Pediatrics Obesity


kid or kid obesity is a developing global issue that has to be addressed due to the burden it creates on the child and adult health care systems (1). It makes sense to identify smoking, consuming a diet high in fat and sugar, and not working out as the main contributors to obesity in both children and adults. Childhood obesity has an effect on every organ in the body, and the number of young children who have diabetes is on the rise. Childhood obesity raises the risk of a multitude of illnesses, such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, several cancers, social problems, and depression in adolescents. (2). A BMI of 85% to 95% is considered obese, and a BMI of 95% is considered extremely obese. Growth charts can be used to monitor growth over time. These charts are segmented by percentile curves to display the distribution of body measurements. Growth charts are available from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which can be used to keep track of obesity.


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