Explain howpopulations react biologically to a social condition.

DUE 12-11-16 AT 7P.M EASTERN TIME..BE ON TIME  READ CAREFULLY It is these interactions between biology and social conditions that can contribute to an inequitable distribution of ill health and disease.Following the tenets of ecosocial theory, health professionals have developEcosocial theory provides health professionals with an opportunity to understand why populations react biologically to a social condition.ed a framework to which health issues can be applied that is beneficial in devising new approaches for promoting positive health outcomes called the Socio-Ecological Model (SEM).The SEM is an organizing framework that health professionals can use to better understand the multifaceted interaction between the individual, relationships, community, and societal factors. Prevention is the centralized goal of avoiding or eliminating negative health issues; however the individual factors must be assessed in order to develop effective interventions. Although multiple versions of the SEM have been developed for individual health issues, they have in common the concept of multilevel systems of mutual influence and interaction, moving from the individual level through linkages to larger social networks that include the family, community, environment, social institutions, and government.