Many people all over the world are becoming obese, unfit, and not healthy. Some of those people have tried nothing, and stick with the eating habits and the way they live. This can lead to many deaths because of obesity. Kids are becoming more obese which leads to diabetes, heart attacks, and other diseases. According to the article, McDonald’s feeds more than 46 million people a day-more than the entire population of Spain. This shows people are going to more fast food restaurants more then ever because it is convenient, fast, and you don’t have to waste your time cooking. This is a big factor in why so many people are obese. Not only at fast food restaurants, but people buy more unhealthy and processed foods because they are convenient, and don’t cost a lot. In order to maintain a healthy weight, you have to stay fit, exercise, and eat right. Some exercises you can do easily everyday is, walk, jog, play sports with friends, stretches, and warm ups. These are all things you can do on a daily basis to get your heart rate up. With exercising, you also have to eat healthy everyday. Some healthy foods you can eat is whole wheat food, brown rice, salad, and vegetables. These are just examples but there are many more foods to keep you healthy. Some things that also cause people to become overweight, according to the article, is emotional triggers. When you are emotional, depending on your mood, you eat the food you crave even though you aren’t even hungry at all. Some Emotional triggers that may lead to unhealthy choices is, being depressed or sad because of a family death. Also, having relationship problems or conflicts. Second, having stress at school or at work. For example, having to think of so many things you have to have done or a lot of work you have to complete. To replace emotional triggers, you could go out with friends, go to the movies, ice skating, or rollerblading. Another thing to replace an emotional trigger is to go for a walk or jog. Also, play a board game. There are also so many kids out there that are obese maybe because someone in there family is, or they just aren’t getting the proper information and…
Business Article Assignment #2
How to Make Your Income Last for Decades in Retirement
This article deals with the decisions that all consumers need to make in order to ensure that they retire comfortably. The author of the article states a few steps that we need to start making now to ensure that financial security in our retirement.
Step one entails identifying our needs, wants and wishes. We all need to make a plan…
Ethics and Community relations
Article Assignment 2
This article is about six Philadelphia cops that in 2014 allegedly stole
$500,00 from drug suspects. After two years of investigation into the
Philadelphia Police department, federal agents prosecuted six narcotics officers.
From 2006 to 2012, the corrupt officers reportedly beat up their suspects and
stole $500,000 worth of drugs, cash, jewelry, and electronics.
The indicted officers where each specialized in narcotics investigations…
1. -“Top 5 Ways to Optimize Your YouTube Marketing Efforts Using Analytics” Published: October 21, 2013
-By Purna Virji– Senior Marketing Manager, Stroll
2. This article addresses some popular ways to use Youtube’s recently updated analytics tools and pinpoint user demographics and trends. It lists…
An article recently published on abc.net.au outlines how the Mackay Family in Queensland took an ‘innovative risk for the produce industry’ and created an opportunity for consumers to significantly increase their consumption of fresh fruit. In establishing their brand “Fruit Bar”, the Mackay’s have utilised two key marketing principles, “Mental Availability” and “Physical Availability”. Their idea to create a Fruit Bar is also an example of a dynamic continuous innovation.
The Mackay family have…
we need to raise consciousness about the fact that addictive disorders are brain disorders. Addiction must be seen
as a disease and not just a self help issue. It is also important
to realize that not everyone experiences addiction is the same
2. It is important to realize that our attitudes as providers are
conveyed to patients even subconsciously. When individuals
suffering from addiction end up in the emergency rooms,
they are often treated terribly.
3. It is important to understand the role…
form new social
connections regardless of geography. Social media has become embedded
within our daily lives. For community nurses social media networks offer
alternative ways in which they can share knowledge and expertise and keep up
to date. This article intends to stimulate thoughts about how social media could
be used positively by the community nurse and his or her organisation to help
meet the future demands on the NHS and community nursing services.
Communication w social media w patient…
Workshop #2 Articles Summary
"Men dressed as women are shot at near NSA”. From www.miamiherald.com
On Monday, two men dressed as women smashed a stolen car into a police vehicle at the gates of the national Security Agency, promoting police to open fire. One of the men died, the other was injured, and police officer also was taken to a hospital. It was not know why the men were up at the gate at Fort Meade and why did not obey orders from NSA police…
PSY 496 Week 2 Assignment Methodological Issues Article Review
Methodological Issues Article Review. Read the following articles, which can be accessed through the ProQuest database in the Ashford University Library:
Evidence-based practice in psychology: Implications for research and research training.
Practice-based evidence: Back to the…
Daniel Hurley and Paul Kwon (2011) define “savoring the moment” (savoring) as the “propensity to focus on and enjoy past, current, and future positive events”. This is accomplished through behavioral means (laughing and smiling), sharing the positive experience with others (which correlates to increased levels of life satisfaction), and by cognitively storing the memory for future recall (Hurley & Kwon, 2011). Additional research has linked savoring with increased sense of present happiness, percent…
February 23, 2015
E. 10 points
F. I have carefully read this entire article and I did not copy and paste material or plagiarized in the writing of the report.
The author of this article gave the definition of body image as a subjective concept of one’s physical appearance based on self-observation and the reaction of others. There are problems with this definition that I will talk about later on in this article summary. The article tried to cover the history of the perceived body image in the United…