Conclusions: These findings indicate that overweight and obesity play an important role in the etiology of renal cell among both males and females. Methoden: Schriftliche Befragung in acht kanadischen Provinzen von bis zur Datenerfassung von neu diagnostizierten, histologisch bestätigten NZK-Fällen Männer, Frauen sowie Kontrollfällen in der Bevölkerung. Schlussfolgerungen: Diese Ergebnisse zeigen, dass Übergewicht und Adipositas eine bedeutende Rolle in der Ätiologie von Nierenzellkarzinomen bei männlichen und weiblichen Erwachsenen spielen.
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An additional 22 million children under the age of 5 years are also affected International Obesity Task Force, Childhood overweight and obesity rates in the Region are alarming.
This phenomenon is alarming particularly in high-income countries or in megacities, such as Cairo, Egypt. The Region has already the second highest prevalence of diabetes in terms of population worldwide. According to global report on noncommunicable diseases WHO, almost a quarter of the population in the Region has diabetes of one form or another. If current trends continue, diabetes is set to affect half of the population of the Region in the next 25 years.
Childhood obesity leads to serious lifelong health problem such as high blood pressure, stroke, type 2 diabetes, high blood fats and risk of heart disease, some forms of cancer as well as psychological and social problems due to low self-esteem from poor body image and psychological stress due to potential stigma.