Write a brief explanation of what factors might influence variability in health outcomes and how statistics can be used to identify differences between groups.
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Health outcomes for people may include physical, mental and social positive functioning and generally being well. It sums up being alive in human sense. This health outcomes include mortality, life expectancy, health status, disability, psychological distress among others. This outcomes differ greatly due a complexity of different factors. This factors according to Parrish RG (2003) include a set of cultural, environmental, political, social, economic, behavioral, and genetic factors in different levels and allocations. In general, diseases like lung cancer, diabetes and injuries from accidents influence health at critical or later stages or level of health. Meanwhile at distant or early stages cultural factors of poverty, age and education levels influence health outcomes and behavior factors like smoking, alcoholism, drugs, activity level and blood pressure/cholesterol also influence individual and community well being....
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