There are many socio-economic factors that are likely to influence current health. If people are living in poor housing conditions which could mean that their health might not be so good, they could be given housing benefits to improve the conditions. If the area where you are living, the environment might not be very good, like the waste management could be bad. To stop this from happening, all the waste management could be recycled. In the urban areas, there will be easy access to health services; although this is a good thing, there can be a lot of pollution as there will be a lot of transport in the area. Whereas in rural areas, the area would be quite but you will not have easy access to health services. This would mean that if you are not well or needed to see a doctor, then you would have to go to a town to the doctors which would far away and expensive. To make it easier for people not to travel all the way to town to go to the doctors, they could provide doctors surgery in the rural area or could have a doctor that would be around the area all the time, like the district nurse. Environment Factors
In some areas the water supply might not be very good, to stop this from happening, they could be given clean water from the shops which could be provided from the council if they are unable to get the water themselves. Some people could be living in housing which are overcrowded and have poor housing conditions; this could mean that they could easily catch any of diseases. To stop this, they could ask the council for housing benefits to help them with some of people that are living in their homes. In the...