Lifestyle a Social production of disease
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Pakistan
Individuals’ actions are blamed for being at highest risk for ill health, even when their choices have been constrained by public policies and corporate practices. Whereas, there is a relationship between lifestyle and health inequities which is be briefly explored in this paper. It also covers the emergence of lifestyle as a concept and concludes that instead of just targeting individuals to change lifestyle, strategies should also be employed to improve their social determinants of health.
International Journal of Nursing Education
Rattani, S. A.
(2015). Lifestyle a Social production of disease. International Journal of Nursing Education, 7(3), 61-63.
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