However, each time Victor faces the monster he created he becomes very ill and passes out and then falls into a sickness for months. When he wakes from these illnesses his creation is gone and has “traveled somewhere else”, or Victor’s just hallucinating at certain times which is when the creation disappears. This theory makes sense due to the fact that in the book the creature travels to the mountains by foot very easily and travels around various places. Any human wouldn’t be able to travel through the mountains in those conditions with the minimal clothes and food that he had. According to “How Humans Deal With and Survive Extreme Cold” ,by Paul Ward, in the cold with no protection and with the condition Victor’s creation was already in his cells should’ve died due to the blood flow loss and should’ve resulted in at least severe frostbite.
The city of Los Angeles is also struggling with providing shelters, especially for the winters. City council members of Antelope Valley, a city in the Los Angeles area, have decided to step up to this problem. "Lancaster 's only emergency shelter actually closed around August, ' said Raquel Ziegler, crisis housing coordinator for the Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority. 'There 's very limited shelter in that area and it gets extremely cold. "The Antelope Valley has some of the tougher temperature extremes in L.A. County, with hot summer days and winter nights that can dip into freezing temperatures.
Others might think this because her family had not gotten a share of the profits from Henrietta 's cells. However Henrietta herself did not face adversity, but her family had to face the adversity because they found out what scientists did with her cells twenty years after her death, and had never seen any money from it. Also all Lacks had to do was die to face adversity, while Mawson had to walk through an endless wasteland without food or warmth to make it back to his camp. Mawson also had to eat his own dog and tape the sole of his foot back on just to survive in the antarctic. Another reason why people might think Lacks faced more adversity is because she was poor and faced racial discrimination.
The writer posited further that globally there are always disparities between host countries and immigrants as it relates to mental health. Canadian immigrants are least likely to get sick as compared to their global counterparts because of the stringent immigration policies here. The writer suggests further that social determinants both pre and post-migration plays a key role in the mental health of for immigrants in Canada in a both negative and positive way. The writer long with a team conducted a peer review on academics resources on mental health problems within the IRER communities. Over 1600 were perused covering depression suicide conduct disorder and mental illness amongst the IRER population.
In “To Build A Fire” the central message is survival of the fittest in the world. He died because he was not able to make it back without freezing to death. The man didn’t care, and he didn’t realize how serious it was. The man thought he was powerful and could beat nature, but that’s not what ended up happening. Like the author said, “ Fifty degrees below zero stood for a bite of frost that hurt... “ (London 332).
He chose to lead people six miles through the freezing cold. The story said, "I volunteered to lead the procession..." He did not give up and he finally got there. Some people regretted it because they got frostbite.The story said, "Quite a number regretted going to Swede creek on that trip. At least six men had there feet frozen, and two men died in the hospital from pneumonia.'' But Stanley did not.
Additionally, scientists had been warning New Orleans and the government that climate change would lead to increased storm activity and that the city’s defenses weren’t strong enough for such a storm. However, these warnings were ignored by the government and no preventative measures were taken which has influenced the effects of the storm. The reason for the poor response of the government and their negligence of the warnings is arguable. However, it is positive that the reason for this is that the majority of the people affected were the poor, and mostly colored, citizen of New Orleans. The city is racially and economically segregated and these citizen lived in the lower parts of the city, which go down to 11 feet below sea level.
Social determinants of health and human development are influenced by the “quality and quantity of a variety of resources that a society makes available to its members, which can range from housing, education, and employment opportunities to the accessibility and quality of life” (YWCA Canada). When socio-economic challenges (poverty, unemployment, discrimination and racism) exist, human development is limited (Amnesty.ca). Limited educational opportunities, insufficient social services, lackadaisical attitudes of the government towards the wellbeing of Aboriginal women often place them in vulnerable positions for domestic abuse and homelessness (Donna, Jessie, Susan, Buffy,
But no hard evidence had proven he was at the scene of the crime. In fact, 13 latent prints collected and tested by authorities didn’t match my son’s fingerprints and furthermore a testimony made by a neighbour was later found out to be incorrect. And yet on the 9th of December at 12:52 pm, my son took his last breath. And, as the woman who brought him into this world, I was completely and utterly heart-broken as the realisation dawned on me that his short life has ended. Unfortunately, my son isn’t the only person that had been doomed to this undeserved ending.
Based on the database, regardless of the mental status of the person, at least 50% of them had been released from the jail within a month. Furthermore, the 49% of the mentally ill persons had been unpredictable released. In prisons, people with mental health needs groups constitute a particularly important group because prisons were never designed as facilities for the mentally ill people. Many of these people are not getting mental treatment in the community are swept into the criminal justice system after they commit a crime. Receiving mental treatment can help some prisoners recover from their illness and prevent their mental status to getting worse, and protect them from suicide.
The people who chose not to do anything till it was too late are responsible for the Holocaust. Millions of people didn’t run, flee or give above the minimal resistance. There were 9.5 million Jews in Europe in 1933. Unfortunately, their beliefs include not entering the Holy Land as a group before the predestined time, not to rebel against the nations, to be loyal citizens, not to do anything against the will of any nation or its honor, not to seek vengeance, discord, restitution or compensation; not to leave exile ahead of time. Before WW2, approximately 421,000 Jews got away through Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Palestine, Turkey, USSR, and Sweden.
Despite the fact that he was not in battle and was in public, he always kept a look out for danger. Going back to civilian life was tough, especially for disabled soldiers. Robert L. Daniel’s right hand was amputated because of gangrene. It was difficult to find a job that would employ someone with only one hand. He got disability and social security for six years until he stopped getting checks from social security because there were supposedly numerous unskilled one handed jobs.