3 environmental health hazards that cause ill health,and or disaster within your community or any other community within South Africa and globally:
1. Global Warming- Rapid global warming due to climate change represents a severe threat to economic growth and development in southern Africa. It will exacerbate poverty and current inequalities in the region, but it can also serve as an opportunity to address these issues. The specific impacts of climate change on different sectors include:Food security, already a humanitarian crisis in the region, will be further aggravated by climate variability and climate change. Erratic rainfall is already increasing food shortages where droughts damage and destroy maize crops in southern Africa.Climate change will cause additional pressure on already unreliable water sources and health conditions will be particularly affected as a result. 2. Air pollution has direct and potentially hazardous impacts on human health. Air pollution includes two types: gas emissions, and particulate emissions. Non-hazardous, yet undesirable air pollution includes odors produced from certain manufacturers and fast food restaurants, etc. 3. Noise pollution can have a significant impact on both human health and quality of life for the residents of a community. Such pollution is most commonly associated with airports, highway and interstate traffic, large industrial facilities, and high volumes of truck and auto traffic on city streets. http://www.greenability.co.za/being-green/causes-and-impacts-of-global-warming/ http://www.lic.wisc.edu/shapingdane/facilitation/all_resources/impacts/analysis_environmental.htm
To Overcome Aid/HIV:
The most important aspect of living with HIV is nutrition. It is pointless to even take your medication if you are not feeding well.
Except in special circumstances, there is no special diet for most people living with HIV. The only key thing is that the diet must be balanced and excess alcohol should be avoided.
The fact that you and your partner are both HIV positive, does not mean that you should not practice safe sex. This is especially true if you are not in a monogamous relationship.
HIV has different strains (some more aggressive than others) and you can pick up a new strain from your partner during unprotected intercourse. You can also pick up other sexually-transmitted diseases which can lead to infertility and other such complications if not treated.
The greatest challenge for most people with HIV is poor appetite and weight loss. This can be as a result of medication being taken, mouth sores or nausea which may occur in these cases.
The best way to deal with this is to have a minimum of six small meals a day. Increase the intake of proteins and healthy fats in the diet. This includes adding nuts, avocado, yoghurt etc to your diet.
5 ways in which cancer impact on the teenagers:
1. Kids and teens who has Cancer during adulthood struggles with attention, concentration, memory, and executive functioning. 2. Cancer affects everyone in your family. As the family routine changes, your relationships with your parents and siblings may also change. Some teens say that cancer brings them closer to their parents and siblings. 3. Cancer can affect your friendships. Some relationships may grow stronger, and others may fade. It often helps to understand how your friends feel and learn to tell them how you feel. 3. Missed going to school because of cancer.
4. Teens with cancer often undergoing difficulty in planning and processing skills and organization. 5. Fear of nothing being loved specially with friends and family....
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