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Explain Health, Poverty, and Millennium Development Goals (MDG). Briefly discuss each concept on this list from the World Health Organization (WHO).

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From the World Health Organization perspective, health is the absence of disease within an individual or group, as well as the overall vitality of the individual in respect to their ability to carry out the essential functions of everyday living in an appreciable manner. In addition, according to the World Health Organization, health is one of the prerequisites to individuals being able to absorb and assimilate information in a manner that will give them the knowledge to be able to improve their socioeconomic and ...

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