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 Social Support and Health State

  • Elena Iulia Mardare (University of Bucharest, Lecturer, PhD, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, University of Bucharest, 9 Schitu Magureanu Street, sector 1, Bucharest, Romania, E-mail:

In the last years we witness an intensification of the preoccupation regarding health state, more precisely the studies that analyse the individual, psychosocial, family, organizational, community and society state of health. Problems such as: heard diseases, anxiety, depression, cancer, accidents, drug consumerism, or lack or ignorance of family planning, dysfunctional relations, pollution, social isolation, inability to cope with occupational and family stressors, interpersonal violence, HIV/AIDS infection, sexually transmitted diseases, the growth of medical costs, reduced access to medical care, or non-existent access to psychosocial and medical-social services all these represent and have represented endless reasons to focus on these efforts. This is the reason the analysis, prevention and rebutment of factors that trigger these kinds of problems are necessary. The aim is to maintain a state of health natural to normal development of family and society.

Keywords: health state, anxiety, depression, cancer, accidents, drug consumerism