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The book – Connected Lives: Families, households, health and care in South Africa (edited by Nolwazi Mkhwanazi and Lenore Manderson)1 – is about some of the core business of family medicine. In primary healthcare, and family medicine in particular, the context of the person being treated is central. The evolving understanding of social determinants of health and disease, the linkages between biological illness with social, nutritional, environmental and political context are increasinglydoi:10.4102/safp.v62i1.5192 pmid:33314948 fatcat:t7vsnfitxnbwvk7idac5pnhhgq