Survival, Primary Healthcare and Wellbeing
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Primary healthcare a survival strategy strengthens survival. 102 patient visitors 34 each visiting allopathic, homeopathic and herbal clinics having different treatment approach with different expense tested on Satisfaction with Life Scale and Scale of Positive and Negative Experience. It was assumed that scores might provide hint about the role of satisfaction and emotion in survival. Correlation between positive affect and life satisfaction, r(100) = .494, p < 0.05 emerged, inverse correlation found between positive affect and negative effect, r100) = -.224. p < 0.01, as well as between positive affect and life satisfaction, r(100) = -.252. p < 0.01. Some visible findings about the relationship of economic status of participants’ and gender differences noted. Present day survival resemblance with ancient survival discussed.