Medical Sociology

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1. If inequality is reduced, how will it affect health and illness? How could this strengthen communities? Must be at least 200 words

2. Complete the longevity calculator to get an idea of how social determinants affect your life expectancy. The calculator is used by Abaris, a financial planning company, to help determine how much people need to save for retirement. It is not a medical diagnosis, but rather is based on a statistical regression of more than 400,000 data samples. The data was collected by the National Institutes of Health and the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP).

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Medical Sociology
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Question One
The existence of disparities in the health sector has an adverse impact on the health of the
individuals. Ideally; this is because the inequalities result in the variation to access of health,
curative and preventive services. Most studies have demonstrated that patients are given health
care services on the basis of their social-economic positions. The researcher further portends that
the existence of health disparities trigger the health care providers to avoid f...

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