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Human Population: The Issue of Personal Responsibility

Human population is the global issue that requires thorough research due to its direct relation to the problem of overpopulation. Overpopulation is the concept that describes the situation when an excessive amount of people is placed on the limited territory, in this case, on the planet Earth. Starting from the...

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Challenges of a Fast-Growing-World Population

An international concern growing in relation to the global population is that population. The world has reached a population of approximately eight billion people and all nations struggle with how resources may serve even higher numbers projected. More people translates to more productivity, but it also translates to unprecedented strains...

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Types of Evolution

Evolution involves both macroevolution and microevolution. Macroevolution refers to evolution that occurs on a large scale. It is also referred to as vertical evolution. Microevolution refers to the small changes that occur within a small pool of species. This is also called horizontal evolution. Species refers to a group of...

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Improving the wellness of American Indians health

In order to ensure wellness, there is need for good preventive and mitigative measures to protect the health of American Indian population. Conducting of a health campaign to the natives should be done at the community level using all available resources as well as the strategically focused approach (Gohdes te...

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American Indians Health Disparities

Abstract The American Indians and other native communities in America still grapple with historical social and economic disadvantages that hamper their access to quality healthcare. Additionally, the native communities have been slow to embrace modern medicine, preferring instead to practice traditionally medicine practices, which are not effective in tackling emerging...

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1295 words | 5 page(s)