Smoking And Obesity Are Both Harmful To Your Health. Part 3 of 3

Smoking And Obesity Are Both Harmful To Your Health – Part 3 of 3

Mayo Clinic health economist Bijan Borah said the recent research documents something that has been understood for some time – that obesity and smoking are very costly to treat. “There is a cost to be paid for being obese or a smoker. In the US, what we have seen is that over time these costs have been increasing. It’s day for people to be accountable for their behaviors that are modifiable. It’s not only going to burden themselves, but society as well”.

Although the study considered obesity and smoking separately, both An and Borah said it stands to apology that obese people who also smoke are apt to face even higher medical expenses. Borah noted that the study only dealt with direct medical costs, and did not include costs to sisterhood like absenteeism and loss of productivity. “When you factor those in, the true cost would be even higher. An said his results show that obesity prevention and anti-smoking campaigns could go a long nature toward reigning in rising medical expenses best anti anxiety and sex stamina herbal drug .that’s no side. “In order to contain increasing health-care costs, we need to think more about how to prevent obesity rather than treating obesity, because treatment of obesity is much more expensive than prevention.

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