CHILDHOOD OBESITY: A "BIG" PROBLEM.One in three children is obese--and such children too often become obese o·bese
Extremely fat; very overweight.
characterized by obesity.
obese adjective Characterized by obesity, see there; excessively fat adults who must face serious health problems, including diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and some cancers. Besides these physical problems, there are emotional and social factors to consider. Overweight Overweight
Refers to an investment position that is larger than the generally accepted benchmark.
For example, if a company normally holds a portfolio whose weighting of cash is 10%, and then increases cash holdings to 15%, the portfolio would have an overweight children are at risk of depression, anxiety, and eating disorders eating disorders, in psychology, disorders in eating patterns that comprise four categories: anorexia nervosa, bulimia, rumination disorder, and pica. Anorexia nervosa is characterized by self-starvation to avoid obesity. .
Good health, not appearance, should be the focus of a weight-reducing plan, say experts. Check out the physical-fitness programs in your school district and suggest ways to increase activity at school and at home. Limit TV watching to one hour or less daily and avoid super-sized fast-food meals. Exercise, have fun, and enjoy healthy meals with your child.
Psychological evaluation and counseling can help if overeating overeating
eating too much food too quickly; leads to acute gastric dilatation in dogs and horses, acute carbohydrate engorgement in ruminants, dietetic (dietary) diarrhea in young calves and foals, abomasal tympany in bottle fed lambs and calves. is a symptom of loneliness, depression, or emotional upset.