Health as a Social Institution

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1) What do you think Canadians can learn from other cultures about the treatment of illnesses?

2) Define good health, illness, and disease in your own words and use examples.*

Put yourself in someone's place living in a non-Western nation. How and why might that person define it differently?

(* I don't think I'll need any help for the 1st part of question #2.)

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