Watch online video clips from the documentary Unnatural Causes: Is Inequity Making Us Sick? Go to http://www.unnaturalcauses.org/video_clips.php, use the dropdown next to Select Filter in the center of the page in order to watch the clips associated with each episode.Episode 5: Three ClipsEpisode 6: Three ClipsEpisode 7: Two ClipsBased upon ALL of the video clips you have watched over the last few weeks, thoroughly answer each part of the following questions. Number your responses to correspond with each question e.g., 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 4c.1. (a) Why do we typically think of health only in terms of health care and personal behaviors? (b) What are the sources of these messages? (c) Who benefits from them? Explain.2. (a) What social and economic conditions support and encourage healthy choices? (b) What social and economic structures affect health that have nothing to do with individual choices?3. When confronted with evidence of health inequities, many people from United States respond that the outcomes are unfortunate but not necessarily unjust. (a) Define the term “just”. (b) Do you agree or disagree that the outcomes are not necessarily unjust? Explain why or why not.4. (a) What policies at the local, state or federal level (e.g., education, transportation, employment, etc.) might reduce social and economic inequities? (b) What would a more equitable society look like? (c) Who can make it happen?*Utilizing and citing at least two new academic sources, investigate and expand upon all four questions.