(Done Paper) Referencing Styles : APA we want to compare our class data with established health criteria for physicalactivity, sleep, and fruits and vegetable i

(Done Paper) Referencing Styles : APA we want to compare our class data with established health criteria for physicalactivity, sleep, and fruits and vegetable i

we want to compare our class data with established health criteria for physicalactivity, sleep, and fruits and vegetable intake. You should find credible, primary sourcesfor this information and be clear what recommendation you are comparing the classaverage with. You may NOT be using your book, but rather accessing governmentwebsites and publications like the Dietary Guidelines for Americans or position papers byprofessional organizations like the American College of Sports Medicine or the Acad … View More we want to compare our class data with established health criteria for physical activity, sleep, and fruits and vegetable intake. You should find credible, primary sources for this information and be clear what recommendation you are comparing the class average with. You may NOT be using your book, but rather accessing government websites and publications like the Dietary Guidelines for Americans or position papers by professional organizations like the American College of Sports Medicine or the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. You MUST cite a minimum of one source per question when you make your comparisons. (12 points) 6a. Compared to recommendations, how are HS201 students doing on sleep? Based on this assessment, what are some long-term or short-term health risks or benefits that the average HS201 student might experience? 6b. Compared to recommendations, how are HS201 students doing on physical activity? Based on this assessment, what are some long-term or short-term health risk or benefits that the average HS201 student might experience? 6c. Compared to recommendations, how are HS201 students doing on fruit and vegetable intake? Based on this assessment, what are some long-term or short-term health risk or benefits that the average HS201 student might experience? 7. Now that we have described the study sample, we need to look at the statistical relationships between BMI and sleep, physical activity, stress, and fruit and vegetable intake. (16 pts) 7a. Explain the relationship between BMI and sleep. In your explanation include both an interpretation of the r-value and a statement about significance (with a p-value). 7b. Explain the relationship between Physical activity and BMI. In your explanation include both an interpretation of the r-value and a statement about significance (with a p-value). 7c. Explain the relationship between fruit and vegetable intake and BMI. In your explanation include both an interpretation of the r-value and a statement about significance (with a p-value). 7d. Explain the relationship between age and BMI. In your explanation include both an interpretation of the r-value and a statement about significance. Read Less

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