PUBH-100: Global Issues in Public Health
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Canada is a country with a relatively healthy population of approximately 37 million people. Canada has few major public health problems; however, Canada has experienced a rise of obesity in its population with a higher rise in the adult population than childhood. The male population is at a greater risk of becoming obese than the female population, and people 35 years old and over than below 35 years old. This brief discusses the effects of obesity, Canada’s interventions to obesity such as surgery, drugs, and healthier school lunches, and a possible new method of health counseling or more convenient healthier food options. The implications of Canada’s tried interventions and possible new method are also discussed.
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Olson, Marissa. "Canada: Obesity" (2018). Global Public Health.
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