Social determinants of health (SDHs) are the non-medical factors that influence our health. These include our living conditions, the learning and work opportunities available to us, and social norms. Research suggests SDHs are more important than health care or lifestyle choices. Some studies say SDHs account for 30-55% of health outcomes. People who live in poorer areas tend to have poorer health.
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