Non infectious Disease

Question 1 (1.1)


Complete the table below by stating the causes of the following diseases and the effect they have on the body.

Word count guideline: 500 words



Cause of the disease

Effect of the disease on the body


Citation (Name, Year) List fully in bibliography.







Kidney Disease


















Perthes Disease










Question 2 (2.1, 2.2) 

“The UK is officially the ‘fattest’ country in Europe, with approximately 1 in 5 adults overweight and one in every 15 obese.  Over the next 20 years, the number of obese adults in the country is forecast to soar by a staggering 73% to 26 million people.   According to health experts, such a rise would result in more than a million extra cases of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer” (Diabetes, 2019) The above quote suggests a strong link between obesity and the risk of developing diabetes type 2.



a)   Discuss why this is, along with an overview of other known risk factors of diabetes type 2 and why incidences of this disease are increasing so rapidly. Word count guideline: 500 words


b)   Evaluate one UK government-funded health promotion campaign which attempts to reduce the incidence of type 2 diabetes by tackling obesity in the population. Word count guideline: 500 words


Word Count: 1500 words 


10% allowance over the word count.

Paraphrase citation

Use the citation to the endpoint in each response

stick to OpenStax and Lumen Learning, or A-Level Biology textbooks

Try to give additional specific facts and details like numerical information, specific cellular/histological details. 

Reduced the surrounding wording or opening sentences to instead directly describe or explain versus the question/AC instructions

Extra factual additions to cover a wider array of detail relative to the criteria.

Email me to send the paper across 


Useful Website

Obesity almost doubles in 20 years | Diabetes UK

Diabetes and Obesity

Noncommunicable Diseases and Disorders | Disease Prevention and Healthy Lifestyles (



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