Obesity increases a persons risks for high blood pressure and diabetes, as well as cancers of the breast, endometrium, colon, kidney, and oesophagus. This is why world health officials are putting more money into obesity research and making sure that they get the information that they need to provide us with new ways to battle the new worldwide epidemic that is evolving. Obesity research is crucial in telling us what cause obesity and how we can tackle it.New medical research has shown us that obesity isnt all down to unhealthy living but it is also narrowed down to what our DNA is made up like. Many people who have had members of their family that have suffered from being overweight or obese will be at a very high risk to suffer the same problems and therefore need to take extra steps to help prevent that from happening.Although genetics play a part in obesity research has shown that unhealthy living with bad diets and no exercise also plays a major part when it comes to obesity. To burn fat we need to burn more than we take in, if we do not exercise then we dont burn fat therefore inevitably we will end up overweight then obese. Research helps us to know more about the complexities of obesity. Yet, there is so much more for researchers to explore, more time and investment needs to put be into obesity research so we can find more conclusive solutions to battling obesity.Obesity causes major health problems and researches have made note that unless the situation is addressed we can be facing a worldwide problem and breakdown due to obesity. It is a major complication in terms of operations as many doctors and consultants will not anaesthetize any one who is grossly overweight as this is extremely unsafe. Therefore more important medical problems cant be solved or helped when obesity is a problem.Obesity research is crucial and extremely important when it comes to obesity and its finding needs to have action taken, there are far to many people grappling with the problem of being overweight and loosing the struggle and turning obese. Research finding should be made available in forms of books, television adverts, leaflets and school topics, doing this we will try to save the next generation from falling susceptible to the world wide problem that is obesity!
I see your true colors shining through...don't be afraid to let them show...you're beautiful like a rainbow. - from the song, True ColorsA few months ago, Dove, one of the world's most well-known brand of soap, was relaunched under a new marketing campaign called Dove Self-Esteem Fund. The fund was launched to serve as an agent of change to educate and inspire girls on a wider definition of beauty and to make them feel more confident about themselves. This particular advertising campaign was dubbed as one of the most touching advertisements ever shown on television. Unlike the usual formula of using beautiful women with flawless skin as models in soap commercials, the Dove campaign chose to make non-celebrity, everyday women as the centerpiece of the advertisement.The Dove commercial featured several women, both young and old, who expressed their thoughts about their self-doubt and poor self-image. Some either mused that they were too fat or did not like the color of their skin, others felt ugly because of their features. All the women in the commercial saw something wrong or something they did not like about how they look. As a result, these women said that their negative outlook had somehow adversely influenced their self-concept and self-esteem.The beauty and skin care treatment company that manufactures Dove soap wanted to make their skin care line of products more popular or customer-preferred not because of its ingredients or latest scientific breakthrough in skin care treatment. The company wanted to re-establish its market niche by catering to the sensitivities of women, particularly those who do not see themselves as being very beautiful based on society's standards. The focus of the commercial and the rest of the advertising campaign was on the concept of real beauty.Marketing a soap product using the concept of real beauty was a stroke of genius. For so many years, many women have been preoccupied with taking care of their skin. Keeping one's skin white and wrinkle-free were considered part of being a woman. In fact, for many women around the world, skin care is simply an obsession. The focus of the campaign makes sense since physical beauty has been given so much importance by society. In fact, skin care is among the top concerns of women because the skin is the largest and most visible organ of the human body. In reality, skin care is really no longer just about vanity. It is now a health issue. The challenge of keeping the skin youthful-looking, or pimple or blemish-free, and properly moisturized is absolutely difficult given today's environment. Pollution, chemicals in processed food, and the high-stress life in the 21st century all contribute to faster skin-aging. The harsh rays of the sun also contribute to premature skin aging. In response, various skin care treatment and product manufacturing companies came out with different products that all promised to protect the skin from the harsh environment. These beauty products were developed using the latest scientific procedures and secret ingredients that would supposedly turn back the time and rejuvenate the skin. Most companies use advertisements that intentionally make millions of female consumers feel inadequate about themselves. Of course, this inadequacy can be addressed by the product the companies sell. Many still buy into this marketing gimmick because of the constant barrage of the sole and universal message of beauty product advertising: Buy our products and you will look younger and more beautiful like these women you see on TV. These days, the somewhat skewed concept of beauty among women can partly be attributed to the many advertisements shown on television. Usually, the common factor among different advertisements about skin care products present world-class supermodels as the representative of all things beautiful, admirable, and ideal. Thus, most women fall into the trap of comparing themselves to the glamorous, flawless women on television. Any deviations or difference from that female ideal will then be considered as unusual and, worse, even ugly. Sometimes, women get so affected or upset about being so far from this commercially developed ideal woman that even their self-concept and self-esteem become so negatively influenced.Dove, through its Real Beauty commercial was able to stand out by breaking free from the convention of project perfectionism. Instead of going for the supermodel look, the makers of Dove cleverly used real women that most consumers could easily relate to. Because of this, they have made their skin care product more appealing to ordinary women who crave for a more realistic, attainable, non-showbiz concept of beauty. Hopefully, other companies will follow the Real Beauty principle. Women truly deserve to be freed from the stereotypes of so-called beauty. Skin care companies should realize the effectiveness of the Dove advertising campaign. Advertisements should inform consumers how to make good purchase decisions. Commercials that focus on skin care and skin care treatment need not make consumers feel bad about themselves. Indeed, soap and other beauty product commercials should become a means of uplifting the self-esteem and confidence of women. Women should not be burdened with the fancy images shown on television. They should be allowed to show their true colors. Women, as the lyrics of the song says, are truly beautiful like a rainbow.
