Problem: Riegelman and Kirkwood (2014) list a number of social determinants of health such as behavior, infection, genetics, culture, socioeconomic, etc... (Riegelman, R., and Kirkwood, B. 2014). Riegelman and Kirkwood define socioeconomic determinants as "socioeconomic factors have been defined as education, income, and occupational status (Riegelman, R., and Kirkwood, B. 2014). However, the challenge arises when we try to determine what level of education and what amount of income are the cut-off for these socioeconomic determinants' negative impact on health. Poverty and inequality are considered social health determinants. Mooney and Nubong (2008) state "There are many ways in which the issues of poverty and inequality can affect health, the most obvious one with respect to poverty being infant mortality" (Mooney, G.F., Nubong, G. 2008). What other health conditions are related to poverty? What are the causal links between poverty and ill-health and between inequality and ill-health?