A review on socioeconomic aspects and their tangible effects on health and disease


Deepak Singh, Rishi Kapoor Poddar, Raghvendra Misra,
Teerthanker Mahaveer College of Pharmacy, Moradabad, India.

Vimal Mohan Pandey
Dixit college of Pharmacy, Rampur, India.


Although several methods have been employed to operationalize socioeconomic position, money, social class, and education are the most common ones. In this study, we also include occupational complexity and a SES-index as alternatives to income. Research has shown that social and economic factors influence the health disparities in the general population. The study's goals were to determine how socioeconomic factors affected nutritional status.