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Picture waking up in the middle of the night, terrified that something is going to happen, even though your wife is comfortably asleep beside you, your daughter is tucked away in bed, you just got promoted, and your finances are at their most stable in years. Worrying about anything in such a situation is rather unnatural, which only compounds the worries of the people that do wake up under such conditions. Moments that cause undue fear and anxiety such as this, according to statistics, are actually on the increase, even as the quality of the average person's standard of living seems to be going up.Things like "fear and anxiety" are natural reactions that humans revert to whenever they are threatened in any sense, whether physically, emotionally, or otherwise. Fear is a natural response for any number of things that can occur in everyday life. It usually manifests when there is a threat or a perceived threat, but more and more people are experiencing fear that has no cause. This is not like the phobia, which needs to be triggered by something that had caused the person some form of trauma in the past, but something that may be much worse. More and more people are admitting that, despite the lack of any real causes for such concern and worry, they can't stop themselves from feeling as if something is going horribly, horribly wrong.A number of people are starting to show signs of having unfounded worries and concerns, oftentimes even after explaining to themselves that there is nothing to worry about. Most people can understand feelings of anxiety when there is some sort of problem on the horizon. People psychologically expect things to happen when there are signs that point to such a thing happening, but that doesn't explain why more and more people are starting to have bouts with anxiety when there is nothing wrong with things as they are. As previously mentioned, this undue worrying can sometimes compound on the problem already, making things seem worse than they actually are.According to some psychologists, people have conditioned themselves to expect a drop whenever life is good, reflecting the way a roller coaster ride works. This what goes up, must come down mentality is sometimes seen by some as a good way to soften the blow if (or when) a major negative event occurs. However, psychologically speaking, it doesn't do diddly-squat and, what's worse, it actually can prevent someone from enjoying the positive things in life. The fact that this problem doesn't really need any sort of concrete or special trigger (even just waking up in the middle of the night for no reason can cause a fit of worrying) just makes it that much harder to deal with.Some people welcome the worrying and the uncertainty that this brings, seeing it as some sort of twisted motivator to get things done and make sure everything is in place. However, this is not advisable because it can do untold damage to one's psychological and physiological well-being. Some extreme cases show that engaging in this too much can result in a number of mental health disorders, not the least of which is paranoia. Also notable is the fact that people who worry so much tend to visit the doctor more often than people who are generally calm and relaxed.
When it comes to birth control, women seem to have all the options. Men have the choice of using methods that rely on self-control and awareness, various brands and flavors of condoms, or getting snipped. For women, on the other hand, selecting a methods of contraception can be about as complex and detail-driven as choosing a dress for some formal gathering where she wants to make an impression. There are the pills and patches that release a variety of hormones that make the body think it is already pregnant, which ironically prevents an actual pregnancy from happening. There are a number of devices available for women that function in the same way as condoms do for men, though methods that rely on self-control are much less common. However, recent news may have helped take off at least one option from women's "birth control" menus.The Ortho Evra patch, which is basically a patch that releases the same batch of hormones into the body that a pill does, has recently been found to have a potentially fatal side effect. While the Food and Drug Administration has long ignored the possibility that the patch can cause potentially fatal blood clots in some women, there have been a number of reports that appeared to counter this belief. The prominence of some recent cases of this happening has prompted a reexamination of the scientific data. According to a popular urban legend regarding the patch, the hormones that it releases can force blood clots to form in the body. The legend goes on to say that this has led to the death of a number of women, who have all had operations to remove the blood clots in their brains. Supposedly, the clots blocked proper circulation to the brain, and that the hormones kept forming the clots.The reality is notably different from the legend, but there are enough similarities to constitute a reasonable level of worry. The patch does release hormones that can cause the clots to form, but unlike in the legend, this is not a constant occurrence. The hormones do not continually cause clots to form, which means that women who use them are not always at risk. Another detail is that, while the clots can cause damage to the body, they are not lethal in all situations. Finally, the legend attributes the death of various women to the clots caused by the patch, but this claim is easily disputable. While investigators have found the names of the women in the stories to be real, there is no way to verify what they died of and whether or not they used birth control patches because of medical privacy laws.However, the recent ruling by the FDA for Ortho Evra patches to have warnings on them stems from a single case, where the doctors did verify that the hormones the patches released could have caused complications. The procedure was a delicate one that required operating on some sensitive areas of the human brain, and that the blood clots increased the risk of a surgical mistake becoming a fatal one. It is noted that the pill does not pose the same risks as a patch, mainly because the patches expose the body to up to 60% more estrogen than the pill would. In theory, this is what causes the increased clot formation.