How do various socioeconomic, individual beliefs & habits, and access to care contribute to healthstatus?
How does the health status of a population impact a community?
What are the societal responsibilities for health?
Health is a combination of preventative measures and treatment that account for a person’s overall physical well-being. Socioeconomics can impact health by limiting access to both preventative measures and treatments. Simply examine the cost of food at your local grocery store and you will find that a bag of chips is cheaper on average than a bag of apples. The ability to obtain nutritious foods, the availability of participate in regular physical exercise, the ability to pay …
Short paragraphs examining the impact of societal beliefs on health care.