Nowadays, there are so many problems and issues that the world is facing. Most of the governments try their best to overcome these problems. One of the major problems that the world has always suffered from, but increased lately, is global warming. By definition, it is the increase in the earth’s temperature due to the increase of emission of greenhouse gases. This emission of greenhouse gases has increased drastically in the past few years.
Through the past 50 years gun problems have peaked and caused issues through the public and media and even government has gotten involved on the issue. Lately the issue has increased incredibly. Mass shootings have become more frequent in the 2000s. It seems as if terrorism has frequently risen but alongside that so have our defenses to stop these things. Defenses are important for saving human lives.
In today’s society, pharmaceutical drugs have become an integral part of our daily lives. They are being used for a variety of things that include getting rid of headaches, mood stabilizer, hormonal regulation, treating our livestock and even antidepressants. The use of pharmaceutical drugs has been increasing dramatically, and is constantly being improperly disposed. As a result, the waters are being contaminated, which in turn leads to both public health and environmental hazards. These hazards are not only bad for our health, but create a large economic burden for society.
Ocean acidification has become a problem more and more over the years. This problem is something that needs to be taken seriously. With the amount we burn of CO2 is increasing everyday and is something that is not just going to stop. With our population growing and growing so does our manufacturing plants. These are the most pollution making places that create the CO2.
In recent years, homelessness has become an extreme problem within America and its beloved cities. It has hit a country-wide record in growth that the public and government cannot ignore any longer. Homelessness is so important in society today, because it affects all of American society, and it has become essential for the country to help find ways to help those in need due to its large scale of growth because the economy is declining. So far, some measures are being taken in order to relieve the problem, but it still begins to grow even more with everyday that goes by. For many years now, the homelessness community has needed a change within the United States.
The rates are already up. “We are disheartened because every suicide is a tragedy, and the suicide rate in the US has been steadily increasing for years. The more the public understands about suicide prevention, the more likely we’ll see the rate of suicide begin to decrease. Creating a culture open to talking about mental health and suicide prevention is critical. Making treatment truly accessible for all people is paramount” (Moutier).
Oil fracking has caused a lot of controversy the last couple years. Many believe that it is causing more harm than good. The House Committee of Natural Recourses had an entire meeting discussing oil fracking on federal managed and Native Lands. It also uses an incredible amount of water and chemicals. Many believe that this is the causation of many earthquakes that have occurred in the last years.
Concussions and the affects and awareness on the topic “In recent years, concussions have received significant media attention as high profile athletes have come forward to shear their experiences and long-term struggles with this specific type of traumatic brain injury. 10% of head and spinal cord injuries are due to sports related activities (Staffary).” As the popularity of sports grow so does the amount of spinal cord and brain injuries. In the recent years, concussions have received significant amount of media attention. High profile athletes have finally come forward to shear their experiences with concussions and the long term effects and struggles with that particular type of traumatic brain injury. Life long effects are not just true
There are many problems that threatens society and one problem in particular, air pollution is a problem that threatens everyone. Air pollution is the contamination of air with pollutants that are harmful to humans, animals, and the environment. It began to be a problem when humans discovered the uses of fire and then the amount of air pollution exponentially grew after the industrial revolution, and is still a problem even today. The largest causes of air pollution are from human activities such as burning of fossil fuels and gas emissions from manufacturing plants. There are ways that ordinary people can help contribute to prevent air pollution and or else face the dangerous consequences of polluted air.
Cardiovascular disease is a term used to describe a large group of diseases that all have common risk factors and this term covers conditions such as chronic kidney disease, vascular dementia and Heart failure. (Gov.uk) Because of the vastness of the subject this essay will focus on the topic of health promotion in heart disease. Heart disease can have a major impact on the long term health of any individual person as this can often lead on to other related conditions developing. (British Heart Foundation) Because of the increased stress on finance and the increased loss of life the department of health put a plan together to help promote awareness and the importance of keeping your heart healthy. Over the last ten years or so there has been
INTRO: Air pollution is a worldwide human health risk that affects people of all social classes. The most polluted cities can be found in developed countries such as the United States, China, and the UK. Although air pollution can be the result of natural phenomena such as volcanoes and storms, much of today’s issues stem from anthropogenic i.e. human, causes. Houston, Texas is one of the largest cities in the United States and, unfortunately, the quality of their atmosphere reflects the city’s expansive area, many shipping ports, chemical plants, and high traffic.
It 's job is to control air emissions from both mobile and immobile sources. Since the Clean Air Act was implemented, not only has the emission of six different types of pollutants dropped 69 percent in the time between 1970 and 2014, but the Act has also helped prevent thousands of people from becoming ill with serious health effects during these years. In order for there to be any action taken by the government, the Act asks for the state and the EPA to help solve these problems by using programs that are based on the newest technological and scientific information. However, we still face problems with air pollution today, and it still threatens the health and welfare of all
Thousands of jobs were created by this new industrialization and North Dakota’s economy is flourishing. But, aside from the benefits that the industry has brought, the oil boom, and the widespread use of hydraulic fracturing, has exposed many underlying issues. With the population rising, crime rates have soared; there are more burglaries, rapes and drug trafficking than the state has ever seen. But the issues don’t stop there: the controversial practice of fracking has come under fire as evidence points to fracking as the cause for both harmful air and water contamination. The effects of fracking have not only affected the people living in the North Dakota oil-towns, but also the animals, and the flora and fauna that have been gravely impacted as well.
A topic that has been talked about a lot lately in the United States and many other major countries this year has been immigration. This topic has been around for a very long time, but it’s been getting a lot of media attention lately in many major countries because of the increased media coverage of immigration over the last few years. The reasons for immigration have been mostly the same throughout history: war, famine, and bad governments. So, how do the people of the United States feel about immigration? Well, there are many different perspectives on present day immigration.