A City Guide To Kumul for A second factor that may influence health is being part of a social minority. The experience of prejudice may contribute significantly to levels of stress and disease. N As many people in minority ethnic groups may also occupy lower socioeconomic groups, they may experience further stress as a result of this double inequity. Gender may influence health, but not only because of biological differences between the sexes.
Indeed, many apparent biological differences may result from the different psychosocial experiences of men and women.
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In addition n men engage in more health-compromising behaviours than women; n men are less likely to seek help following the onset of illness than women; n many women are economically inactive or in lower paid jobs than men. This makes them vulnerable to the problems associated with low socioeconomic status.
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