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Good health and wealth are positively correlated.
Which of the following statements is a proper conclusion to draw from this fact?
Wealthier people are more likely to take better care of themselves.
A lack of hygiene among people with less wealth likely leads to more health problems.
Health and wealth are just correlated, so neither is a cause of the other.
The stress of poverty leads to more sickness.
A wealthier individual is likely to be in better health than someone who is not as wealthy.