Current Research on Obesity

During the previous 20 years, obesity among grown-ups has risen altogether in the United States. The most recent information from the National Center for Health Statistics demonstrates that 33% of U.S. grown-ups 20 years old and more established—more than 100 million individuals—are stout. This expansion is not restricted to grown-ups, but rather has likewise influenced youngsters. Among youth, 18 percent of kids matured 6-11 years and 21 percent of youngsters matured 12–19 years are viewed as hefty. These rates of heftiness have significant ramifications for Americans' wellbeing. Albeit one of the national well-being goals for the year 2020 is to diminish the commonness of stoutness among grown-ups by 10 percent, current information shows that the circumstance is not progressing. Hopkins GIM employees are examining overweight the full scope of its characteristic history and difficulties, and in addition attempting to battle the plague by exploring different techniques and interventions.

  • Animal Models of Obesity and Bone Loss
  • Current Research and Clinical Interventions
  • Obesity and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
  • Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) Linked to Obesity
  • Changing Stem Cell Structure to Control Obesity
  • Risk of Bowel Cancer in Obesity Teens
  • Novel Drugs that Target G Protein-Coupled Receptors (Gpcrs) which Regulates Feeding

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