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Article Critique: Television And Childhood Obesity
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6 pages in length. The fundamental basis this article addresses is that children who spend too much time watching television and playing games are prone to obesity due to the sedentary nature of these activities. Utilizing Bandura's social cognitive theory and citing decreased passive activity in exchange for increased physical activity and improved dietary intake, Robinson provides significant and informative information for the health of today's younger generation. The article cites a randomized controlled school-based trial that includes two sociodemographically and scholastically equal public elementary schools where participants were examined with regard to their respective and collective television, videotape and video game habits. Findings indicate that sedentary children in the intervention group had statistically significant relative decreases in body mass index. No additional sources cited.
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Articles in The New York Times: 1) Vitamin Toxicity and 2) Toxins released into the air by burning trash.
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5 pages. The first article that is analyzed tells us that large doses of vitamins C and E and selenium can be harmful, resulting in toxicity, explaining that Americans are taking far too many vitamins than are necessary. The second article shows that burning our trash releases far more toxins into the air than if we sent these items to the landfill. Both articles are interesting and well analyzed. Bibliography lists 2 sources. .
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Assessing Men’s and Women’s Preferences in Fitness Training
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A 6 page study of men’s and women’s preferences of weight vs cardio training. Women historically have rejected weight training as a favored fitness activity, and it appears that men may prefer weight training over cardiovascular training. To test this apparent affinity student data collectors observed new arrivals at a gym, noting which activity class that men and women chose first. The results support the hypothesis that women choose cardiovascular training over weight training, and that men’s preferences are reversed. Includes 2 tables, 1 chart and an abstract. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Asthma and Yoga?
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A 3 page discussion of the potential benefits of Yoga in treating this complicated condition. The author emphasizes that no definitive proof has been found that Yoga does benefit asthma. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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