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These days teens are getting more overweight This is in a large part because of the fast-food that they eat but before we blame them lets see who is really responsible Is it the parents didnt take care of their childrens health or are the surroundings more responsible After I read the two articles The Fat of the Land by Rick Reilly and The Fat Chance of Being in Shape with poor eating habits by DR Marla Shapiro I saw there are similarities and differences between both of them and their approach on how we can help our children There are several similarities between these two articles Both of the articles want to do change on the people weight toward obesity They want to do a serious action about it and give people awareness about obesity Also they both mention how obesity is dangerous and a cause of other diseases like diabetes heart disease and certain cancers These two articles are aimed at the same audience both of them write to parents and schools In addition these two articles want to decrease the childrens weight so they dont get infected by obesity On the other hand these two articles have some differences For instance THE FAT OF THE LAND talks about Americans whiles the FAT CHANCE OF BEING IN SHAPE WITH POOR EATING HABITS talks about Canadians Still there are more differences such as that THE FAT OF THE LAND blames the people around overweight children and the other article asks why we as a society and individuals make change that lead toward obesity THE FAT OF THE LAND argues about why the school or the US senate should do something about their childrens weight such as requiring activities that makes the children sweat Unlike the other article they ask the family to do something with the children like exercise as a family get out and walk cycle or swim Finally THE FAT OF
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