Taking a more global view, the prestigious British Medical Journal BMJ looks at various attempts to tackle obesity and notes that obesity is caused by a complex and multitude of inter-related causesfuelled by economic and psychosocial factors as well as increased availability of energy dense food and reduced physical activity.
Poverty in Germany Unemployment rates vary by region, gender, educational attainment and ethnic group. A growing number of Germans are poor and depend on welfare. That is up from only one in 75 in Families that are headed by a single parent and working-class families with multiple children are most likely to be poor.
Housing project in Bremen-Vahr in the s, back then most tenants living in housing-projects were two parent families with at least one parent working. In many housing projects the composition of tenants has changed since then and now many tenant-families are headed by a single female or an unemployed male There is a discussion going on about hunger in Germany.
Reverend Bernd Siggelkow, founder of the Berlin -based soup kitchen "Die Arche", claimed that a number of German children go hungry each day.
He blamed the lack of jobs, low welfare payments, and parents who were drug-addicted or mentally ill. SPD politician and board member of the German central bank Thilo Sarrazin said it was possible to live on welfare without going hungry if one did not buy fast food, but was able to cook from scratch.
He was criticized by The Left politician Heidi Knake-Wernerwho said it was not right "if well paid people like us make recommendations to poor people about how they should shop". Inits national fertility rate was 1.
By contrast, the United States had a fertility rate of 2. Abuse of alcohol and drugs is common. Many people living in those neighborhoods are what is called a-people. Often those neighbourhoods were founded out of best intentions.
Many districts that later became problem neighbourhoods were founded in the s and s when the State wanted to provide better housing for poorer persons. Big tenement buildings were built. The first tenants mostly were two-parent-families, not those one kind with at least one parent working and many were happy with their neighbourhoods.
But when the unemployment rate started climbing more and more people were losing their jobs. In the s radical leftist terrorist organisations like the Red Army Faction engaged in a string of assassinations and kidnappings against political and business figures.
Germany has also continued to struggle with far-right violence or neo-Nazis which are presently on a rise, in line with the younger generation of Germans growing older.
The number of officially recognized violent hate crimes has risen from to According to a recent study a majority Jews living in Germany are worried about a rise in antisemitism.
Precarity and poverty[ edit ] There is a certain fragility of income and social position in France. There are several ways to measure this. One possibility is to look at unemployment. Inside the European Union, in MayFrance was ranked 6th country with its unemployment rate of 9.
Gender inequality[ edit ] Women suffer from economical and social problems in France. Indeed, they are paid, on average, Women in France also have to handle sexual harassment, inequalities in education, and other problems.
That are some reasons why the Global Gender Gap report of has ranked France 17th with a score of 0.ASCO is committed to informing oncology providers regarding the existing data linking obesity, inactivity and poor diet to poor outcomes in patients with cancer and to provide educational materials for patients regarding the role of weight management and healthy lifestyle behaviors in cancer.
The Obesity Society is a scientific membership organization. We are dedicated to improving people’s lives by advancing the science-based understanding of the causes, consequences, prevention and treatment of obesity. Preamble. The following position statement is issued by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery in response to numerous inquires made to the Society by patients, physicians, society members, hospitals, and others regarding the safety and efficacy of bariatric surgery for patients with Class 1 obesity.
Introduction. Obesity is as much a psychological as a physical problem. Psychological issues can not only foreshadow the development of obesity, but they can also follow ongoing struggles to control weight.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition is a peer reviewed journal from the American Society of Nutrition that publishes original research studies relevant t. Preamble. The following position statement is issued by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery in response to numerous inquires made to the Society by patients, physicians, society members, hospitals, and others regarding the safety and efficacy of bariatric surgery for patients with Class 1 obesity.