Health inequalities have been a persistent and challenging issue across the globe, with significant impacts on individual well-being, healthcare systems, and society at large. This descriptive quantitative study examines the association between socioeconomic status (SES) and health disparities, focusing on the complex relationship between unequal distributions of health outcomes among people of district Okara. Non probability random sampling used to access the respondents (N=350) the results of the study showed that individuals with high socioeconomic status have lower health inequalities. However, the individuals with lower socioeconomic status have high health inequalities.
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