Collier, Roger. 'Liberal Trade Laws Linked to Obesity.' Canadian Medical Association.Journal, vol. 186, no. 6, 2014, pp. 414. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1531082064?accountid=45000.
Summary: Roger Collier discusses how trade policies are a health issue, not just an economic issue. He tells us how obesity rates are higher were foreign investment is more welcome. Roger Collier says those with stricter trade rules had rising obesity rates, but those rates were lower than place with fewer restrictions. He also says that looser trade restrictions allow more fast-food restaurants, chain restaurants, and processed food in. Roger Collier believes that health specialists should be included in the formulation of trade policies.
Evaluation: This article is a good source because Roger Collier does not only state what he believes in his article, but also backs his statements up with evidence. I think that this article would be a good source because Roger Collier also includes those with experience and knowledge about his topic within his article. I plan on using this article as it provides good information on trade policies and obesity.
Forhan, Mary, Cathy Risdon, and Patricia Solomon. 'Contributors to Patient Engagement in Primary Health Care: Perceptions of Patients with Obesity.'Primary Health Care Research & Development, vol. 14, no. 4, 2013, pp. 367-372. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1428371193?accountid=45000, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1463423612000643.
Summary: The authors of this article discuss how patients with obesity had almost one- and one-half times more visits with their primary care physician than those without obesity. They said patients with obesity report barriers in the physical environment that limit access to health care. The authors purpose of their study was to understand patients’ perceptions of the barriers.
Evaluation: This is a good source because the authors include their studies within the article. The study will provide good evidence for the perception of patients with obesity. I am going to use this article because the study includes the side of the obese.
Jacobson, Michael F. 'Obesity in America: Inevitable?.' Nutrition Action Health Letter, vol. 27, no. 2, Mar. 2000, p. 2. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=keh&AN=2838640&site=ehost-live.
Summary: Michael Jacobson discusses how obesity is great for certain businesses that make a profit off weightless advertisement. He also discusses how obesity can undermine self-esteem, social success, and business success. He said only time will tell whether the US chooses the fitness lifestyle or the lifestyle of gluttony and sloth.
Evaluation: This article is short and to the point of the obesity epidemic in the US and if it will change or not. The article includes a short evolution of the percentages of obesity in the US. I will use this source because it is short and to the point, but still contains much information.
Jang, Myoungok and Whittmore, Robin. “The Family Management Style Framework for Families of Children with Obesity.” Journal of Theory Construction and Testing, vol. 19, no. 1, 2015. Questia.
Summary: Myoungok and Robin discuss the increasing rate of obesity and its related health problems highlighting the significance of preventing and managing obesity in children. They say on main strategy to prevent or manage obesity in children is to target the family environment due to its critical influence. Myoungok and Robin said family environment plays a fundamental role in childhood obesity due to genetics and through the development of healthy behaviors.
Evaluation: Myoungok and Robin have a new take on how to prevent and manage childhood obesity, start with the family. Because family has so much influence on children, it makes sense. I will be using this source because it sheds some light on a new way to prevent and manage obesity in children.
Masters, Ryan K., PhD., et al. 'The Impact of Obesity on US Mortality Levels: The Importance of Age and Cohort Factors in Population Estimates.' American Journal of Public Health, vol. 103, no. 10, 2013, pp. 1895-901. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/1441294238?accountid=45000.
Summary: Ryan Masters discusses how high rates of obesity present serious public health challenges in the United States. He tells us how the ultimate toll that obesity will take on the health of Americans remains a very contested issue. Ryan Masters says that without a broader consensus, policymakers will lack clear guidance on how to prioritize and respond to the US obesity epidemic.
Evaluation: Ryan Masters article is a good source because he researches the relation between obesity and the mortality rates of the US. I think this is a good source because Ryan Masters has his research within the article. He tells us how he conducts his research and what he finds. I am going to use this source because it contains direct research about obesity and mortality in the US.
Menifield, Charles E., et al. 'Obesity in America.' ABNF Journal, vol. 19, no. 3, Summer2008, pp. 83-88. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=keh&AN=33338227&site=ehost-live.
Summary: Charles Menifield discusses how each year over 300,00 adults in the US die from obesity related causes. He examines obesity trends and determines what factors contribute to the growing rate of obesity in the US. He specifically studies why the rate is increasing at a faster pace in the southern states.
Evaluation: Charles Menifield’s article is a good source because it has genral information about obesity in the US. His article includes many statistics and facts. He also includes graphs and tables to show his information. I will be using this source because it is more general and broad on the subject of obesity in the US.
'Obesity in America: What's Driving the Epidemic?.' Harvard Men's Health Watch, vol. 16, no. 7, Feb. 2012, pp. 5-7. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=keh&AN=70882806&site=ehost-live.
Summary: The author discusses what might be responsible for obesity; they list genetics, hormones, metabolism, and behavioral factors. The author said it is hard to determine the exact cause of obesity. Doctors have a hard time figuring it out for one patient, it is much harder to figure out an epidemic. They said to control the obesity epidemic, we must first understand its causes.
Evaluation: The author of this article focuses on finding the cause of obesity. They focus on modern factors. The author also gives examples on what we can do. I am going to use this source because it locates some factors of obesity and ways to solve the problem.
Powell, Shannon Baker. 'Quality of Life in School-Age Children with Obesity.' Pediatric Nursing, vol. 44, no. 4, Jul/Aug2018, pp. 183-188. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=keh&AN=131366567&site=ehost-live.
Summary: Shannon Powell discusses how 1-5 school-age children suffer from obesity. She tells us how obese youth face many physical health problems associated with obesity. Shannon Powell also tells us how there are psychosocial concerns associated with childhood obesity.
Evaluation: This is a good source because it focuses on the other problems associated with obesity. Focusing on school-age children may help us learn how to further prevent obesity in children, which will prevent adult obesity. I am going to use this source because it focuses on children and not just adults.
Vittrup, Brigitte and Danielle McClure. 'Barriers to Childhood Obesity Prevention: Parental Knowledge and Attitudes.' Pediatric Nursing, vol. 44, no. 2, Mar/Apr2018, pp. 81-94. EBSCOhost, search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=keh&AN=129092693&site=ehost-live.
Summary: Brigitte and Danielle discuss how obesity rates have doubled and quadrupled for certain age groups. They said children are now suffering from serious diseases previously only found in adults. They also said that assessing the knowledge and opinions o parents may reveal disparities and create opportunities for future prevention plans.
Evaluation: Brigitte and Danielle include the method they used to assess parents and the results that they received from their study. They include tables and bar graphs to see their assessments on. I am going to use this source because it assesses the parents and the environment of the child and how they may create a barrier to the child.
Xu, Furong, et al. 'The Association between Adolescent’s Weight Perception and Health Behaviors: Analysis of National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Data, 2011–2014.' Journal of Obesity, vol. 2018, 2018, pp. 8. ProQuest, https://search.proquest.com/docview/2035220129?accountid=45000, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2018/3547856.
Summary: Furong Xu discusses how an adolescent’s perceived weight can influence their healthy behavior, or lack thereof. He says how weight perception should be considered when developing programs to combat obesity. Furong Xu said there is a lack of research on an adolescent’s sitting time and that no identified studies that have examined weight perception and behaviors in adolescents have assessed physical activity.
Evaluation: This is a good source because Furong Xu includes the study of physical activity and sitting time of an obese adolescent. Furong Xu includes statistics and comparisons in his study. I am going to use this source because it contains the process of the study and the results.
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