Chat with us, powered by LiveChat Instructions The two news articles in this weeks resources report results from statistical analyses. For this assignment, select a similar news ar | EssayAbode

Instructions The two news articles in this weeks resources report results from statistical analyses. For this assignment, select a similar news ar

Instructions

The two news articles in this week’s resources report results from statistical analyses. For this assignment, select a similar news article or one of these. Prepare a written summary and interpretation of the analyses.

Be sure to include the following in your written assessment:

  • Determine what was measured and then explain how it was measured.
  • Indicate the type(s) of data included, and the levels of measurement (nominal, ordinal, interval, ratio).
  • Explain whether the statistical analyses are subject to any measurement errors.
  • Determine if the results and conclusions are accurate and precise. Then, explain why or why not.
  • Examine the factors that must be considered when arriving at conclusions after reading such new articles.

Length: 2-3 pages, not including title or reference pages

References: Include a minimum of 2 scholarly resources in addition to citing your selected article.

The completed assignment should address all of the assignment requirements, exhibit evidence of concept knowledge, and demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the content presented in the course. The writing should integrate scholarly resources, reflect academic expectations and current APA standards, and adhere to Northcentral University's Academic Integrity Policy.

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More than 75 Percent of Americans Report Sleep Issues Date: Apr. 4, 2019 From: PR Newswire Publisher: PR Newswire Association LLC Document Type: Article Length: 641 words Lexile Measure: 1510L

Full Text: Persona(TM) Nutritional Assessment Data Identifies Top Health Concerns Reported by Consumers; Company Introduces New Essential Packs for Life's Stages and Health Outcomes

SEATTLE, April 4, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — It is no surprise that Americans are tired. Chronic overscheduling, increased technology distractions and life's unexpected events can leave people short on sleep each night. In fact, more than 75 percent of Americans report sleep issues, according to Persona(TM) Nutritional Assessment Data, which captured over 800,000 completed online nutritional assessments. In addition to sleep, Persona uncovered other health concerns, including hair, skin and nails (71 percent), digestion (65 percent), energy levels (64 percent) and stress (57 percent). To help Americans address these concerns, Persona today introduced 15 new Essential Packs of vitamins and supplements that support a person's health journey through various life stages and health needs.

"In an ideal world, we would all get 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep each night and the food we eat would provide all of the vitamins, minerals and micronutrients needed to power the body. Unfortunately, we don't live in an ideal world," said Michael Roizen, M.D., chief wellness officer at the Cleveland Clinic and chairman of the medical advisory board at Persona Nutrition. "The health concerns revealed by Persona's Nutritional Assessment Data can be significantly impacted by nutrition."

Persona's Essential Packs The new Essential Packs complement Persona's current personalized nutrition model by giving consumers the opportunity to quickly try a vitamin program that supports their health goals. For consumers who are uncertain of their body's nutritional needs or have questions about possible interactions with their prescription medications, they are encouraged to take Persona's free online nutritional assessment to curate a custom pack of vitamins designed for their specific needs.

Persona created 15 Essential Packs of vitamins that feature high-quality nutrients at therapeutic levels while providing optimal absorption in the body. Prices for each pack start at $11 per month. Persona's nutritionists review each order to ensure duplicate vitamins and supplements are removed from multiple-pack orders. In addition, Persona organizes the capsules by the recommended time of day to take each vitamin and supplement.

The Essential Packs include:

Bariatric Support

Daily Detox

Digestion Relief

Energy Boost

Fab 8 Optimal Health

Fitness Formula

Healthy Weight

Immune Defense

Men's Essentials 50+

Men's Essentials and Stress Support

Prenatal Daily

Sound Slumber

Stress Relief

Women's Essentials

Women's Essentials 50+

"The insights we gather from completed nutritional assessments provide a unique opportunity to address Americans' health concerns, " commented Jason Brown, founder and CEO, Persona Nutrition. "We leverage this knowledge and the expertise of our Medical Advisory Board to recommend nutrients and the best times of the day to take these nutrients to support sleep patterns and energy levels, as well as several other positive health outcomes. For instance, you don't want to increase your intake of green tea extract, cordyceps and B12 right before bedtime if sleep is a concern. These energy supporting nutrients are best taken in the morning. With Persona, consumers are able to personalize their nutrition and easily schedule their nutrient intake throughout the day."

To learn more about Persona's new Essential Packs, please visit www.personanutrition.com.

