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Suggested Review: Lecture of Jan 25, 2008 1. Guest speaker’s name, his current position and major messages 2. Risk factors of chronic diseases 3. Two most common causes of death in the U.S. 4. Trends of the two major causes of death among persons 65+ yrs in the U.S. 5. Prevalence and trends of overweight and obesity among children, adolescents and adults in the U.S. 6. Relation between obesity and overweight with mortality and co-morbidity of chronic illnesses. 7. Highest risk groups of type-2 diabetes in the U.S. 8. Trends of aging population and national health expenditure in the U.S. 9. Trends and changes in the U.S. food consumption – expenditure for foods ($);
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Unformatted text preview: percent of income spent for foods, foods at home vs. foods eaten away from home 10. Changes in the U.S. of food energy and consumption of total and red meat; eggs; total, whole and low fat milk; carbonated soft drinks; total fruits and vegetables; total and whole wheat flour and cereal products; calorie sweeteners; and total beverages 11. Food consumption issues related to limited-income families in the U.S. 12. Nutritional and health related issues in limited income families in the U.S....
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  • Spring '08
  • drsong
  • Nutrition, overweight and obesity, national health expenditure, U.S. food consumption, messages Risk factors

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