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Running Head: Designing Healthy Communities 1 Designing Healthy Communities Name School – BIO201 Prof. 09/15/2017 PROMPT: Consider the multidisciplinary interactions of biological and social sciences as presented in Chapter 2 of Global Public Health. With this in mind, perform an analysis of the information delivered in this episode about the connection between diabetes and suburban sprawl, as discussed in the text.
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Designing Healthy Communities 2 The video breaks down components that move thriving and which hurt achievement and how we are not living strong lives, and how we have such a vital number of obese individuals in the Unites States, and how this has been passed on to other generations. There are kids out there with grown-up starting diabetes, and we are less doing that much about it since we are so far eating can't. Dr. Jackson talks about that it is so commonplace to go out and buy hopeless sustenance since they are so ratty, however that is not the approach. He in like way talks about how we need to change our urban ranges, and fix the devilishness that we made over the latest 40 years. He passes on that we require dreams for our urban ranges, and redesign them for everyone to live in. Human practices expect an essential part in picking human flourishing and in that limit we should consider an area of the components tended to by Dr. Jackson since we overall in all have a stake in run of the mill general prospering, and as conditions go into rot, so does the physical and vigorous achievement of people. Relate the information from this episode to what you learned in Chapters 1 and 2 of your textbook, Global Public Health. What specific public health disciplines mentioned in Chapter 2 of your textbook are related to the information presented in the video and why?
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