Talk:Social determinants of health

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This page is fine. Right wing trolls: Stay paid.[edit]

It is abusive and contemptuous of knowledge, that every single Wikipedia page that suggests that inequality, tyranny, elite barbarism, inhumanity, and fascism have negative effects and are socially, political and/or economically irrational, are trolled by paid right-wing hacks, who wallpaper them all with Wikipedia 'warnings'. The knowledge area on this page, the social determinants of health, is legitimate and a universe outside the paradigm, knowledge, and tolerance of right-wing paid trolls. It shouldn't have to wear their piss-badges right at the top. Wikipedia should have a policy that confines paid and activist conservatives and their liberal allies' graffiti to their subjects of expertise: neoclassical economics, Schmitt, Hayek, Ayn Rand, 50 Shades of Gray, positive psychology, the Chamber of Commerce, teevee shows, slavery, charity, feudalism, sycophants, retainers, golf, fundamentalist Christian movies, the defense industry, apotheosis, etc. Blanche Poubelle (talk) 00:30, 4 May 2014 (UTC)

Any suggestions and feedback[edit]

Hi! I am a part of Rice University taking a course that is involved with the education program of Wikipedia. I was very interested in the relationship between health and how society affects this. I plan to create a new article that would be titled Social determinants of health in Mexico and would love all your help. I posted a sample outline of the new page in my sandbox on my userpage and I'd appreciate the feedback.

Also, I noticed the previous concerns of this page, so I'd like some advice on some useful sources that go with the topic. Thanks!

Cristell24 (talk) 02:28, 9 October 2013 (UTC)