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I am looking for your help in writing the well directed essays. It should be maximum 2 pages with maximum 650- 700 words for each page.
Please try to make it as high quality to be exactly as the directions stated with simple english language.
• Respond to both essays 1 and 2.
• Don't exceed 700 words for each (each essay should be 700 words at maximum).
• Cite at least 5 different articles (of those attached) for each essay.
• Don't use long quotations. Quotations that exceed the equivalent of two lines will result in a reduced grade.
• Be sure that you have a clear thesis statement and that your argument is logical, coherent and evidence-based.
Respond to the following question as directed above:
How and why do race and Social Economic Status (SES) affect population health? Identify causes/ mechanisms and public health implications.
Health literacy is the degree to which individual have the capacity to obtain, process and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decision, ‘Healthy People 2020'. Effective translation of public health practices to audiences requires an ability to communicate public health messages in a way that "keeps it real".
Based on articles attached:
Identify any one (1) public health message in any medium (public services announcement (PSA)- TV ad, radio, youtube, etc., or print material/ pamphlet/ notice). Attach the health message for me to look at.
Step 2:Describe (if possible)
• Who is the intended audience(s)?
• What is the primary message?
• What is the message asking the viewer to "d" - "what is the call to action?"
Evaluate the overall strengths and weaknesses of the public health message citing at least 5 of the articles attached (as directed above). From a public health perspective, how might you improve on the message?
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There are variations for race in health. The difference in SES contributes to the racial disparities across the racial groups in health(WilliamW. Dressler, 14 Jun 2005).
In US, racial ethnic disparitieshave been long noted forhealth. It has as of late been contended that albeit dark ladies fall behind other social gatherings on some societal markers, they are regardless quickly turning into a "model minority" on an expansive scope of pointers. Racial contrasts frequently endure even at "identical" levels of SES(Derek M . Griffith, 2010). Racism is an additional burden for non-dominant populaces. Individual and institutional separation, alongside the disgrace of mediocrity, can antagonistically influence health by limiting financial open doors and portability(Jo C. Phelan, 2004).
Recent national study found that although blacks have lower current and lifetime rates of major depression than whites, the cases of depression among blacks were more likely to be persistent, severe, disabling, and untreated(Jackson, 2005). Further evidence of the early health deterioration of African Americans compared to whites comes from analyses of a 10-item measure of allostatic load that was attempting to capture the physiologic burden on multiple biological systems in the NHANES data(Michael Marmot J. A., 2011), due to the wear and tear of exposure to stressors and other environmental adversity. This study found that blacks had higher scores than whites at all ages, with the racial differences being most marked between 35 and 64 years.