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    On the six year after stealing the groundhog’s shadow, the city prepared for Groundhog Day. It was a sunny and bright day in Puttingneg. I ate breakfast, quickly and jump into our vehicle. My mom said, “Chelsea, What’s wrong? “Mom nothing is wrong.” I replied. “Why are you just sitting in the car?” She asked. I said, “I don’t want to make us late for ground hog.” “I can‘t remember the last time, you’ve been ready to attend the ground hog celebration, Chelsea.” She replied. I said, “You’ve been through a lot, I just want to be supportive.” “Thank you dear.” She replied. My mom got into the car and we drove off heading to the zoo. The Zoo was ten miles from my house. During our ride, I ask mom, “Do you think the groundhog will cast a shadow.” She responded, “I surely hope so. This city has been through enough over the years.” “I know it will be different this time.” I said. Mom replied, “How do you know?” I said, “I just have a good feeling.” Mom replied, “I am glad somebody believes. We have been proving wrong for five years.” The rest of the ride was quiet. Mom seems as if she was in deep thought. She kept eyes glue to the road. Before I knew it, we were at the zoo. There was no parade planned nor huge crowds as before. It was only a handful of people. As mom and I got out of the car, I heard someone shout, “Chelsea.” It was Cindy. She must have arrived early with her mom. I answered, “Hi Cindy!” As I was getting ready to talk to Cindy, James, Paul…

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    hereditary factors (Marmot & Wilkinson, 2005). Social determinants of health are an accumulation of lifetime experience, shaped by social conditions and socio-economic factors that influence variation in health status between an individual or groups of individuals (World Health Organisation; WHO, 2008). For example, neighbourhoods where good transit, health food and public services are difficult to access are more likely to have higher rates of diabetes (Marmot & Wilkinson, 2006). While medical…

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    hierarchical fashion with the queen Naked Mole Rat being the only one that reproduces. Worker rats work diligently searching for food and maintaining their burrows. Their teeth are used for digging, so their lips close behind their teeth to prevent soil from entering their mouth. Naked Mole Rats live almost entirely underground, so their eyesight is quite poor, but they make that up with an exceptional sense of smell. Rodents truly are the most adaptable species of mammals. One last mammal…

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    Michael Marlot Speech

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    Close the health gap presented by Michael Marmot discussed the implications of the social determinants of health on the life expectancy, overall health, and quality of health for those who are at greater risk of social determinants of health. Marmot discusses the implication of the social determinants of health in a variety of countries such as the United Kingdom, United States of America, and Canada. Although each country has its own unique culture and population, all are impacted by social…

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    is everyone’s business’ illustrates Jones (2012, p.2). The Faculty of Public Health regard public health as a combination of health protection, health advancement and promoting health (Griffiths and Dark, 2006 cited in Jones p.6 2012). For part 1 of this assignment, public health in context aims to set the scene and illustrate the challenges. Health inequalities arising in society will be addresed and critically evaluated using the Marmot Review and the associated policy objectives in relation…

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    Within the Dahlgren and Whitehead model, culture influences smoking as it helps to condition individuals to what is normative. Youth living in deprived areas are more likely to smoke, with Maori youth being twice as likely (Ministry of Health, 2010). Maori non-smokers are also more likely to be exposed to second-hand smoke at home, contributing to the increased risk of death by disease (Ministry of Health, 2010). The economic environment of a developed country influences health patterns. Within…

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    Do not you hate sticking around for the carriage of that special package to your article box? Do not you get a piece angry when something else obtains shared? All points taken into consideration, Mr. Testy McGrump recognizes exactly exactly how it really feels! Yes, Mr. McGrump is back! However, no, he is not pleased to satisfy you once again. In case you loved Do Not Disturb, will certainly be shocked with Do Not Disturb 2! Brand new material from your most liked marmot - or possibly the stand…

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    Social Exclusion

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    of life and are more likely to be victims of premature death. As discussed in Social Determinants of Health: The Solid Facts, “…as much as one quarter of the total populations – and a higher proportion of children – live in relative poverty” (Wilkinson and Marmot, 2003). Elderly people in particular may find it difficult to navigate facilities such as public transport. This means they are reluctant to take part in community events and don’t have the opportunity to socialise. This causes them to…

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    causes: they are a social determinant of health that interact with other social determinants of health. The most obvious of the problems caused by neighborhood disadvantage is stress. High levels of stress over long periods of time increase the probability of developing hypertension, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, depression, and stroke (Marmot and Wilkinson 2008). The lack of available employment in the neighborhood is extremely stressful for residents, and can result in a lower…

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    For example Marmot (2005) explains that in countries such as America there is a significant difference between the age of life expectency and social economic status. In countries such as Greece low income is more equally distributed and the difference between social statuses is low the life expectancy and health status is strikingly good, despite low…

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