This is a sentence from a student's composition:
'Every third person on our planet has those or other restrictions on health.'
I understand what the student wants to say, but I do not like 'those or other restrictions on health'.
I would say 'has that or another health-related problem'.
What is your opinion?
Thank you for the time and help.
Not knowing the full context I might be swayed into saying "Every third person has some sort of restrictions on health..."
Not a teacher, AmE native
Here is the text of the composition with my corrections:
Dear Mr. Ross! Every third person on our planet has those or other restrictions on health. I
address to you with therequest you to send money for the creation of an art school for disabled children -invalids. At this school they cancould get acquainted with the mostdifferent kinds of creativity. It willwould give them stimulus for life and belief in thetheir own forces. The art school creation willwould allow them to look at itselfthemselves on the other hand. Creativity is a therapy for a disabled person.. Thank you very much! Creativity cures, especially if person is in such situation in a different light