what are the difference between general production functions and health production functions?please answer the question broadly... clarify the matter with example..
In taxonomizing the body’s various parts (circulatory, respiratory, neurological, etc.), one useful division is: the organs that serve the body’s function as living organisms (reproductive organs, kinetic parts–muscles, sinews, etc.-- breathing, circulation, digestion)—and those which serve to regulate, repair, and maintain the body’s health. Obvious examples are the liver, kidneys, thyroid, etc. – the cleaners, regulators, and repairers. The fact that they very often cross over and do both (the brain, for example) does not nullify the division. And obviously a malfunction in one affects the ability of the other to do its job – AIDS damages the auto-immune system (a health production system), causing a breakdown in, for example, our respiratory system (a general production system).