Pinterest. "Medical Complications of Obesity." Web Image. 19 Sept 2013. This source provides a visual aid. I will use this chart to support the information that I present on the dangers of obesity. The detailed descriptions of the damage done to vital organs will be used to help persuade and inform my audience of the importance to act against the obesity epidemic.
State of the Industry: Nurse Practitioners Infographic This complimentary Infographic looks at how nurse practioners (NPs) are driving patient education, outcomes, and adherence in and out of the care setting. - See more at: http://manhattanresearch.com/News-and-Events/eHealth-Data-Snapshots/NP-PA-Data-Snapshot#sthash.ft9hFUzj.dpuf http://manhattanresearch.com/News-and-Events/eHealth-Data-Snapshots/NP-PA-Data-Snapshot
Research has discovered a link between childhood obesity and exposure to the chemical group known as phthalates. http://www.a-health-blog.com/chemicals-personal-care-products-childhood-obesity.html Childhood obesity is a puzzle, and a number of factors drop in or out of the picture at various stages. http://www.a-health-blog.com/childhood-obesity-is-a-puzzle.html
A Systems Approach to Solving America's Obesity Problem
Shape Magazine. "What is Weighing Us Down?" Web. 19 Sept 2013 I choose this source as a visual supporting component for my speech. I aim to persuade my audience to fight obesity with daily implementation of healthy habits. This chart provides simple solutions for a very serious issue.
Only 16% of adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus in the United States manage their condition without medication. What can we do to increase this proportion? How can we overcome barriers such as lack of diabetes education, lack of access to healthy foods and the challenges of exercising regularly?