When you think of air pollution or even smoggy cities, you might think of areas such as Beijing and New Delhi, but have you ever considered how polluted our very own city of Dallas is? Dallas has a high level of air pollution due to greenhouse gases and car emissions. We, as people of the city of Dallas, can help change this problem. Let’s take a deeper dive into this problem and see what we can do to change things.
Though the art of justice has been perfected over the many years of humanity, not everyone has been able to enjoy it as well as others. This is apparent in one of the most common forms of discrimination: a distaste for immigrants and people of color.
Using an electronic device before bed has many consequences. Throughout Dallas, TX, and even the whole world many people use their phones before bed which they consider relaxing. However, the cons outweigh the pros of using a device before sleeping. Why is it that people choose to ruin their body and health when there is an easy fix?
Dallas, a glamoring city on the outside however, isn’t the same on the inside. The city lacks much needed citizens benefits and needs, including the very crucial area of healthcare. Many of Dallas’s lower tier citizens don’t get any benefits at all. Companies don’t have to pay money to them while they are sick and healthcare insurance is as expensive as ever for them despite their low incomes causing them to sink deeper and deeper into poverty.
Working hard has a limit, and going over the limit may lead to consequences. In Dallas, and all over the world, “Overtraining” is a huge problem. We all may believe and be brainwashed into thinking that there is never an end to working hard. However, working hard has a limit, and pushing yourself too much is not the right path to go. Every person MUST work hard, but only to your body’s capability.
Sometimes many of us would rather settle for a greasy burger and some fries instead of the healthy home-cooked meals some of us are fortunate enough to get. However, there are full communities of people right here in Dallas who don’t have access to nutritious food, and they are as a result at risk of health, mental, and academic problems.
Did you know that some of the sounds that we are exposed to each and every day can negatively impact our hearing? Ever wondered about the inner-workings of our hearing and how we interpret noises? This article covers everything from safe hearing to explanations of our hearing process, plus a bonus questionnaire from a professional in the field!