Some women believe abortions are giving them rights but having an abortion is not the only way. Adoption is a much better option over abortion. An unwanted or unplanned pregnancy can scare some. This leads many rushing into abortion looking for a “‘quick fix.’” The American Adoption Agency stated, “...for every 149 women who choose abortion, only one woman chooses adoption” (American Adoptions, Inc).
For instance, if “people become confident of their children's survival, than childbirth rates will drop.” (Gale, Population Growth, Environmental Encyclopedia) Besides the fact that most believe that developed countries attribute to the population growth the most, which is a misconception. Undeveloped countries are, in fact, the main contributor to the rising population rate. Most families “in poor countries often have five to ten children,” (Gale, Population Growth, Environment Encyclopedia) to insure that they have someone to take care for them in their old age. By aiding undeveloped countries, eventually they will grow to be confident that their children will survive and the numbers will decrease further.
Research shows that 99% of the children who are given the shot is protected after the three doses. Despite this research is still being carried out. About how long the protection of this vaccine lasts. Some say that it last for over 10 years, but others say that it lasts more since no vaccine is recommend for adults. In addition some children do not respond to the vaccine and research said that it might be genetic.
“It's an encouraging trend, given that research shows many people with mental health conditions don't seek treatment due to fear of shame or judgment.” I strongly believe that this statement is true. Many are terrified of what others think of them, so they hide their feelings. So many don’t want to talk about what is going on in their mind. However, Demi Lovato says she, “personally finds that talking about what's going on in her mind gives her the perspective she needs, but it takes work and time to uncover what works best for each individual.”
This can improve their employment potential as more jobs continue to require postsecondary education. A research report from Georgetown University said “By 2020, 65 percent of all jobs in the economy will require postsecondary education and training beyond high school (citation).” Even the relatively low cost of community college can discourage potential students who are devoid of time and money. Unfortunately, many prospective students cannot receive financial aid despite being too poor to attend
Almost fifteen percent had the case goals long-term foster care or anticipation. Although goal seems to be an accurate term for giving up on finding families for these abandoned youth, The process of adopting a child out of foster care is shockingly slow, resulting in children becoming less likely to be adopted as the kid grows older. The average length of time and continuous foster care for the one hundred and fifteen thousand children who are waiting to be adopted is 38 months. 44,000 have been in continuous care for more than three years and nineteen thousand for more than five years. Children adopted in 2009 stayed in foster care for an average of fourteen months between termination of parental rights and adoption.
The Interconnectedness of Loss Losing someone is inevitable. Because of that inevitability, people find it hard to move on and forgive. Because of that inevitability, conflicts rise and when comfort and unity is needed, it is not there. Because of that inevitability, people are influenced to do things, whether negative or positive, to ease the pain that they know they have to endure. Just like this, Saints at the River is also conflicted in a similar way.
According to data, twenty percent of Americans who are older than twenty five years old were single in 2012 compare to the only nine percent in 1960s which was called baby boomer time. The data shows that there is not going to be baby boomer generation anymore in the future. The birthrate is now decreasing every year, and it is now one of the biggest problem that can bring a lot of negative effect to the world in the future. The reason that the birthrate has been decreasing for past years is because the people do not get married as much as before. The generation has been changed, and now making their own families is not necessary for but optional for the younger generation.
When one child has autism, the chance of a non-twin sibling having it as well is only 2-8%.The term spectrum refers to the wide range of symptoms, skills and level of impairment, or disability, that children with ASD can have. Some children are mildly impaired by their symptoms but others are severely disabled (National Institute of Mental Health, 2011). Autism has increased dramatically within the past years. More children are being diagnosed each year due to increased awareness and diagnosis that have been made. Many people in our society may have heard the word autism or know a friend or family that is diagnosed with having autism.
Postpartum Depression Created a Human Activist Postnatal depression, commonly known as postpartum depression, is a clinical depression which can affect women after giving childbirth. Women continuously suffer from the disease without receiving any type of treatments and attempt to cure themselves. Having someone share their own experiences through writing can support one during the therapeutic process and hopefully make the recovering course less painful. The short story, “The Yellow Wallpaper”, is an embellishment of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s personal experience after giving birth to her daughter Katherine.
Health disparities is not only a Clayton County issue but a national issue as well. Consequently, Healthy People 2020 initiated a decisive goal to reduce health disparities among all Americans by the year 2020. One of this goals of Healthy People 2020 is the reduction of infant mortality rate among Americans to a target goal of 6.0 deaths per 1,000 live births.1 In 2015, infant mortality rates for black non-Hispanics were 2.2 times that of white non-Hispanics. As it relates to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) black non-Hispanics mothers were 2 times greater than that of white non-Hispanics mothers.
For a majority of enrollees with lower incomes, the federal subsidies make the premiums more affordable. For those even closer to the poverty line, they can receive additional subsidies that reduce the deductibles even more. But for many middle class families that earn an average income of $97,000 for a family of four, the health coverage premiums and deductibles have sky-rocketed (Luhby). This is causing a huge amount of Americans opting to stay uninsured, rather than spend thousands a year. According to a Kaiser study, 46% of uninsured adults tried to get coverage but did not because it was too expensive (Luhby, 2017).
According to the article “Where it went” “In the U.S., someone born in the lowest economic bracket has about an 8% chance of making it to the top. That actually isn 't a new phenomenon; a study last year found that the odds of making it have been just as low for about half a century. In the late 1800s, it might have been true that a penniless immigrant moving to the U.S. from, say, England would have had better chances in the New World. But upward mobility in America has been declining since the 1920s.” Although some of the statement is true, there is still room for improvement.
There has to be some type of insurance that is affordable for every person that provides them with at least the minimum benefits. Some health benefits are better than none at all. This will give people a higher expectancy of living a longer life, as oppose to somebody who has no medical coverage. Our lack of universal coverage has consequences. According to government and private studies, about 22,000 of our fellow Americans die each year of treatable diseases because they lack insurance and can’t afford a doctor.