Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is a concerning global health issue characterized by excess body weight in children and adolescents. It arises when energy intake from food and drinks exceeds energy expenditure through physical activity and growth. Contributing factors include unhealthy diets high in calories, sugars, and fats, coupled with reduced physical activity. Genetics, family habits, socioeconomic factors, and the obesogenic environment also play roles. Childhood obesity increases the risk of immediate health problems such as diabetes and cardiovascular issues, as well as long-term health risks like obesity in adulthood.

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