Compare and Contrast
Results may seem that the parents of these kids play a major role In this situation. After reading the two articles, “Eating problems in young children” and “Preventing childhood obesity: what are we doing right? It exists several similarities between both of them, and also their approach on what they can do to prevent our children. One of the similarities between them is the fact that they talk about how to do change on the people weight toward obesity. They want to take a step forward about it and give other people awareness about obesity.
They explained how being obese is dangerous and it causes serious diseases like heart disease, diabetes and also cancer. Second of all both of them aimed at the children’s parent and also the schools. Lastly, they both want to decrease the children’s weight in order to not get infected by obesity. On the other hand, they both have little differences. For example, “Eating problems in young children” talks about kids in America while “Preventing childhood obesity mentioned the kids from other countries.
One blames the people around overweight children after results and the other one asks why society make change that lead toward obesity. Another difference is that they both had deferent methods that were used during the experiment, one had about 202 obese students around age nine and the other one had about. 544 boys. Lastly, the first article concluded that the schools and the senate should do something about the children’s weight, such as requiring activities that make them sweat.
The other one ask the parents to please do meeting with the kids, like exercise as a family, do not always focus the kids on eating all the time, go out for a swim, conversant about what It takes to stay healthy while talking the kids out for a walk. These were the saltcellars and the differences throughout both articles. By bladdernut Equity, M. , Palmate, M. , Becker, N. , Morris, A. , Becker, S. , & Contrary, A. (2013). Eating problems in young children – a population-based study. Acta Pediatrics, 102(2), point where theses two articles examine if it is the fast-food issue or else.
Results may seem that the parents of these kids play a major role in this situation. After childhood obesity: what are we doing right? “, it exists several similarities between obesity’ mentioned the kids from other countries. One blames the people around that lead toward obesity. Another difference is that they both had different methods eating all the time, go out for a swim, conversant about what it takes to stay healthy while talking the kids out for a walk. These were the similarities and the differences