Childhood Obesity

2077 words 9 pages
Addressing the issue of childhood obesity
Lenora Wallace
ENG 122: English Composition II
Instructor, Cicely Denean-Cobb
February 14, 2011

Childhood obesity is increasing in different ethnic groups in both gender and all across the world. Let me start off by saying that childhood obesity has become a deadly disease in united state it important thing that should know firstly over other thing in life. Many parents are getting worried about their children being obese. First of all, combining poor eating habits with low physical activity double a child risk of becoming obese. Children are spending an increasing amount of time in front of a screen: TV, computer, and video games. Excessive eating-out contributes to obesity in a number of
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In order for me to get the best information about these topics I will need to rely on the most creditable site from the internet. After I have listed the experimental idea I will then list the procedure to figure it out whether it is though conducted in books.
I plan to discuss how to research the topic, and what I plan on doing with the results. Choosing sites via the web is a tricky decision. I will choose the ones that have the most reverence to the topic. I will also check to see if the sources information is current in date. Government and Educational site appear to be the most successful one to date. Finally I will ensure that all sources are properly cited whether it is in texted or referenced.
Properly citing gives the reader the correct information if they choose to read the information fully. Binge eating is a complex behavioral problem that often contributes to obesity and complicate standard behavioral weight reduction treatment. The reason I think it so important is that may obese children suffer sleep apnea or the cessation of breathing during sleep. The sick effect is loss of memory, poor concentration irritability and mood swings. Obesity affects about one out of three adults in the United States.
Because obese people are at increased risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and other health problems, many authorities consider it one of the most significant public health problems in the developed world.

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