Below I have added the intro paragraph I have. This is for my Thesis. I don’t have time to do the research or the annotated bib. Please help me. I do Have a few sources I have found if you would like them. Children who grow up in lower socioeconomic households have less access to health education, putting them at risk for making poor health decisions. This is because economic classes are the main determinants of how resources and facilities required for health education are distributed. Economic inequality has always been a common trend in most parts of the world. The poorer households often lack the exposure to conditions that would favor their efforts of trying to advance to a higher class. The life experiences, people they interact with, and the level of education for themselves as well as their parents make it (more) difficult to access proper health-related information. Being inadequately informed can also contribute as a barrier. As a result, they are more susceptible to a range of diseases, including psychological disorders due to the higher incidence of drug use and other substances which lead to deterioration of their health. A few major concerns for an epidemiologist in this context would include: Diseases (cardiovascular disease, hypertension, arthritis, diabetes, cancer, etc.) in these lower SES areas and their prevalence when compared to higher income areas, highest level of education obtained by the parents, the proportion of drug abuse in different regions, the likelihood of existing norms (which may be a major issue exposing children to more risks), and the potential implementation of cost-friendly interventions (at which stage in life might this intervention be most effective).