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Heart disease

One British adult dies from heart disease every three minutes. Signs to look out for include chest pains, shortness of breath, swelling and pain in legs and feet when walking and high blood pressure.


In the UK around 1.6 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes. If you are concerned about diabetes, signs to look out for are unquenchable thirst, weight loss, weakness and fatigue and tingling or numbness in your hands, legs or feet.

Blood Pressure

Although high blood pressure carries no symptoms, it is a risk factor for developing kidney damage and heart attacks or strokes. In general, the higher your blood pressure, the greater the health risks.


Controlling your weight may help to ease pressure on your joints. Arthritis affects more than half of adults with diabetes and heart disease. Symptoms include persistent joint pain, triggered by activity such as walking or writing, inflammation of the joint.

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Obesity linked to reduced productivity at work




Employees who are moderately to extremely obese have reduced productivity on the job, even compared to overweight or mildly obese workers, reports a study in the January Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine , official publication of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM).

Led by Donna M. Gates. Ed.D., R.N., of University of Cincinnati, the researchers measured various aspects of productivity in a random sample of 341 manufacturing employees. Most of the workers were overweight or obese, including a 23 percent rate of mild obesity (body mass index [BMI] 30 to 34.9) and a 13 percent rate of moderate to extreme obesity (BMI 35 or higher). Another 43 percent of workers were classified as overweight but not obese (BMI 25 to 29.9).

Workers with moderate to extreme obesity had the greatest health-related limitations at work, or "presenteeism." Specifically, moderately to extremely obese workers had limitations in time needed to complete work tasks and ability to meet physical work demands. These limitations were significantly greater than in the overweight or mildly obese groups.
Health-related losses in productivity averaged 4.2 percent for workers with moderate to severe obesity — 1.8 percent higher than for all other employees. Based on an average hourly wage of $21, the annual costs of presenteeism for moderately to extremely obese workers were nearly $1,800 — about $500 higher than for other workers.

Employees with moderate to extreme obesity also had increased health-related absenteeism, compared with other workers. Presenteeism — days employees are at work but performing at less than full capacity — is increasingly viewed as an important contributor to costs related to employee health.

The new results suggest obesity has a "threshold effect" on presenteeism, with moderately/extremely obese workers being significantly less productive than other workers. Limitations in performing job tasks and completing work in the expected time could be related to difficulty moving because of increased body size or weight, or because of an increased rate of pain problems due to other maladies such as arthritis.

Workplace programs targeting obesity, especially among the most obese workers, could help to reduce costs due to lost productivity. "The study's results support other research that has indicated that a weight loss of ten percent can yield substantial health and economic benefits," Dr. Gates and colleagues write. "Even modest weight loss could result in hundreds of dollars of improved productivity costs per worker each year."

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500-pound policeman told obesity caused his disability




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NEW YORK — A retired 500-pound police officer cannot increase his pension check by blaming his disability on an accident, because a medical board had already found it was related to his obesity, a judge said.

Paul Soto, 40, had requested a larger retirement pension, claiming that a fall at an apartment while on duty injured his knee and prevented him from full performance as a police officer.

The Police Pension Fund medical board rejected the application, and in May 2006 it recommended that he be allowed to retire with an ordinary disability pension, which pays an officer a taxable pension of half his salary. An accidental disability retirement pays a nontaxable pension of three-fourths his salary.

The board said Soto had already been found disabled in August 2004 "because he was morbidly obese and had numerous other ailments which made it impossible for him to be a police officer, including high blood pressure and narcolepsy." He also had been placed on limited duty.

Soto joined the New York Police Department in August 1993, when he stood 5 feet 7 and weighed 250 pounds.

State Supreme Court Justice Judith Gische, noting that Soto now weighs "in excess of 500 pounds," cited the board's remark that Soto "had not performed his full duties as a police officer since 2003." She said in her ruling last month that he had been on restricted duty for his own protection.

Soto's lawyer, Philip Seelig, said Wednesday he was disappointed by the judge's decision. He said he had not discussed with Soto whether to appeal.

