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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES OF OBESITY (ACCORDING TO LITERATURE)

Annotation

The article discusses the problem of obesity. The literature data on the relevance and prevalence of this pathology, describes the socio-economic factors leading to obesity. The economic consequences of the problem, as well as outstanding problems of obesity prevention are marked.

Keywords

obesity; the risk factors of economic importance

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616-056.52

Pages

1012-1014

References

1. Obesity: preventing and managing the global epidemic. Report of a WHO Consultation. Geneva, World Health Organization, 2000 (WHO Technical Report Series. № 894. URL: http://whqlibdoc.who.int/trs/ WHO_TRS_ 894.pdf (accessed: 19.03.2007). 2. Dedov I.I., Mel'nichenko G.A. Ozhirenie. Rukovodstvo dlya vrachey. M.: Mia, 2004. 456 s. 3. Balabolkin M.I., Klebanova E.M., Kreminskaya V.M. Differentsial'naya diagnostika i lechenie endokrinnykh zabolevaniy. M., 2002. 4. Problema ozhireniya v Evropeyskom regione VOZ i strategii ee resheniya / pod red. F. Branca, H. Nikogosian, T. Lobstein. Kopengagen: VOZ, 2009. 392 s. 5. Shutova V.I., Danilova L.I. Ozhirenie, ili sindrom izbytochnoy massy tela // Meditsinskie novosti. 2004. № 7. 6. Rychetnik L. et al. A glossary for evidence based public health // Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2004. V. 58. R. 538-545.

Received

2014-05-16

Section of issue

Scientific articles

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