Obesity a health hazard, Biology

Obesity a health hazard:
  1. The factors of obesity are complex.
  2. Obesity is due to over eating and excess of energy intake.
  3. The obese child when grows up will be a target of many diseases.
  4. Obesity heads to diabetes with high concentration of sugar in the blood.
  5. Obesity leads to cardiovascular problems.
  6. Excess cholesterol and saturated fatty acids are deposited in the arteries and interfere with the flow of blood. This may lead to heart attack.
  7. Obesity leads to renal and gall bladder problems.
  8. A child who is obese is made fun by his friends and compensates his frustration by overeating which complicates the problem further.
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