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Health inequality is the relation between health status and access to health services due to certain characteristics.
Example 1: The spread of AIDS runs rampant through places like Africa because people have a harder time accessing health care and education.
Example 2: Those who live far from medical care will typically have more health problems than those who live close to medical facilities.
GDP is the total products or services produced by a country in a single year. This helps determine the overall wealth of a country and indicates that the U.S. is a leader.
Other countries with lower GDPs have better health outcomes than the U.S. showing that we should put more effort into health care to help our population.
It shocks me to learn about how incomparable our GDP is with our health care.
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