Effect of Television on Obesity and Excess of Weight and Consequences of Health
AbstractThe epidemic nature of obesity in industrialized countries is a serious health and social concern. The number of obese people has significantly increased in the past 20 years. In Poland excess weight and obesity are a serious epidemiological concern. In terms of the number of overweight people, Poland is a leader in Europe. Therefore, indicating many serious health concerns that are the natural consequences of this phenomenon has become important from the point of view of public health. This work identifies numerous diseases which are a direct consequence of obesity due to bad eating habits and lack of physical exercise among Poles. It discusses the negative effect of television and food commercials contributing to an increase in obesity, not only among adults but also among children. This is an overview forming grounds for further studies into ways of preventing the development of diseases due to obesity, both in Poland and in the world. View Full-Text
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Rosiek, A.; Maciejewska, N.F.; Leksowski, K.; Rosiek-Kryszewska, A.; Leksowski, Ł. Effect of Television on Obesity and Excess of Weight and Consequences of Health. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2015, 12, 9408-9426.
Rosiek A, Maciejewska NF, Leksowski K, Rosiek-Kryszewska A, Leksowski Ł. Effect of Television on Obesity and Excess of Weight and Consequences of Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2015; 12(8):9408-9426.Chicago/Turabian Style
Rosiek, Anna; Maciejewska, Natalia F.; Leksowski, Krzysztof; Rosiek-Kryszewska, Aleksandra; Leksowski, Łukasz. 2015. "Effect of Television on Obesity and Excess of Weight and Consequences of Health." Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 12, no. 8: 9408-9426.