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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 8, Part E (2016)

The modern death trap: Obesity

Kawaljit Kaur
Obesity a medical condition characterized by storage of access body fat. The accumulation of too much fat in the body is associated with many health problems. Study show that the individual who are overweight are at a greater risk of suffering from stroke, coronary heart disease, hyper tension, diabetes, arthritis and some forms of cancers. Now a day obesity has been called the modern death trap of modern society. Childhood obesity is also becoming more prevalent. The seriousness of this situation is underlined by a similar rise in overweight related diseases. Obesity can become a chronic lifelong condition caused by physical activity, over eating and even genetic makeup. No matter what the cause, however obesity can be prevented or manage with the combination of diet, exercise behaviour modification and in severe cases, weight loss, medications and surgery.
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How to cite this article:
Kawaljit Kaur. The modern death trap: Obesity. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(8):326-328.
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