Who foots the BILL

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The price of Development is now higher than ever and ever more to crucial to human life. In today’s world life without the use of technological advancement is almost impossible. The convenience that development has afforded the human life that we have become accustomed to also have a price. Human beings have to pay the price of their privacy, health and the environment. In today’s world there are various modes of communication that makes life so much easier and more convenient. Some of the different ways of communication are social media, phones, emails, text messages, and the list goes on. Humans have become very reliant on these modes of communication because they are widely used for schooling, work business and just to socialize. Knowing that one can get in contact with another human being with just the touch of a button regardless of their geographical constraints is simply amazing. All this communication comes with a price to humans and that is their privacy. Phone calls can be monitored by unknown persons, calls can be traced, personal information can be accessed by predators on the internet and be used against persons, and identity theft is ever easier. Users have to be mindful of their modes of communication and the danger it poses. The producers of our food have tended to lower rather than raise nutritional levels of the foods they produce and one reason is that they focus mainly on the amount of food they want to produce rather than quality. Any deterioration in the quality of food is almost certain to be reflected in an increase in deficiency diseases and a general decline in health status. Also because everyone’s lives have become busy and the fact that the world’s population is growing ever so rapidly, scientists h... ... middle of paper ... ...xpenditures and lost productivity. Economic development Industrialization has led to tremendous improvements in people’s well-being, but often at the expense of the environment by contributing to pollution of air and water, changing dietary patterns , and shifting patterns of transportation and land use. Exposures to air and water pollutants directly increases the incidence of contracting diseases. Similarly, resulting from transportation and other work and lifestyle changes, are contributing to global epidemics of obesity, diabetes, and associated diseases. Globalization and the large geographic scale over which rapid industrialization is occurring make these environmental health problems global health problems. References: http://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/programs/geh/sustainable_development/ http://versatilehealth.com/disadvantages-of-gmo/

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