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Mexico Will Have Highest Obesity Rate by 2018




MEXICO CITY — The Mexican Institute of Social Security has said that Mexico could become the country with the highest population of obese people if preventive measures are not taken by 2018, Univision reports. One of the causes cited is American fast food, which is fast replacing traditional staples of the Mexican diet—corn, beans and vegetables—as the meal of choice. More than 70 million people in Mexico are overweight. Another cause of the obesity epidemic may be the large fiestas Mexicans hold during the holidays. Around Christmas, Mexicans can gain an average of more than six pounds, the report says.

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Childhood obesity: Combating the problem




Jefferson Elementary students make their lunch at the sandwich bar Friday. Students across the district have more healthy options than ever before, including multi-grain breads for sandwiches, daily salads and low-fat grilled chicken. Even meals like pizza and chicken nuggets are reduced-fat. Sentinel-Standard/FRANK KONKEL
IONIA - While childhood obesity heads the list of problems for today's youth, and some experts call obesity an "epidemic," one question remains.

What's being done to stop it?

Because students spend the majority of their weekdays in schools, school officials are taking a hard look at the problem.

"There are a lot of things we're doing (at Ionia Public Schools) to deal with obesity," said IPS food service director Elenda May, who is also a chairperson on the Wellness Committee. "It's something we've been doing for awhile, actually. We're trying to impact students with the 'balance your life' mentality."

A good way for students to balance their lives is to first balance their meals.

Elementary schools across the district have removed pop machines from their buildings this year and have instead promoted juices or water.

In addition, IPS cafeterias across the district now offer healthier options inside the cafeteria.

Instead of highly processed breads, IPS and many other districts now use multi-grain buns.

In place of standard potato chips, which are extremely high in saturated fat and sodium, schools now offer baked chips instead, while french fries were moved from a daily option to only available once per week.

"So far, we've only had one person complain about [these changes]," May said. "We've definitely tried to focus on diets."

May has insisted on low-fat pizzas and chicken nuggets, and now each cafeteria in the district offers a low-fat grilled chicken meal each day as a healthy option.

They've also gone to serving fresh fruit and vegetables in the high school cafeteria at discounted prices to encourage students to eat healthy.

These are all big steps, said May, because improving food intake while at school - in the cafeteria and out - goes a long way toward improving student lifestyles.

"What we want to do is change the way students think about food and exercise at a young age, so that as they get older, those habits will be ingrained in them," May said. "Otherwise, they keep those bad eating habits."

Physically, the message from the school - and community - is clear.

"We've worked to encourage involvement between schools and the community to get children up and moving," said MSU Extension Educator Brenda Long, who has written grants that have brought in $16,000 to Ionia through the Michigan Department of Health in the past two years.

That money was used to promote nutrition and physical activity education through the Ionia Youth Workgroup.

"In order to beat something as prevalent as obesity, we need to see education coming from a lot of different places. The school is teaching health in the curriculum, it's one place. But it needs to come from the family and community," she said.

Different schools across the district have held recess/after-school programs to spur youth activity.

Jefferson Elementary principal Jack Manciu has implemented run-walk programs after school in the past, as has Rather Elementary principal Darin Magley.

Similarly, various youth fitness clubs can be found across the county as a direct result of rising obesity rates.

May said some schools in the district actually push their staffs to model proper physical and nutrition behavior through the 'Six Weeks to Wellness" program.

Staff members get points for certain things like walking a mile, eating healthy foods and the like.

"The important thing is that students are seeing the example," May said. "It's an ongoing process."

The city has gotten involved, too.

The Ionia Parks and Recreation Department offers a myriad of youth sports at free to low-cost fees.

Youth open basketball, indoor/outdoor soccer, Tee Ball and Tae-Kwon-Do are just some of the youth options available for children of almost any age.

They also offer exercise classes for adults and older children that range from low intensity to high intensity.

There's also open basketball each Tuesday and Thursday at the Armory gym for anyone old enough to compete.

"We have a lot of things for kids to do," said Parks and Recreation Director Matt Painter, who hopes more parents get involved. "Even our river trails are an option. Anything that gets people out and burns some calories helps keep obesity in check."

