By Jeannie S. Huang MD MPH
Dr. Jeannie Huang has designed this specific reference which deals specialist suggestion, personal tastes, and critiques on difficult medical questions normally linked to pediatric weight problems. the original Q&A structure offers easy accessibility to present info regarding pediatric weight problems with the simplicity of a talk among colleagues. various photographs, diagrams, and references permit readers to browse quite a lot of info in an expedited fashion.
Some of the questions which are spoke back:
• How can a prime care practitioner deal with obesity?
• My sufferers usually inquire from me approximately fad diets for weight reduction. what's the final analysis approximately fad diets - are they benign or do a little have linked adversarial hazards?
• What are a few of the behavioral courses on hand for overweight childrens and the way do i select which might be the main acceptable for my overweight sufferers?
• i'm frequently requested approximately bariatric surgical procedure. What are the several weight-loss surgical procedures for pediatric sufferers? What are the real issues, linked issues, and effectiveness of every form of surgical procedure?
• How do i am getting reimbursed for supply of weight administration treatments within the office?
• Are there any potent applied sciences (apps, sensors) on hand to aid pediatric sufferers lose weight?
Curbside session in Pediatric weight problems: forty nine medical Questions offers info uncomplicated adequate for citizens whereas additionally incorporating specialist suggestion that even high-volume pediatricians will savor. Pediatricians, nurse practitioners, surgeon assistants, and kinfolk practitioners will enjoy the easy, informal structure and the professional suggestion contained within.
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Individuals with Prader-Willi do not receive a paternal copy of the region 15q11-q13. This region is inactivated by methylation on the maternal copy. Another example of epigenetics is the “natural experiment” of the Dutch famine during World War II. During this time, food rations were limited to 400 to 800 calories per day. Researchers have studied the cohort of individuals born under these severe conditions to understand the in utero effects of maternal undernutrition. These individuals have higher rates of cardiovascular 17 Huang JS, ed.
Clinicians can acknowledge the high level of stress endured by families of a low SES background, identifying this as a barrier to healthy nutrition and exercise. Clinicians can simultaneously explain the importance of the overall family and social environment on the child, with the intention of motivating What Major Social Factors Contribute to Childhood Obesity? 23 Figure 6-1. Hunger meter. parents to engage in and model more healthy behaviors. It may be helpful to ask how the family responds to stress, brainstorm adaptive coping strategies, and make referrals for psychological assessment or treatment when necessary.
Dallman M, Pecoraro N, la Fleur SE. Chronic stress and comfort foods: self-medication and abdominal obesity. Brain Behav Immun. 2005;19(4):275-280. 6. Rutledge T, Linden W. To eat or not to eat: affective and physiological mechanisms in the stress-eating relationship. J Behav Med. 1998;21(3):221-240. 7. Christakis NA, Fowler JH. The spread of obesity in a large social network over 32 years. N Engl J Med. 2007;357:370379. 7 QUESTION HOW DOES THE MOTHER S NUTRITIONAL STATUS DURING PREGNANCY CONTRIBUTE TO OR PREVENT THE DEVELOPMENT OF OBESITY?
Curbside Consultation in Pediatric Obesity: 49 Clinical Questions by Jeannie S. Huang MD MPH