• Rural Living
    Rural Living: Life in Rural America Living in a remote location such as a rural area can have its advantages as well as its disadvantages. One of the more obvious advantages would be privacy. In many rural communities neighbors are fewer and far between than they are in the suburban areas...
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  • Rural and Remote
    Assessment task 1 PD H PE Health Priorities in Australia People living in rural and isolated locations Population groups living in rural and remote areas have distinctive health concerns that relate directly to their living conditions, social isolation and distance from health services. The...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Fuels
    Advantages and Disadvantages of Renewable Fuels Solar Energy: Advantages: -Energy is free although there is a building cost. -Causes no pollution, however, energy may go into machines that produce pollution. -Solar energy can be used in remote areas where it is too expensive to extend...
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  • Indigenous Disadvantage
    throughout Australia. Healthy living choices are not easy for people living in remote communities which results in a high incidence of preventable chronic disease. Good nutrition is fundamental to the maintenance of general wellbeing and the prevention of sickness and disease. It plays an...
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  • Primary Health Care - Indigenous Australian Inequalities
    locations, and as a result of no or little access to professional health care providers, these remote areas are susceptible to poor health awareness and knowledge. As reported by Thomson et. al. (2010, para. 3), almost one-quarter of Indigenous people are classified as living in a remote area with very...
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  • Health Disadvantages Indigenous Australians
    influence the health of Indigenous Australians in the areas of geographic location and access to health services and technology. Approximately 24% of people living in remote areas and 45% of those living in very remote areas are Indigenous. Aboriginals living in remote areas will experience negative impacts...
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  • The Influence of Ecotourism to Indigenous Australian
    quite certain in the history.Meanwhile, it is largely accepted (Sofield 2002) that the indigenous Australians contain approximately 2% of the total number of Australia population, which is about more than 430,000 in number.Most of the indigenous Australians are now living in remote areas such as...
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  • Pdhpe Case Study
    partaking in risk factors such as higher rates of people smoking tobacco and higher substance misuse rates. The health of people living in rural and remote areas is effected by: 1. A lower socioeconomic status due to lack of employment and consequently living conditions that don’t allow for full...
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  • Environmental Issues in China
    is too far to get there and thus not possible to work there in the day and come home by night. Therefore, to get a job in these wealthy regions, the people must be prepared to get a lodging there as they cannot go home. At such a remote area, it has caused inconvenience to the people living there...
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  • Disadvantages of Telemedicine.
    information and data relevant to the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions, or to provide health services and aid health care personnel at distant sites. "According to federal data, about 20% of U.S. residents live in areas with a shortage of health care providers. Meanwhile, videoconferencing...
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  • Injury
    injury rates from traffic accidents Socioeconomic: - Males aged 25-64 years from areas of most disadvantaged are 2.2 x more likely to die in traffic accidents and 1.6 x more likely to die from suicide compared to those living in areas of least disadvantage. - Females, it is 2.2 x more likely for...
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  • Truth in Numbers Network Design
    support the goals of the company. It is important when designing a remote network that you are aware of the different choices that are available. This should also include the advantages and disadvantages of the remote access solution that is decided upon. I will discuss the advantages and...
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  • Advantages and disadvantages
    Advantages and disadvantages of living in the countryside Privacy If you like privacy, living in the country works well -- particularly if your home is situated in a remote area and you don't have neighbors for miles. This also provides solitude. Less Pollution The countryside is generally...
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  • Overview of Australia
    Torres Strait Islander Health Survey (NATSIHS) undertaken by the ABS in 2004-2005 [37]. Almost one-in-eight Indigenous people reported having a long-term heart or related condition, with the proportion being slightly higher for those living in remote areas (14%) than in non-remote areas (11%). The...
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  • NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
    investment" (van Dijk 2006:47). Computers and internet are not as easily accessible in rural areas as cellular phones are. Cellphones have even substituted for fixed-line telephony. Nearly 80% of the South African population are cellphone owners. The advanced technology keeps people living in rural...
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  • The Split-Air Type Conditioner
    thermostat or it can be regulated by an infra-red remote control, like a TV remote. One room or one area of a building can maintain a different temperature from another room or area in the same building. Split air conditionings are the perfect solution for spot cooling - for example, in residential...
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  • Health Status of Young People
    more disability and a lower quality of life. People living in rural and remote areas tend to have higher levels of disease risk factors and illness than those in major cities. Compared with those who have social and economic advantages, disadvantaged Australians are more likely to have shorter lives...
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  • Energy Sources
    could be very costly and detrimental to wildlife in the area as well. Wind turbines are quite loud. From far away it wouldn’t be so bad but living close by could be a major disadvantage. All fuel sources have advantages and disadvantages though and it is up to the consumer to decide what is best...
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  • Sports
    exposure to health risk factors. OUR PARTY wants to change this! Indigenous Australians have suffered for long enough with poor living standards in remote areas, which impacts massively on their health. We want to send doctors out to these remote areas every week. We will set up a free mobile...
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  • Uniliver Case Study
    and Advertising • Advantages o Using local connections make people aware of HLL’s good nature o What’s good for HLL is good for Shaktis is also good for rural areas and Indian People • Disadvantages o Possible backlash from rural area  Very conservative views o Trying to get people to do...
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