An illness has wider social implications and refers to the personal experience while a disease is a malfunctioning diagnosed by a qualified health practitioner as suggested by Davey and Seale (2002). The negative approach is dominant over the positive approach and has implications on health measurement since it indicates health in a negative perspective by measuring how unhealthy the population is. Social surveys including the General Household survey (GHS) research on health matter giving unbiased analysis. Health matters vary in many ways according to sex, age, social classes, ethnic groups, location and the social structure. There are multiple factors affecting health and inequality including socio-economic, physical environment and psychological factors.
Unequal access to proper transport has adverse implications on social mobility and this determines access to health services and education. According to reports lack of access to a vehicle is the main transport factor affecting exclusion of the low-income group. It is stated that transport provision and cost may act as a hindrance to access to health facilities which leads to poor health among the excluded people. A Social Exclusion Review Unit studied the problems associated with access to health care and the impact of traffic on marginalized communities. Levels of exclusion are associated with economic status of individuals, age and geographical location and affect both urban and rural inhabitants’ lack of money, physical immobility and timings and routing of public means of transport.
There is a positive relationship between ownership of proper housing and the affordability of quality health services by an individual. This is affected by the income of an individual and affects other factors including education of the individual. Proper housing has evidence of positive health choices and development of attitudes and aspirations for the