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Annotated Bibliography Joan C Han, Debbie A Lawlor, Sue YS Kimm, Childhood obesity, The Lancet, Volume 375, Issue 9727, 15–21 May 2010, Pages 1737-1748, ISSN 0140-6736, 10.1016/S0140-6736(10)60171-7 (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0140673610601717). This is an excellent article that contains information pertanite to the epidemic of childhood obesity. This article contained worldwide statistics, factors, and health risks associated with childhood obesity. The article also illustrated the public view and policy on the treatment options for childhood obesity. The information used in the article contained data obtained over 10 years with the main focus being the past 5 years worldwide from childhood obesity.
Annotated Bibliography HCS 465 December 9, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Eagle, T., Sheetz, A., & Grum, R. (2012, May). Understanding Childhood Obesity in America: Linkages between Household Income, Community Resources, and Children's Behaviors. The American Heart Journal, 163(5), 836-843. Retrieved from http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.apollolibrary.com/docview/1504637714?pq-origsite=summon This is an exceptional resource for understanding childhood obesity in America. The authors came up with a method where they identified patterns and diets in children residing in Michigan communities varying annual household incomes, presented their results and came up with a conclusion that obese children residing in communities with lower
Is obesity today in America Caused by the Food Industry? Name and Age: Amanda Keller 17 years old Grade and School: High School Senior at Itineris Early College High School The essay Is the Food Industry the Problem or the Solution? by Dale Buss is about obesity in America today and whether the food industry is responsible for the high increase in obese Americans. If you ask this simple question, it is easy blame obesity on what we eat, but when you look deeper into the problem you will find that the food industry is spending millions searching for consumer’s solutions to prevent childhood obesity, but we are finding that the problem is ultimately caused by what we as parents or children decide to consume or choices of activity. A cause