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In India, obesity varies from 16.9%–36.3%, respectively.  Obesity is a chronic disease that is characterized by inflammatory conditions with an increased marker of inflammation. Physiologically, obesity defined as weight gain associated with excessive fat accumulation. A significant health challenge in  Indian society is obesity.  The leading causes of this multifactorial disease are; lifestyle changes (diet and physical activity), and genetically, which encourages the development of related conditions. In some cases, they

We all have heard about Child Obesity and might be wondering what this is. You all have a general idea that obesity is not healthy, but what are the concerns? The number of obese children has increased dramatically in recent years. About 10 percent of children aged 4 and 5 are obese. Overweight is more common in girls than boys and preschoolers (4-5 years) than younger children (2-3 years). Obesity increases even

Overview: Our country is said to become the World’s Economic Powerhouse by 2050, surpassing China, this majorly attributed to the rise in population our country possesses. With the rapid growth of the economy, the income of the individuals has risen. The increase in revenue has its adverse effects in the form of altered lifestyle, which in turn has its devastating effects on an individual’s health. Off all the health conditions, obesity,