Is it any surprise that unhealthy people are at greater risk of developing a disease?
Researchers have estimated that nearly two-thirds of Covid-19 hospitalizations in the U.S. were related to obesity, diabetes, hypertension and heart problems.
But so far the U.S. politicos and their policymakers and overlook them.
“Globally, these issues are on fire. In the U.S., we’re like sucking our thumb.”
Around the globe, other countries including Spain, Chile and Mexico have been galvanized to confront diet-related disease problems. But in Washington D.C. there has been little more than empty talk but no real action.
The Obesity Boost Covid-19 Risk Problem:
The Obesity Boost Covid-19 Risk is huge on and in scale: Over 8 of 12 American adults are overweight or obese. Of the American obsese, this about 100 million people, before the pandemic began, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Roughly one in five children now have obesity. The costs associated with this epidemic, along with diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and cancer, all related to diet, are among the greatest threats to the fiscal future of the United States, not to mention the health, well-being and productivity of millions of people.
Researchers have estimated that nearly two-thirds of Covid-19 hospitalizations in the U.S. were related to obesity, diabetes, hypertension and heart failure.
One study found that patients with severe obesity 60% more likely to die from the virus compared with individuals without the disease.
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