Trends and Patterns in Health and Illness

P3 Trends and Patterns in health and illness in three social groups.
There are many significant differences in humanity and illness rates which continues to occur among income groups, a section of the community whose income falls within a certain range, and social classes, individuals and groups are considered on the sources of respect and status which is learnt mostly through financial success and the growth of wealth. Social class may also refer to any particular level in such a grading, in most developed countries. The fact reminds us of the significance of social and economic causes of health. There is small uncertainty that the low average of living and persistence of total poverty in the developing world are the main factors of health in developing countries.
We have the knowledge that our life routes are socially and economically planned and is genetically determined, which changes the determinants of population health into a social science. Medical sciences speak about the biological paths involved in diseases. There are many opportunities for treatment, but so far health is a social creation and some forms of social organization tend to be healthier than others. To advance our understanding of health all depends on collective research. There was change in public health and there was a sudden rise in life expectancy in developing societies. Life expectancy in more developed societies has increased at the rate of two to three years added to life in the 20th century. The increases in our population’s life expectancy have mainly come from the decrease in infant and childhood deaths, as a result of this a more higher percent of the population now lives to old age.
The idea of the change in public health is used to represent the change in developing countries from infectious diseases as the main cause of death to progressive diseases. There is the reflection of variation that shows the curve of life expectancy that compares the increases of income in the more...