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One difference is that epidemiological measures are related to present states of health while broader population-based determinants are related to future patterns of reaction to disease and future patterns of disease distribution. One similarity is that, among other tools, both employ statistics to try to understand, control, and modify public health.
Briefly explain the two differences between traditional epidemiologic measures and broader population-based determinants used to measure population health;
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