The differences in health status and disease burden (e.g., lower quality of life, financial costs, and death) exist among specific populations based on social or demographic factors such as race and income.
Social Determinants of Health
The conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age (e.g., air quality, schools, parks, jobs, housing conditions, etc.).
Health equity is when every person has a fair and equal opportunity to be as healthy as possible and no one is… Read more