Medical Sociology investigates how culture and society impact on human health. It covers the study of health organizations, patient-doctor relationships, and includes physical and mental health conditions. Medical Sociologists are interested in where there are disparities in prevalence or outcome of a disease due to race, class, or other social issues.
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The disease COVID-19, caused coronavirus, was thought to originate from a seafood market in China, and be 10,000 years old... but it may come from elsewhere and be millions of years older.
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