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Category Archives: Social Science
Social Science is a broad field that includes problems, themes, and characteristics that relate back to society and people interacting with one another. This may include fields such as education, poverty, and current events.
Obesity continues to be a growing epidemic in America. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), one in three adults are considered obese, (2015). Obesity is associated with numerous risks to physical, mental, and emotional health. Those suffering from … Continue reading →
Obesity affects as many as 30% of the population and associated with a variety of comorbid conditions. It remains a contributing factor to hypertension, diabetes, mellitus, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, and sleep disorders, (Weintraub et al, 2011). This causes increased concern … Continue reading →
Childhood obesity must be addressed by policy makers to curb the epidemic of poor nutrition and exercise among American youth. According to the American Journal of Public Health 17% of youth are clinically obese, (Golust, Kite, Benning, Callanan, Weisman, & … Continue reading →
SNAP and WIC are federally funded programs to help individuals and their families in an effort to prevent hunger and provide assistance to low income households. It allows low-income people to spend less money on food and more money on … Continue reading →
Researchers from the University of Washington found that, “a large mass of data has been collected over the past 10+ years showing that roughly 70% of all Americans have an unconscious racial bias compared to only 20% who are consciously … Continue reading →