While high rates of specialist physicians have been shown to be associated with higher utilization, sufficient availability of primary care physicians is essential for preventive care.
Access to fast food restaurants is correlated with a high prevalence of overweight, obesity, and premature death.
Not only does one’s education level affect his or her health; education can have multigenerational implications that make it an important measure for the health of future generations.
STIs are associated with a significantly increased risk of morbidity and mortality, including increased risk of cervical cancer and involuntary infertility.
Poverty can result in an increased risk of mortality, prevalence of medical conditions and disease incidence, depression, intimate partner violence, and poor health behaviors.
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