Health Inequities are the differences in one's health status and the accessibility that they have to items or things that affect ones health directly.
One example of Health Inequities are 1: The differences between elderly people and younger populations and their abilities.
Another example of Health Inequities is; Differences in mortality rates between people from different social classes and how that affects their lives in the future.
The United States' GDP is upwards of 18 trillion dollars and with the way this country is moving and the direction its in, I have no doubt that it will continue to grow.
Although we have a good GDP there are many countries that have lower or similar GDP but also have more accessibilities than we do here in the United States.
What surprised me was how different social classes can directly affect your health inequities. This makes me realize how important it is to work hard in school/your job and work hard throughout my life to keep myself and family healthy.
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