Health matters to all of us, but people tend to think about it in narrow, stigmatizing, and fatalistic ways. Framing can help widen the lens.
Too often, factors and circumstances that shape our health are devalued or ignored. The public, elected officials, and some health providers tend to focus narrowly on lifestyles and behaviors.
Language can entrench and spread misconceptions—or it can unlock alternative ideas and perspectives.
Explore these studies to find frames that help explain the social determinants of health and health equity.
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