Interpretative storytelling is the crown of journalism, and many an editor will frown upon stories that merely state obvious facts, or regurgitate what news subjects said or did. But the media sometimes subtracts meaning and adds nonsense, which leaves the audience none the wiser.
In the above picture caption, it's being suggested that physical well-being is an attribute that's being directly linked with home ownership.
If 'healthy' individuals own some of the depicted houses, is the reader supposed to imagine there is another group of 'unhealthy' individuals in the same settlement scheme that don't own houses like those captured in the photo?
And just how insensitive can that kind of reporting be?
Here, it looks like there's inadequate editorial 'wealth'...
...and that is not healthy!