A Correlation Between Sleep, Motherhood, And Obesity

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Register to read the introduction… There are several issues that researcher’s associate with obesity such as, sleep deprivation, religious activities and motherhood. In order for there to be a correlation is when one variable changes due to the change in another variable. There are three types of In the first article it showed a strong correlation between those obesity and sleep deprivation, while the second article did not have any correlation at all. Article three showed a relationship between mothers and obesity issues. What it all boils down to is by changing one’s lifestyle and eating habits can increase their health. …show more content…
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