In the “Fast Food location can weigh in kids” by Jerry Hirsch, the author argues that teens who attend classes within one-tenth of a mile of a fast-food outlet are more likely to be obese than peers whose campuses are located farther. Jerry Hirsch in 2009 Los Angeles Times Newspaper Article presents his position on the issue of obesity. From the type of evidence such as the researchers said cities concerned about battling teen obesity should consider banning fast-food restaurants near schools this shows as a pathos and Courts has struck down attempts by patron to sue restaurant chains for making them fat, and finally Americas debate over what driving obesity epidemic concerned about growing rates of diabetes and heart disease this shows logically and pathos. The tone of this text is indignation , we can conclude the author is concerned about teenage obesity on the issue of “Fast Food location can weigh on kids.” The author is writing primarily for an evidence of a person concerned or worries about their calories because he wants to give out the important information and evidence that people have found and results from them so the purpose of the reader to understand his position on the issue.
I agree with the author having bad locations close to a school and actually causing an effect with teen’s obesity.
Obesity is an excessive accumulation of body fat such that individuals are at least 20 percent heavier than their ideal body weight. Obesity is a common eating disorder associated with adolescence. Although children have fewer weight-related health problems than adults, overweight children are at high risk of becoming overweight adolescents and adults. Overweight people of all ages are at risk for a number of health problems including heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke and some forms of cancer. For example the author says on paragraph 12 interviewing a child “Bannes...