July 19, 2013

Anh ngữ đặc biệt: Child Obesity in Increasing Worldwide

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The World Health Organization says there has been an False! in the number of children in developing countries who weigh too much. In African countries, the WHO says the number of False! or obese children is two times as high as it was 20 years ago. Around the world, about 43 million False! under the age of five were overweight in 2011. Doctors use height, weight and age to measure whether a person is underweight, normal, overweight or False!.

Overweight and obese children are more likely to become overweight and obese False!. They are also at risk of developing health problems like diabetes and heart disease. Francesco Branca is the director of the WHO Department of Nutrition for Health and Development. He says governments should consider providing vitamins for children. And they should have False! on how food is marketed to children. But reducing the number of overweight children will not be easy. The goal is False! to meet, even in wealthy countries. Experts say lowering obesity rates is especially complex in False! that also have high rates of infectious diseases. But the WHO has some basic solutions. The organization says people should eat less fat, sugar, salt and processed food. This can be replaced with more fruits and vegetables and increased physical False!. These goals are especially important for children. The WHO also says mothers should breastfeed their babies for at least the first six months, if possible.

The current goal for the WHO's World Health Assembly is to prevent any increase in the False! of overweight children in the next 12 years.

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