Culture

What a world of conduct

Surfaced with flames of mutual attitude

With lots of homosapiens traveling through Lanes of societal and personal understanding views and beliefs

All in a colorful clue to attain superioty over another

But so awful looking at our cognitive behavioral therapy expected to show our blessedness and riches are now turned to confusion and division

And what a great

understanding.

Effect& Causes of obesity

Obesity, according to the world Health Organization (WHO), is an” abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that prevents a risk to health.”

It increases one’s vulnerability to diseases and health problems like asthma, osteoarthritis, snoring, diabetes, joint problems, cancer, and so on.

Obesity can be caused by many factors including overeating, high consuption of energy and fatty food with little or no exercise to burn them off.

A person can be said to be obese when the BIM ( a measure which takes into into account a person’s weight and height to guage total body fat in aldults) is 30 or higher.

Obesity is a treatable disease. You should talk to your healthcare provider before starting a weight management programme. Some of the way you can treat obesity include :swimming, and so on.

Avoid overeating and food high in calories but don’t starve yourself.

Let your diet be balanced and moderate and give alot of attention to fruits and vegetables.

Oral Health

Have you wondered why people have bad health or tooth decay?

In most cases, the root cause is the lack of proper oral hygiene or disregard for ones oral health. Many people take their oral health for granted because they don’t realize how important it is their overall wellbeing.

The world Health Organization defines oral health as, ” a state of being free from chronic mouth and ficual pain, oral and throat cancer, oral infection and sore, periodontal (gum) disease , tooth decay, tooth loss, and other diseasand disorder that limit an individual’s capacity in biting, chewing smiling, speaking, and psychosocial wellbeing.

The Global burden of disease study 2016 estimated that the total oral diseases affected at least 3.58 billion people worldwide.

When contracted, these diseases affect the Victims throughout their lifetime, causing pain , discomfort, impairment and even death.

This data alone provides enough reason for you to give proper attention to your oral hygiene which involves talking care of your mouth, teeth, and gum.

You can maintain good oral health by brushing your teeth twice daily with a flouride- containing toothpaste ; flossing (cleaning between your teeth to keep gum healthy and to remove plague and leftover food that a brush can’t reach) once a day; replacing your toothbrush every three months; eating balanced diet; taking adequate fruits and vegetables; doing away with smoking and alcohol consumption ; using protective equipment during sporting activities ; u limiting in -between meal snack ; regular dental check -up and observing your mouth regularly.

Oral hygiene should be carried out regularly to enable prevention of dental diseases and bad breath.

You should visit you dentist at least twice in a year for medical check -up.

Such a visit can prevent dental diseases and contribute to a lifetime of good oral health.

Good oral hygiene helps to prevent bad breath, tooth decay, gum diseases and keep your teeth healthy as you get older.

If you take good care if your mouth, you will not only enjoy good oral health, you will also be able to keep your natural teeth throughout your lifetime.

“Remember good health make’s wealth. “

Genetic Fallacy.

This is related to the Argument um ad Hominem. But in this case, the genesis origin of a view or argument is attacked rather then the view or the argument itself.

Therefore , people tend to look for “authoritative source” for their views.

Examples: some people tend to regard news from certain newpapers as reliable or unreliable hence the saying “they wouldn’t print it, if it weren’t true.

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