It is seen that about One-third of the US children population suffer from overweight and the rise of this number continues to grow. It is widely known that children have fewer weight-related health complications than that of adults and thus having an over-weight child places them at a high risk of developing a chronic heart disease or diabetes as they continue growing. Most of these conditions might come as a surprise to many parents but they leave their children more prone to developing stress and low self-esteem.
Abortion rights in the US were for a long time seen as purely state matter which had some restrictions such as forbidding it after the fourth month of pregnancy. The first legal restriction on abortion came in the 19th Century where the American Medical Association enacted laws which banned abortion in the country which viewed abortion providers as unwanted healthcare competitors.
There are many questions regarding whether leaders are born or made. It is the same question whenever you ask someone whether it is an egg or a chicken that came first. Do most of these questions have answers?
There is a high rise in the number of abortion rates that take place in many developing countries to which is being attributed to the difficulty in accessing contraceptives. Abortion rates in developed countries have seen a drop of 40% which is an all-time low for the past 25 years according to a report by the World Health Organization and the Guttmacher Institute.
One may argue that businesses exist for the sole purpose of making a profit and thus it is not uncommon for people to hear stories of companies that exploit their workers all in favor of maximizing their profits. So, must companies exploit labor in order to maximize profits?