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Parents responsible for childhood obesity

first_imgChildren obesity comes from many factors: inactive lifestyle, unhealthy eating and lazy parents.Kids nowadays being born into the age of screen addiction might be responsible for a small amount of the prevalence of obesity rates. Bad parents can also be responsible for a child’s obesity because a child doesn’t pick out and pay for the food it eats. Letting your child sit inside all day and do nothing will add up to poor physical development and possibly obesity. The younger a child becomes obese, the more its health is at risk.A very ignorant perception has been put out over the years that low calories are the way to fight obesity, but that’s not true. Calories are energy. Fat-saturated goods like pizza, fast-food burgers, French fires and potato chips, combined with inactivity, cause obesity. If you let your child eat 20 pounds of grilled chicken breasts a week, they will probably not develop a surplus of fatty tissue. If you buy them a whole bucket of KFC three days a week for dinner, you can expect higher blood pressure and an increase in shirt size at the end of the next couple months.Children need a surplus of healthy calories to grow. Processed food is something to avoid feeding your child. Don’t buy your kids Lunchables and Easy Mac for lunch every day. Balanced simple meals can be affordable. With the right research you could afford a week’s worth of meals for $50. These are the general factors causing childhood obesity across the United States.Ross LaPlanteDelansonMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Local movie theater operators react to green lightEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motorists Categories: Letters to the Editor, Opinionlast_img read more


October 20, 2020 0

Offer solutions to Colonie landfill issue

first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Re  Nov. 8 letter, “Plan to expand the Colonie dump stinks,” by John Kenney: I didn’t see you on the ballot on Nov. 7 to try to be elected and change the direction of Colonie. Maybe being from Clifton Park excluded you from running?If we close the landfill at the end of 2017, then what? Where do the thousands of residents and businesses take their garbage? Do they all have to hire private contractors to take it away? Where is “away?” The Albany landfill has faced the same issue for years.You close your letter by saying the trash has to go somewhere. If Paula Mahan is doing such a terrible job, why does she keep getting re-elected, even after calls to “Dump Mahan?”Here’s the answer to that question. You don’t just close a landfill without an alternative location in place. I noticed you did offer one. Where does the trash from Clifton Park go? Or Malta? Come up with some solutions before your next letter or throw you hat in the ring for the next election. NIMBY stands for “Not in my back yard.” In your case, it stands for “no ideas mentioned by you.”Ken KimballSchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:Schenectady, Saratoga casinos say reopening has gone well; revenue down 30%Motorcyclist injured in Thursday afternoon Schenectady crashFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen?Schenectady man dies following Cutler Street dirt bike crashSchenectady High School senior class leaders look to salvage sense of normalcylast_img read more


October 20, 2020 0

Planning: questioning the future

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October 20, 2020 0

Salford can go to the ball

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October 20, 2020 0

Sir John’s back in Toon

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October 20, 2020 0

The price of life

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October 20, 2020 0

Retail & Leisure Property Awards finalists announced

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October 20, 2020 0

Round the Benz

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October 20, 2020 0

Two more coronavirus cases in UK bring total to 15

first_imgTwo further cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in the United Kingdom, bringing the total number of cases to 15, England’s chief medical officer Chris Whitty said on Thursday.”The virus was passed on in Italy and Tenerife and the patients have been transferred to specialist NHS infection centers in Royal Liverpool Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital, London,” the statement said.Governments are ramping up measures to battle a looming global pandemic of the coronavirus as the number of infections outside China, the source of the outbreak, for the first time surpassed those appearing inside the country. Topics : The coronavirus has infected more than 80,000 people and killed nearly 2,800, the majority in China. Much remains unknown about the virus but it is clear the ramifications of the world’s second-biggest economy in lockdown for a month or more are vast.last_img read more


October 19, 2020 0

UEFA formally postpones Champions League, Europa League finals

first_imgThe Champions League was halted halfway through the return legs of the round of 16 with four ties still to be decided. The final was due to take place in Istanbul on May 30.Some media reports have suggested ties could be reduced to one leg instead of two from the quarter-finals with a “final four” tournament in Istanbul.In the Europa League, two of the round of 16 first leg matches have still to be played and all of the second legs. The final was due to be held in Gdansk, Poland, on May 27.The women’s Champions League final was scheduled for Vienna on May 24. Topics : This season’s Champions League, Europa League and women’s Champions League finals scheduled for May have been formally postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, European soccer’s governing body UEFA said on Tuesday.All three competitions are currently suspended along with almost every European domestic league because of the coronavirus while UEFA last week postponed the Euro 2020 tournament until next year.”No decision has been taken on rearranged dates,” UEFA said in a statement. It also did not say whether it would be able to complete the competitions in the current format or would have to shorten them.last_img read more


October 19, 2020 0