Category: W2 Activity

Bad Sugar

    I scored a 4/10 on the Health Equity Quiz. I had expected to do better than this, but some of the facts were quite surprising. For example, the fact that we as Americans spend half of all health…

“Bad Sugar”

I did pretty awful on the Health Quiz.  A 4/10 if I’m not mistaken.  I was most interested by the life expectancy numbers, and the Washington, DC example of how you can see a difference of 20 years in life…

Bad Sugar

When I took the Health Equity quiz , I really didn’t do so well, I only scored a 30%. I wasn’t really familiar with the statistics with the U.S. and how the U.S. was ranked compared to other parts of…

Bad Sugar

My score on the Health Equity Quiz was 6/10. The most surprising facts from the quiz was that the U.S. life expectancy only ranks 29th in the world and that our gap in wealth is widening and it is effecting…

Place Matters

To my disbelief I was only able to answer 4 of them correctly, and that was mostly by guessing. The answers were quite shocking to say the least. The first, discouraging statistics is that we have better health care in…

In Sickness and in Wealth

I got 6 answers correct out of 10 on the health equity quiz. The statistic that was most surprising to me was that wealth was the biggest factor in determining whether an individual would be considered healthy or not. I…

Collateral Damage

On the health equity quiz I only got four of the ten questions correct. Many of the facts were shocking, but the one that stood out the most to me was that the American life expectancy compared to that of…

Becoming American

I was very surprised at my results on the Health Equity Quiz. I only scored a fifty percent, but what was most alarming to me were the statistics given with the answer. The fact that even though the technology in…

Collateral Damage

I scored a 2/10 on the health equity quiz, so not very well. Almost every question surprised me. For instance, the U.S. live expectancy ranks 29th in the world and dozens of counties have passed the U.S. I thought we…