About Persona(TM) Nutrition Founded in 2017 as one of the first personalized nutrition subscription startups, Persona has attracted investments from prestigious companies, including L Catterton, Emil Capital Partners and BrandProject. Persona's online assessment is built from its proprietary algorithm, which factors individual needs, lifestyle and prescription medications to deliver a recommendation as unique as each consumer. In 2019, Persona and the leading brand of probiotics, Culturelle, formed an exclusive partnership to deliver Culturelle through Persona's personalized subscription service. As proud supporters of Vitamin Angels, every Persona vitamin pack order provides at least two children who are at risk of malnutrition a full year of vitamins. To learn more, please visit www.personanutrition.com.

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More work, more sleep: New study offers glimpse of daily life as a millennial. Authors: Rachel Siegel and Taylor Telford Date: Oct. 18, 2019 From: Washingtonpost.com Publisher: The Washington Post Document Type: Article Length: 679 words Lexile Measure: 1160L

Full Text: Byline: Rachel Siegel;Taylor Telford

They're bogged down by student loans and rising rents. They're ditching wedding registries and tiered cakes. They're running for president.

Welcome to the wide-ranging, complicated world of the generation born between 1981 and 1996: millennials.

All told, this cohort has changed the makeup of America. Millennials have made the country more racially and ethnically diverse, compared with members of Generation X (born between 1965 and 1980), baby boomers (1946 and 1964), the Silent Generation (1928 and 1945), and the Greatest Generation (pre-1928). Millennials take a slower path to traditional household formation, including by delaying or forgoing marriage, or living at home with their parents for longer stretches.

They work more hours each day than prior generations — but they also sleep more. They are more educated than earlier generations. And in their leisure time, they're more likely to socialize, such as through games, than their older peers.

That's according to a new study from economist Michelle Freeman at the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Freeman explored how millennials fill their days, and how their choices compare with earlier generations. The study draws on 2017 data from the American Time Use Survey, which produces estimates on how Americans spend their time on an average day. In 2017, millennials were ages 21 to 36, and the nonmillennials were 37 and older.

These habits are of keen interest to researchers, given millennials' outsized ability — rivaling baby boomers — to recast societal and cultural trend lines. In fact, their economic circumstances and daily habits have often led them to be blamed for "killing" everything, from casual restaurant chains credit cards to the car industry.

Millennials are significantly worse off financially than prior generations, research shows. The net worth of Americans in the 18 to 35 bracket has dropped 34 percent since 1996, according to a May study from Deloitte. Their average net worth was less than $8,000, the Deloitte study found.

Moreover, costs for education have climbed 65 percent in the past decade, and the price of food has risen 26 percent. Add on housing, health care and transportation expenses, and millennials' behaviors are often less a reflection of their preferences than the result of being strapped for cash.

First, some demographic data: millennials were more likely than older generations to be Hispanic or Latino, Freeman found. Millennials were more evenly split between men and women than their older peers, who were slightly more likely to be female. The cohort was also more likely to be employed and to work full time than nonmillennials.

Freeman told The Post that she was personally surprised by just how much more education millennials had under their belts; 45.3 percent of them had a bachelor's degree or higher, compared with 35.2 percent of the older age group.

So what do millennials do all day?

They spent more time working, providing child care and taking part in educational activities than their older peers. But they spent less

time than nonmillennials on household chores, civic or religious work and leisure activities. That's largely due to the fact that, compared with older generations, millennials were more likely to be working, taking care of young children or still be enrolled in school, Freeman found.

But they do sleep more. On average, millennials got nine hours of shut-eye each day, compared with 8.6 hours recorded by their older peers.

Millennials spent half as much time each day relaxing and thinking than older generations. Participation rates in sports, exercise and recreational activities were close, with millennials eking out an extra four minutes a day on these pursuits than nonmillennials. Both groups spent the largest share of their free time watching television. But on any given day, millennials were still less likely to watch TV, and when they did, they spent less time doing so.

But there is an upside: Millennials were nearly twice as likely as nonmillennials to play games — from Scrabble to computer games to crossword puzzles — on a typical day, and to spend longer doing so. Older generations, meanwhile, spent more time reading for fun.

Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2019 The Washington Post Source Citation (MLA 9th Edition) Siegel, Rachel, and Taylor Telford. "More work, more sleep: New study offers glimpse of daily life as a millennial."

Washingtonpost.com, 18 Oct. 2019, p. NA. Gale Academic OneFile, link.gale.com/apps/doc/A603211915/AONE?u=pres1571&sid=ebsco&xid=598fba02. Accessed 13 May 2022.

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