there is a solution to the predicted $34 trillion...
Children Of Obese Parents May Be More Likely To Suffer From Obesity by Len S. Patient Expert Sifferlin entitled “Predicting Obesity at Birth” that was published on November 29, 2012. According... Department, and is described in a ScienceDirect article entitled “Obese Dads Pass On Predisposition to Obesity and Metabolic...
Obama’s Address fails to mention our nation’s poor nutritional health and growing obesity debt by David D. Patient ExpertHealth Maven of the obesity epidemic in our nation would even further betray our children and future generations.   Turns... to respond to the reality of the obesity epidemic in our nation would even further betray our children...
Health Information Technology: Past Predictions, Current Reality, and Future Potential - Part 2 by Steve Beller Doctor of Philosophy for EMRs in the near future is predicted to be slow [ Reference ]. When it comes to personal health... urban or teaching hospitals. More recently, a 2008 national survey by the New England Journal...
Why Childhood Obesity is Changing the Face of Our Nation by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Obesity has become an extremely serious epidemic in our country. It was estimated that in 2008, annual health care costs related to obesity cost our nation $147 billion …double what it was a decade ago...
Most consumers want predictive tests to learn if a disease is in their future by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert to predict their future health, and may be willing to pay out of pocket to get it. In a national survey... disease (72%)... Alzheimer's Reading Room Most consumers want predictive tests to learn...
US Obese Teens Are Future Victims Of Heart Disease! by Ng Peng Hock Patient Expert related deaths because of the prevailing high rate of obesity among US teenagers. This was revealed... and projected that up to 37 percent of men and 44 percent of women who will be 35 in the year 2020 will be obese...
Predicting the Future is Easy by Michael D. Miller Medical Doctor Predicting the future is easy.  Predicting the future accurately, is hard. Public policy..., utilization rates, etc. are embraced as descriptions of inevitable futures, rather than as well-executed...
Obesity costs $58bn causing a threat to the nation! by Richard M. Patient Expert THE cost of Australia’s obesity crisis has soared to $58 billion a year as workplaces, hospitals and taxpayers bear the burden of the nation’s growing weight. An Access Economics analysis to be released...
Predicting Progression of DCIS to Future Invasive Breast Cancer by Aaron Tabor Medical Doctor research study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute reports on a way to predict which DCIS breast cancer patients will be at higher risk for future development of invasive breast cancer...

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