How to write the assignment The entire assignment should be a minimum of 500 words using APA Documentation of in-text citations and references for your sources. The topic or question set requires you to go to certain websites or sources to find answers to the questions. Your paper will contain your written responses to the questions. In addition you may also include information found in the book, the video (when presented), or your own personal experiences. Include APA Style in-text citations and references referred to in our paper. Topic: Childhood Obesity Childhood obesity has increasingly become harmful to child physical and psychosocial development. This topic is discussed in your text, in Chapter 7 – Middle Childhood: Body and Mind (pp. 247 – 249). Childhood Obesity: Refer to these sources: CDC website to read Childhood Obesity Facts Read several of the CDC links on definition, causes and consequences Also review several of the links on the Very Well website on childhood obesity. In addition you are to watch the TEDTalk given by Jamie Oliver: Teach every child about food | Jamie Oliver Your assignment is to demonstrate that you have thought, learned, and made new awarenesses about some of the developmental concepts or topics presented in the book, video (when presented) and directed websites. Your assignment should answer the following questions. Question 1 Describe how childhood obesity is defined. Question 2 Describe how childhood obesity affects cognitive, emotional and physical development. Question 3 Describe the immediate and long-term consequences of childhood obesity. Question 4 Do you think that more prevention is needed in our society? If so, what else needs to be done to reduce childhood obesity? What could you do to help with this public health issue? Question 5 Which of the solutions presented in the TEDtalk video do you think would have the greatest impact on childhood nutrition and obesity. Discuss why you found these particular facts interesting or important. Question 6 Reflect on the connection between the child development concept/topic that you researched and any personal life experience by explaining what you think about what you learned in your research, and how this new connection or learning of the concept might impact your future life performance, behavior, or decisions.