As result of lack of sleep, people worldwide are suffering from diseases, lack of motivation and in extreme cases death because they are not getting the recommended amount of sleep. When people dont sleep the amount that they should get they start to get a lack of motivation. This is one the largest effects of lack of sleep. Many students in high school or college start a new trimester or even a new school year they dread the amount of sleep they will lose. Staying up all night long trying to study for the big exam is how many students lose the amount of sleep .
It is a long-term development plan to build healthier places for people to live in. The difference of Healthy Cities project from other town planning is that the Healthy Cities focus on human health. Therefore, its goal is to create a health-supportive environment which offers the best opportunity for people now and in the future to enjoy good quality of life (Barton & Grant, 2013). Healthy Cities requires political approach and innovative action. A local government has the role in engaging the residents in decision-making and political commitment, and by working together, they contribute to institutional change for better health.
C. Wright Mills, a sociologist, recognizes the sociological imagination to be the understanding of personal troubles and public issues allowing for common relativity of world problems. The jobless market, lack of long-term relationships and economic struggles are not only personal problems; they effect the nation and stimulate the desire for change. With the economic recession prevalent in the United States, the job market is malaise. Many young adults, including Cody Preston and Justin Randol, have become unemployed and been forced to take menial, inept, and low-paying jobs. The unemployment rate has skyrocketed in the past few years exceedingly affecting the young adult population.
Nationally a full-time worker must earn $18.32 per hour to afford a two-bedroom apartment at Fair Market Rent.”(National low-income Housing Coalation 2010) Today, our federal minimum wages contributes to our increasing homeless population, while even if you work fulltime making $7.25 isnt even enough to get you off the street. In 1970 there was a... ... middle of paper ... ...from school, which causes poor preformances in class, and can result in being held back grades. Another study shows that "1.4% homeless high schoolers are proficient in math, while 14.6% are proficient in reading" (National Center on Family Homelessness, 2009.) This is particularly disturbing because as many of us may know, our younger generations are having a more difficult time finding jobs, and jobs are requiring to them to further their education after high school. This is a problem for the homeless children because most jobs will require English and math.
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