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New Study Uses Mathematics to Model Childhood Obesity

July 31, 2013

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A new study has attempted to use mathematical modeling to measure rates of childhood obesity by examining how it develops in otherwise healthy individuals throughout their childhood. The study is described in an article in Forbes published on July 29, 2013. The article was written by Robert Glatter, MD and is entitled “New Model Addresses Childhood Obesity.” It covers a study that was led by Dr. Kevin Hall of the National Institutes of Health. The article describes how researchers decided to model how children can develop obesity between the ages of five and eighteen, and included projections of how many calories that children would consume as they got older. At the conclusion of the study, the researchers took their findings and compared them to statistics from the population as a whole, and found out that their model was very accurate.

The article describes a central assumption of the model, which is that children gradually suffering from obesity gradually increase the amount of calories that they consume as they get older. The study modeled how children gradually develop obesity, but it also included some hopeful news. The researchers found that children can actually “outgrow” their obesity as they get older provided that they maintain their weight.

The use of mathematical models to study obesity may seem unorthodox, but this type of data could help clinicians develop treatments not just for obesity but for other conditions that can also be modeled in a similar fashion. The article quotes C. Andy Schuetz, Ph.D., who describes the potential benefits of computer modeling in developing treatments that can provide help for those suffering from obesity and related conditions, as well as encouraging preventive measures.

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