How can social workers influence both mindsets on both obesity and on HIV/AIDS?

THE BOOK REQUIRED for this Class for Philosophy of Social Work BY Figueira-McDonough, J. (2007). The welfare state and social work: Pursuing social Justice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN: 9780761930242. Finsterbusch, K. (2010). Annual editions: Sociology 09/10 (38th ed.). NY: McGraw-Hill. ISBN: 9780078127724. Hutchison, E. D., Matto, H. C., Harrigan, M. P, Charlesworth, L. W., Viggiani, P. A. (2007). Challenges of living: A multidimensional working Model for social workers. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN: 9781412908993. Dear Writer This paper has two question Kindly can I get the answer for each question separate I appreciate your help. Question # 1 Transmitted Illnesses and the Social Justice Framework Discussion Consider general access to care, maintenance of health and prevention of illness, and treatment of illness. Briefly compare differences in scope (the extent and relevance to the issue of social justice) of two the conditions, obesity and HIV/AIDS. Be sure to describe the demographics of the two populations. Cite readings to support your claims. • How can obesity and HIV/AIDS, and other socially influenced or transmitted illnesses, be explained by a social justice framework? • What are the American mindsets on both obesity and on HIV/AIDS? • How can social workers influence both of these mindsets? Question # 2 Growing Aging Population Discussion Explain issues around access to care and prevention of illness as well as institutions that serve the aging healthy, the aging sick, and the aging disabled. • What are the social justice implications of a growing aging population on the health care and disability systems? • What are the intentions and practices of social work with the aging?