Two Determinants of Health: Income and Physical Environment Exploration of Two Determinants of Health on Health Status This paper will explore the influence of two determinants of health – income and social status, and physical environments – on health status. As will be seen, with reference to scholarly articles from the past five years relating to both of these determinants, while these determinants are undeniably distinct there nonetheless exist a strong element of overlap. In this analysis, the health impacts of income and physical environment may be seen to be often indirect in that both are highly interrelated with other factors that more directly shape the health status of people regardless of country or society. Income and Social...The end:
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