Health Economics & Outcome Research: Open Access

ISSN - 2471-268X

Laury Martin

Department of Health and Economy, Belgium


  • Perspective   
    Obesity's Health and Economic Consequences
    Author(s): Laury Martin

    The sharp upward push in the superiority of weight problems in many nations has raised essential global concern. Obesity is extensively preventable and has a complicated multifactorial etiology. The occurrence of weight problems is at the upward push and has multiplied with the aid of using threefold because the mid-70s of the remaining century. Obesity has an overwhelming impact on an individual`s fitness in phrases of worsening morbidity and multiplied chance of mortality and on public fitness usual because of its financial burden on the fitness system. This narrative evaluation utilizes many posted epidemiological research that targets the results of weight problems to offer a framework for the usual value of weight problems in phrases of their morbidity, mortality, and financial burden.. View More»
    DOI: 10.35248/2471-268X.22.8.207

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