I chose this website to be my first because it is a .org website which is non-profit, meaning not many ads and they just want to give out free information. It is also https which means it is secure It is by an official company called the National Sleep Foundation. the site is newly updated so it isn't old news. The pictures in the site are very professional, and they don't have many, which proves that they want to put more words than pictures. There are barely any ads and no pop-ups at all, so it's safe to say that the website isn't just doing it for money. there are no comments about the article, but there are 5 pages of useful information on the site. The author of the site is many people in the National Sleep Foundation and they don't give credit to anyone else because they tested all those things to prove that their theories were real.
I chose this to be second because it is another secure account with https and .org. They are a non-profit organisation if they are a .org, and they are called the Child Mind Institute, proving it is a legitimate organisation. The website is newly updated, so this also isn't old news. the site doesn't have any pictures, which shows that they want more words to explain than pictures. There are only a few pop-ups on this site and very few ads, making this another good site, but there are still pop-ups. There aren't any comments but it shows a donation button to donate to kids not getting enough sleep. They tested these procedures out for themselves as well, proving their own theories.
I chose this site as number three because this site is not secure being the front part as teens., and although it is still not fake news because it is .com not .com.lo or .com.co. It is also a small group of people making this site because even though it is WebMD making it sound professional it shows that it is personal and the government does not support is and it is not an organisation. This is a newly updated website so it is not fake news. There are no pictures and it is three pages long so it proves that this site wants to prove their message and not just post a ton of pictures. There are a lot of ads though, not so many that they cover the entire page, but that there are so many that the need three pages. So this is not a non-profit site. There are no comments again, so they probably don't want them to show that this could be fake news. On this site, they get health providers to help them as well, and they give a lot of credibility to people who helped them out, so even though this site may not be secure and has a lot of ads, it may be true.
I chose this site as number four because it was the most unreliable source here. This was an unsecured website and as well as it being a personal one too, well in a group of 4 to 5 people or so. This is .ca so anyone could've just opened up this website. This article was last updated in 2012, so it is old news. The pictures do not help, some on other sites show a chart, but this one shows a guy sleeping. There are a ton of ads, and so many pop-ups coming up here and there. There aren't many reviews on this site and that's probably because they don't want them knowing that this information may not be useful. These people do back up their claims though, like how they get people to have interviews with them about sleep for teens and giving them credit in the end.