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This scholarly article uses a business research design by finding correlations and trends to make associations to causes of this epidemic.

I use my education and certification to take a look at the most recent research data on childhood obesity. The goal of this study was to find out why childhood obesity occurs. Who is to blame, what parental actions influence a child's behavior. How do suggestive marketing techniques serve as enemies for your child's attempt to maintain a healthy weight? I explained all by the analysis of a popular research study done by a professional survey group. Maybe the cause of childhood obesity is more visible than one would think.

©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2015 Trevor Clinger

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Great research on children and obesity!

What did you love best about Critique of Quantitative Research on Childhood Obesity?

I loved how this personal trainer and business student did actual research as to why are children are getting fatter.