University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, 14260-4000 the United States of America
In China, there is a phenomenon of uneven development in different regions of the same urban. These uneven developments lead to health inequality. Base on Fuzhou, China, this article analyzes the uneven distribution of urban resources in different areas in Fuzhou, includes the uneven distribution of hospitals, the uneven distribution of parks, and the uneven distribution of education resources. Through the analysis, this article draws a conclusion that the uneven distribution of urban resources eventually leads to the occurrence of health inequality in different areas of the urban. These factors are directly or indirectly related to people's health and affect people's physical or mental health.
Health Inequality, SES, China, Fuzhou
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