Diabetes And Obesity
aThe U-shape of diabesity among high income earning New York Hispanics is attributed to consumption of expensive foods which are full of highly refined sugars as in addition to them being nutritionally poor. This combination is insignificantly affected by exercises as their diet is composed of high calories Wallach and Rey (2009).Diabesity is quite common such that the whole of New York City is alarmed by the prevalence. The local health officials have developed adequate plans to educate the public on diabetes and obesity by crating awareness on nutritious foods and emphasis has been put on restaurants to incorporate the same in their menu Wallach, (2009).
One thing that makes the “Doctors without borders” unique is their ability to offer assistance in all areas of medial care to patients. They do not discriminate against the various forms of health issues or the catastrophe at hand but rather they always look for ways of helping Doctors without borders, (2010). The Louisiana Department of Health and hospitals has played ac key role in warning the public against getting into contact with the spilled oil or that water.
The same warning has been given against consumption of any sea food which might have been in contact with the oil spill Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (2010).Overeating is caused by various factors among them presence of an individual’s favorite food within easy reach. The taste and color presented by the food increases the chances of overeating Kessler (2010).The recent drug-free community’s initiative to provide funding to member communities so that they can identify and deal with drug abused cases is a fast one in eliminating the vice Office of the National Drug Policy (2010).
Doctors without borders, (2010), Haiti- time pass but medical needs persist. Retrieved on May 24, 2010 from: www.doctorswithoutborders.org
Kessler D. (2010), Controlling Food Urges (The End of Overeating). Retrieved on May 24, 2010 from : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QI2h4cBCpoA.
Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (2010), what you should and should not do in areas affected by the oil spill. Retrieved on May 24, 2010 from: www.emergency.louisiana.gov
Office of the National Drug Policy (2010), drug-free communities. Retrieved on May 24, 2010 from: www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/statelocal/index.html
Wallach J. B, and Rey MJ. (2009), A socioeconomic analysis of obesity and diabetes in New York City. Retrieved on May 24, 2010 from: http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2009/jul/08_0215.htm.