Essay on Epidemic

Great Plague of London

The great plague of London took place in the period between April 1665 and September 1666. It was a massive disease outbreak in England that claimed between 75,000 – 100,000 lives, which was approximately 20% of London’s population. In this epidemic, the number of births in a certain week was lower by far than the […]

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Speakers corner

Britain’s ‘litter epidemic’ costs almost El ban every year? Who drops the litter? I would say the first group is the working people that are paying taxes so they think they have the right to drop litter because they pay to clear it. WRONG! The other group is the benefit seeking litter louts. They don’t […]

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Stress in the 21st Century

“Stress is an epidemic in the 21st century and impacts on people’s behaviour in many ways. Discuss in light of the literature. ” Stress is a term that is frequently used in everyday conversation. The conventional meaning of the word stress – too much to do, too much to worry about – was not part […]

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Why Were Towns And Cities In The 19th Century So Unhealthy

During the 19th century thousands of people flooded to factories for work. There was an epidemic of diseases such as T. B, Cholera and Typhoid. Towns grew rapidly without planning. Which then made the housing crowded, this caused the diseases to spread quickly. The killer diseases such as T. B, cholera, typhoid, scarlet fever and […]

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Cheating in sports

Introduction “ Sports will either be a school of virtuousness or a school of frailty, and that ‘s why the epidemic of rip offing in professional athleticss is, and ought to be, a immense cultural concern. Sports, at every degree, is supposed to be a preparation land for virtuousness, to model the character of jocks, […]

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How Can We Encourage Children To Be More Active?

How Can We Promote Children To Be More Active? Fleshiness is a turning epidemic in the United States and it is said that 70 eight per centum of Americans are non making basic activity degree recommendations. Inactivity and hapless diet cause at least 300,000 ( preventable ) deceases a twelvemonth in America. Children need to […]

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Bullying – A Social Epidemic

Society has become more aware of the harmful results of what once was thought of as just a period of growing up, to a social epidemic of sorts. What used to be considered just a part of adolescence has now escalated into what some experts have agreed is an epidemic within our society. Who should […]

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Obesity Analysis

Children are filled with energy and youth, but something is increasingly slowing them down. Child obesity has become one of the major epidemics in America today. The twenty-first generation is the only one whose members may be expected to have shorter life spans than their parents. One may think this is hard to believe, but […]

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Academic Integrity in a Cultural Context

“Integrity is the essence of everything successful” (Buckminster Fuller 2014) Corruption can be considered a major threat to social development, as well as to sustainability. It can spread like an epidemic, and when it does, it can cause the destruction of society in all fields, leaving communities without moral principle, shriveling up wheels of development […]

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