Population Health: Crash Course Sociology #43

A person can be healthy…but can a country be healthy? Population health indicators measure the distribution of health throughout a given population. These kinds of indicators are what sociologists use to study patterns in health outcomes across different social groups. Because, like all things sociological, we want to understand the wider patterns of health. So, […]

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Why Public Health?

Public health to me means trying to keep people healthy and preventing them from getting sick and trying to make sure that everyone has access to health and what they need to be healthy. Quite honestly, public health means the world to me. I have a medical background and I realized that I wouldn’t be […]

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Video 3 – Your Health Information, Your Rights

– [Voiceover] You need to know and understand your right to access your health information and medical records. This short educational video includes key information to help you better understand your rights regarding your health information and your right to provide access to others of your choosing including family members, caregivers, or a mobile device […]

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Staying Healthy Is Actually Killing Us – The Jim Jefferies Show

>>These guys dying healthy it seems harder than ever.>>For even the most basic health advice seems impossible. Which brings us to tonight’s big question what do you people want from me.>> From May.>>First we need to get enough exercise. In general adults should get about five hours a week of moderate exercise or two and […]

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