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The community has several health problems like physical activity and nutrition, obesity, substance abuse and mental health. The most important health problems are obesity and nutrition and physical activity which are risk factors for diabetes mellitus. According to Al-Goblan, (2014), sedimentary lifestyle increases the likelihood of developing diabetes. The risk is even greater for pregnant women with poor maternal diet as the chances of the unborn babies being diabetic increases. These health problems can be caused by genetic factors which are in the case of obesity, behavioral factors and social factors. Behavioral risk factors include poor dietary decisions and lack of physical exercises. Physical activity and nutrition can help prevent chronic diseases like diabetes, heart, diseases and some types of cancers. Obesity is the accumulation of fat in the body and a risk factor for most major diseases like diabetes, heart diseases and some types of cancer.
There is potential for change for each of these health problems due to increased access to educational material on obesity and nutrition and physical exercises. Access to health care has also improved where people are able to get advice on healthy diet, physical exercises and containing obesity. Physical exercises and good healthy diet can be used to contain obesity which will change these health problems. Access to health care and knowledge about these health problems has often been blamed for the increase in the health problems. Health policies have also been developed that are helping medical professionals in changing these health problems. According to Chriqui, (2013), there are policies in areas like childcare environment, food and beverage environment, health care, nutrition and physical activities. These policies are becoming major influence on how the health problems are being handled. An example is the nutrition in schools and physical education which is helping in fighting obesity while also providing knowledge about the health problems.
Al-Goblan, A. S., Al-Alfi, M. A., & Khan, M. Z. (2014). Mechanism linking diabetes mellitus and obesity. Diabetes, metabolic syndrome and obesity : targets and therapy, 7, 587–591.
Chriqui J. F. (2013). Obesity Prevention Policies in U.S. States and Localities: Lessons from the Field. Current obesity reports, 2(3), 200–210.
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