Week3paper

Finding The LinkDaniel PlaceresWest Coast UniversityBad health equals poverty.The causes of poor health for millions globally are rooted in political, social and economic injustices. We can argue but it’s highly plausible that we’ll never have the right answer to what links good and evil One thing that it’s unarguably the answer is better education to those in poverty. We’ve found concrete evidence that to break the link is this missing yet valuable point. Poverty and poor health worldwide are inextricably linked. The main control behind this lis governments. Some governments make a facade that promote “Free Health Care” and while yes it’s appreciated, their agenda is being helped. The government in terms needs population control so by having poverty they in some course of action have a greater control.Poverty increases the chances of poor health. How do they relate, well a person in poverty can’t have the best access to a well balanced diet. Mostly, if not always a person who’s in poverty will have insufficient food supply  to sustain a normal life. In turn this type of condition lead to erratic decisions and behavior.Poverty is both a cause and a consequence of poor health.  Poor health is a condition of inability to perform physically, mentally or socially of what is required from a person. Poor health can mean bad hygiene physically. Poor interpersonal skills leaves them poor socially.