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The final presentations in the series were on Child Abuse Prevention, Childhood Obesity and  Eating Disorders.
Howard Dubowitz, professor of the Department of Pediatrics gave a serious yet sensitive talk on the oft neglected topic of Child Abuse and Prevention.
Dubowitz said the subject of child abuse is so dire that it is now a sub-specialty in the field of pediatrics. Echoing other lectures in the series, Perman and Stines maintain that the best ways to deal with childhood obesity are education and prevention.  Perman added that making healthy food available in urban areas was crucial in curbing the epidemic among the poor.
Complementing the talk of the problem of childhood obesity was the final lecture on eating disorders, delivered by Samra Blanchard, associate professor of the department of pediatrics.  Of the  eight million Americans who have eating disorders, seven million of them are women.
80 percent of women who answered a People magazine survey responded that images of women on television and in the movies make them feel insecure. Along with the social, psychological and interpersonal factors which can contribute to eating disorders, Blanchard noted that there are also genetic factors.

Eating disorders fall within three classifications: Anorexia nervosa, Bulimia and disorders not otherwise specified, such as binge-eating, purging and night-eating syndrome.
The essential features of anorexia nervosa are refusal to maintain a minimally normal body weight, intense fear of gaining weight, and significant disturbance in the perception of the shape or size of one’s body.
Childhood preoccupation with a thin body and social pressure about weight are associated with the development of binge-eating disorders in adolescence.
Psychiatric problems are common in patients with eating disorders, including anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance abuse, and personality disorder.
It appears that one third of patients fully recover, one third retain sub-threshold symptoms, and one third maintain a chronic eating disorder. Perman said that among children today, obesity is causing a broad range of health problems that previously weren’t seen until adulthood. It may not display this or other websites correctly.You should upgrade or use an alternative browser.
No tears to the strains of a Four Freshmen song.  But for the 238 students who successfully completed Mini-Med School, the sense of accomplishment and the applause from family and friends was just as real.

Surgeon General reported overweight adolescents have a 70 percent chance of becoming overweight or obese adults. A study found that adolescent girls were more fearful of gaining weight than nuclear war, getting cancer, or losing their parents. Baquet (the associate dean for policy and planning) sometimes offers a Bioethics Mini-Med in the Spring, where they discuss things like the ethics of clinical trials. They took her into the under-21 squad, where she eagerly awaited the birth of an American professional women's soccer league.

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