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Community Health: Climate, Health, Violence, Wellness

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1.Examine one weather condition over the past two years in the U.S. which drastically affected the population. How can the community better prepare their families for such severe conditions?
2.Do you agree with the statement that countries should be held accountable for their contribution to climate change? Why or why not?
3.List some of the issues that might occur as the world's population increases? Factor in water, food, and hazardous waste into your comments. Suggest ideas to address or avoid these issues.

According to the CDC website, violence is attributed for approximately fifty thousand deaths each year and results in over 2.5 million injuries. Homicide and suicide are the second and third leading causes of death, respectively, among US population aged fifteen to thirty four years.Hospital emergency departments treat an average of fifty five people for injuries every minute. The worst after effect of the sudden population explosion across the globe is the rise in violence.

4.How have violent injuries affected a community? What steps have communities taken to decrease overall violent crimes?
5.What steps can the federal or state governments take to help support communities affected from random or consistent violent acts?
6.What can parents do in their homes to help educate children about risks and preventative accidents to help keep them safe? What role should parents take to reduce family violence?
7.How can health promotion and wellness programs play a significant role to reduce individual or gang violence?
8.How can schools and work environments increase safety measures against violent individuals or gangs entering their establishments?
9.What roles should parents, neighbors, friends, health care personnel, and the community take when they observe someone who may exhibit unusual behavior or comments to help prevent potential violence? What agencies or resources are available to help communities cope and help their members seek help or assistance?
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http://www.businessinsider.com/population-growth-must-stop-2010-7

http://science.time.com/2013/05/21/tornado-proofing-cities-in-the-age-of-extreme-weather/

1.Examine one weather condition over the past two years in the U.S. which drastically affected the population. How can the community better prepare for tornadoes such as the Moore tornado?

The tornado that occurred in Moore Oklahoma in 2013 was a devastating natural disaster resulting in over 2 Billion worth of damage as well as the deaths of 24 people. The ability to prevent future catastrophes is limited because of the fact that tornadoes occur quickly and people often have limited time to prepare or avoid being victims as well as current protective methods entail tornado warnings and sirens that alert people to get to shelter and safety prior to a tornado. In reality, there is little that could have been done to prevent the destruction and loss of property that occurred during the Moore twister, but an emphasis must be placated upon limiting the loss of life from extreme weather events such as the one that occurred in Moore. The truth remains that with powerful tornadoes such as the E5 tornado in Moore, the current protections are the most effective for protecting vulnerable populations in the region known as tornado alley.

2.Do you agree with the statement that countries should be held accountable for their contribution to climate change? Why or why not?

Countries such as Western countries that were responsible for the Industrial Revolution must be held accountable for their contribution to climate change as the 150 years that was the initial Industrial Revolution is the primary reason for climate change in the world today. Countries such as China, India, and Brazil consistently tout the responsibility of Western countries to address climate change through monetary appropriations, ...

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