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IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL FACTORS IN HEALTH: CAUSES OF THE CAUSES

Iftikhar Ahmad

Abstract: The industrial revolution in 1830 led to the urbanization resulting in creation of urban slums. More complex health problems ultimately steered the concept of public health. The social revolution during the Second World War emphasized that health could only be achieved through socioeconomic improvement. Progress in the field of social sciences rediscovered that man is a social being, not only a biological animal. Social services for the improvement of life conditions have been the major factors in reducing mortality, morbidity and improving the standard of life of an individual, family and society.
Keywords: revolution / ultimately / animal / steered / man / slums / rediscovered / morbidity / sciences / mortality

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