What Wellness Doesn’t Fix

As popular as wellness is these days, it’s not going to fix the kinds of problems that do the most damage to people’s health. This article by Katherine Rowland focuses on the issue from the perspective of women, but it has a lot of insights for men, too.

According to one well-trafficked statistic, the social determinants of health – factors like air quality, domestic safety, community support and education access – account for as much as 80% of health outcomes. But these realities are neatly erased from most wellness marketing.

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Written by

Aaron Miller

Aaron Miller

Provo, UT