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Conceptual Framework for Healthy Life Expectancy and Equity

Health, as defined by the World Health Organization, is a condition characterized by a level of healthy living that reduces the risk for death or other adverse medical conditions and enhances the quality of life. A wide variety of definitions have also been applied to health over time. In its most broad sense, health is regarded as the ability to survive and perform normally in the face of threatening physical factors or circumstances. It is acknowledged that being in good health is of paramount important for people to lead productive and satisfying lives. A healthy life has become synonymous with a long life and good health status.


The process of defining health has become more complex as the public has become more aware of their weight, height, diet, physical activity levels and other factors that affect their health. These indicators are used by healthcare professionals to identify those who require greater attention to improving their health, as well as those at risk of developing diseases or illnesses that could negatively impact their lifestyles and living standards. It is important to note that a person’s level of well-being is not necessarily equated to their level of health but rather their degree of fitness and physical functioning.

In order to reduce the levels of health care disparities experienced by people of differing socio-economic statuses, it is essential to address the issues related to social determinants of health and physical environments that can exacerbate or prolong existing health differences. An important example of these determinants is found in the gender composition of an individual. Men are now considered to be more health conscious and proactive than ever before and are more likely to consult with their doctors about their health concerns, if they are aware of them. However, this is not the case for women.

Women are now leading the way in the fight against social determinants of health. This has created a great opportunity for organizations to develop comprehensive action plans addressing health disparities. However, organizations must integrate the elements of an action plan into their overall health and wellness strategies, in order to be successful. For this reason, all stakeholders must be included in the planning phase of any strategic initiatives aimed at eliminating health disparities. This includes:

In addition to health policies that aim to provide appropriate access to quality health services and promote healthy life expectancy and longevity, a comprehensive wellness strategy should include an action plan on how to address social determinants of health. The action plan should also consider measures to prevent the occurrence and development of any potential illnesses or ailments associated with lifestyle factors, such as poor diet, smoking, obesity, lack of physical activity, lack of exercise, poor nutrition and other similar habits. These habits or lifestyles may be associated with a particular environmental setting, such as a poor environment or poor health policy. In fact, even if there is a good environment, a low level of physical activity and unhealthy eating habits can still contribute to health disparities.

One important tool in developing a health promotion strategy is the development of a conceptual framework that addresses the relationships between health and equity. Such a conceptual framework should draw on the concepts and research findings of health and disability studies, qualitative methods, qualitative study methodology and community health education. Such a framework may also incorporate the concepts of disadvantage, access, equity, and health promotion, and their intersections. The health equity conceptual framework should therefore integrate the concepts of health policy, health promotion, health equity, and health justice to form an overall holistic health policy.

What Is Beauty?


What Is Beauty?

Beauty is often described as a subjective feature of things which makes these things pleasing to see. These things include natural landscapes, sunsets, beautiful humans, and masterpieces of art. Beauty, along with personal taste and aesthetic sense, is perhaps the most important area of aesthetic philosophy, arguably the most important philosophical branch of all. As the famous French writer Malebolle argued beauty is a matter of the “abstraction of our inner being,” this line of thinking is at the heart of all aesthetic appreciation.

The essential characteristic of beauty, according to many philosophers, is symmetry. This suggests that all things must have a well-balanced aspect, a symmetrical aspect, a form that is both delicate and strong at the same time. Beauty therefore is a subjective aspect that can be considered in a number of different ways. According to the majority of philosophers, beauty is a sort of aesthetic objectivity, the ability to see an object or situation in a unique and particular way, and the ability to appreciate its inherent qualities regardless of their beauty.

In contrast, some other philosophers argue that beauty is not merely an aesthetic quality but also a physical attribute or trait that can be objectively measured. This school of thought is known as the post-rhetoric school of thought. Under this view, beauty is defined by what appeals to the majority of people. In fashion, beauty is often associated with the styles of high fashion designers such as Tom Ford or coats designed by British designer John Galliano, but this idea of beauty is not limited to fashion and does not mean that all fashionable people are aesthetically flawless.

On the other side of the argument, some people believe that beauty is a subjective aesthetic quality that is not dependent on the aesthetic senses but is grounded in the social world of everyday life. This school of thought is known as the aesthetic gaze theory or, more precisely, as the aesthetic context theory. According to this theory, beauty is not something that can be measured and appreciated independently of the person viewing it, or the social world. The social media aesthetic may appeal to some as opposed to others, but the truth is that it is only an aesthetic quality that can be objectively assessed.

However, there is still another school of thought in aesthetics which believes that beauty is something that is experienced rather than an objective quality. In this view, beauty is a sort of emotion and therefore something that can be objectively measured. If you look at a person lying on the beach, you will notice many aspects of the person such as the sun’s rays, the sand on the beach, and even the sea itself. However, these aspects of the body do not have any aesthetic value according to this school of thought.

Some people do consider that beauty is a subjective experience and only an aesthetic quality that can be measured. However, when you look at beauty through the eyes of a beholder, you can see different aspects of beauty in different subjects. Beauty is subjective and beauty can only be found in the mind of the beholder. What social media does is allow us to measure beauty objectively and thus redefine beauty.