Health, Wellness & Determinants of Human Health

Health, wellness, and the determinants of human health are interconnected facets crucial to understanding holistic well-being. This research theme delves into the multifaceted influences shaping individuals' health outcomes, including social, economic, environmental, and behavioral factors. By examining these determinants, researchers aim to develop comprehensive strategies for promoting healthier lifestyles, preventing diseases, and fostering equitable access to healthcare services. Understanding the intricate interplay between these elements is essential for designing effective interventions and policies aimed at improving public health on a global scale.

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