3. I ranked this website number three, because the grammar is proper, and they state some effects and explain them, but a study they stated was made in 2010, which isn't very recent. The sight isn't secure, it is a .com website so I'm not certain about how reliable it can be. Also the author is a person named Cardyn Gregoire, and when I click on her name it tells me that she is a senior health and science writer.
2. I ranked this website number two, because there is a lot of information stated on sleep deprivation with evidence (like studies), although it is for teens and young adults, that's why I ranked it lower because I am researching for information on teens and sleep only. Some positives though, are, at the end of the domain name, it says .edu which is a good sign because it is an education sight, and the grammar is proper. Lastly, the website is made by the National Adolescent and Young Adult Health Information Center, and their purpose is to improve teenagers and young adults health.
4. I ranked this website number four, because on the image they have provided there isn't a lot of information. They state the effects from sleep deprivation for teens, but they don't state any recommendations. Also it isn't a secure site because there isn't a s at the end of http in their link. Also the author isn't stated, and it was made in 2013, which isn't that recent.
1. I chose this website for my best one, because it is made by the National Sleep Foundation, and I found out that their goal is to improve health and educate others about the importance of sleep, (under about us). At the beginning of the link, it is https which means it is a secure sight. Also it is only for teenagers, the grammar is proper, they state facts about sleep, consequences, solutions, data, and studies. Lastly, their website was made in 2017, which is this year, so it's very recent.