For more information on school nutrition information, contact IPS at 527-9280. For information on youth/adult sports leagues or fitness classes, contact Matt Painter at 523-1800.

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Together we can beat obesity




Britain is in the grip of an epidemic. In the UK two-thirds of adults and a third of children are already overweight or obese, and without action this could rise to almost nine in 10 adults and two-thirds of children by 2050.

This trend has a severe impact on the health of individuals, increasing the risk of diabetes, cancer and heart and liver disease. The eminent scientists who spent two years studying the long-term effects of obesity predict a sevenfold increase in direct healthcare costs and that 60% of men, 50% of women and 25% of children will be obese by 2050 if nothing is done to tackle current trends.

The cost will be felt by every single part of society, not just in headline financial or health terms but in very personal ways, affecting the lives and opportunities of millions of people. The core of the problem is simple – we eat too much and undertake too little physical activity. The solution is more complex.

This imbalance is ultimately the result of what the scientists call an "obesogenic environment", from the nature of the food that we eat to the built environment and the way our children lead their lives: it is harder to avoid obesity. In short, modern life is contributing to making us overweight.

It was the scientists in their Foresight report who said society is facing a public health problem that is comparable to climate change. Failure to act now will lead to serious adverse consequences in a few decades, and any delay raises the real possibility that reversal of these trends may cease to be an option.

This week we will publish a cross-government strategy on obesity. Having been at least 30 years in the making, the epidemic will not be halted overnight. The strategy is the first stage of the government's response to the Foresight report and will be followed by an annual report that assesses progress, looks at the latest evidence and trends and makes recommendations for further action. A panel of experts will assist the government with input from a new public health obesity observatory that will develop our understanding of what changes behaviour.

The strategy will focus on five areas: healthy children, promoting healthier food choices, building physical activity into our daily lives, creating incentives for better health, and personalised information and care for people already overweight or obese.

It will build upon the measures already taken on food labelling, restrictions on advertising to children and healthy school meals. Ed Balls's Children's Plan sets out the steps we have taken and will take to increase physical activity levels in schools and improve the nutritional content of school food even further.

Obviously, government action alone is not enough. We will succeed only if the problem is recognised, owned and addressed in every part of society – in particular it will require personal responsibility and action among communities, teachers, clinicians, industry and local and national government.

Some will characterise any attempt by government to tackle this problem as unnecessary interference with individual choice. The fact is that people worry more about a neglectful state than a nanny state.

It is not the government's job to hector or lecture, but it is our duty to give people clear and transparent information, and to help and support them in their endeavours to make sure they and their children can pursue a healthy lifestyle.

Making sure people have the right information is critical. Whether it is the importance of breastfeeding, the impact of diet on health or better food labelling, it is essential that people can make an informed choice about their diet and lifestyle. Government and industry have a duty to do more to make sure the food we buy is healthier, and to ensure clear and consistent information.

We also need to do more to give people the opportunity to build activity into their daily lives. The fabric of our urban and rural spaces needs to change to encourage healthy living. That's why I want to establish a fund that will pioneer fresh approaches in new and existing towns to promote physical activity.

These "healthy towns" will build on a successful model developed in France and will combine infrastructure improvements – such as better cycle routes and higher-quality parks – with community programmes that promote healthy eating and activity.

Hazel Blears, the communities secretary, and I will also look at how the planning system can help all areas by making decisions that promote physical activity, with better use of the regulations that enable local authorities to limit the spread of fast-food outlets, especially near parks and schools.

As the prime minister set out in his speech at King's College London, the NHS also needs to do more to offer a personalised service that is as focused on predict and prevent as diagnose and cure. The NHS has a central role in helping people who are overweight or obese to achieve real sustained weight loss.

The rising tide of overweight and obese people is the most significant public and personal health challenge facing our society. With concerted action across government and with wide institutional support aligned to personal responsibility, I am confident we can do what no other country has yet done and reverse the obesity trend.

Alan Johnson is secretary of state for health

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