Question 4: According to the article, obesity has reached epidemic proportions among children. What responsibilities should parents have if they know their children are obese? What measures should parents take to protect their children from becoming obese? Does the government have an obligation to protect children from foods, chemicals, and ingredients that are known to be correlated with obesity? Support your position coherently and reasonably.
To get 100 Percent: Connects and EXTENDS knowledge (facts, theories) from Lifespan Development to go beyond addressing the questions about parental responsibility and governmental responsibility for protecting children from foods, chemicals, and ingredients correlated with obesity. This extension is evidenced by the mentioning of social programs that could help parents accomplish the aforementioned goals while keeping in mind the biological, psychological, social, and cognitive components of their Lifespan Development Class.
Include the article in the sources