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Childhood obesity - the epidemiological study
Mádlová, Markéta ; Kunešová, Marie (advisor) ; Kudlová, Eva (referee)
Obesity is considered to be one of the diseases related to the change in the lifestyle, leading to increased incidence of myocardial infarction, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hypertension and other diseases. Due to the progressively increasing prevalence of obesity in adulthood, prevention of obesity has to start in childhood and adolescent, in which also increase in prevalence of obesity was found. Actual prevalence of overweight and obesity was tested in this thesis by different standards (5. NAS, WHO, IOTF, CDC) in Czech children population in age of 6.5 - 7.5 years in 2013. Its trend since 1951 was evaluated. Since 2008 maintaining of the values in all categories at the constant level was found. The role of risk factors assessed by personal, family and school questionnaires in overweight prevalence was tested. The most important factors were diet, exercise and family factors. Increased weight/height ratio (WHtR) marker of adipose tissue was found in the category of normal weight children also and it shows the link with above-mentioned risk factors of diet, exercise and family prediction. Key words Obesity, Overweight, Prevalence, Childhood, BMI, 5. NAS, WHO, IOTF, CDC, COSI, WHtR, Waist circumference, Risk factors
Positioning effect on child development in infancy.
Mádlová, Markéta ; Sedlak, Petr (advisor) ; Paulová, Markéta (referee)
This thesis is focused on positioning the child in the early stages of his life. Greater importance is attached to positioning since 1992 when the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) published recommendations for a healthy baby sleep position. In connection with the recommended supine sleep position has been a decrease in the incidence of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), which was the primary reason for the worldwide campaign (Back to Sleep Campaign). Prone or supine position may affect early motor development or be a cause of deformities of the skull. Higher exposure supine position may cause variations in the physiological development of the skull and results in a positional plagiocephaly (PP) or dental arch deformities.

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