Why Abortion?

Abortion is a challenge and a barrier to women development. It does not only revolve around women but also the whole society suffers. Many people value or consider abortion in various aspects. Abortion is the termination of pregnancy by the removal of the fetus or the embryo before it can survive outside the uterus.

Different people have varying perceptions on the time at which abortion should be allowed during the whole pregnancy period and also others consider it as murder due to their cultural, religious and philosophical perception. This also vary depending on the country and its own laws or regulations to control abortion. Culturally, abortion is the killing of an innocent child as well as also religiously it is considered as a sin for taking the life of an unborn child.

Figure 1: Free Images by Pixabay (2019) Topic: abortion

The fetus is by virtue of his genetic code a human life and since it is considered as it has human life, its moral rights should not be violated. Many societies in this world consider an unborn baby to be of mankind and they should be protected. The murder of pre-born children is a dark and barren work, and God calls his people to expose it. This gives an insight on how abortion is considered as the work of the evil and no one should end a life of a human being since it is the work of the evil.

Figure 2: Image by the New times, Topic: Abortion in Rwanda

All in all, abortion as it is considered the termination of pregnancy, people view it in various ways. Abortion is also considered a cruel act since many people consider the start of human life after conception. This really gives an insight into how people consider abortion through various angles. The question still remains on if abortion should be allowed on certain circumstances such as rape, underage children as so forth to prevent any negative circumstances that may arise from pregnancy.

Putting an End to the World’s Population Increase Through birth Limit

The world’s population is at a high increase in regard to its carrying capacity. In regard to world population history, the human population, now over 7 billion, cannot continue to grow indefinitely. There are limits to the life-sustaining resources earth can provide us. In other words, there is a carrying capacity for human life on our planet. The carrying capacity of the world in what Many scientists think, it has a maximum carrying capacity of 9 billion to 10 billion people. This indicates that when nothing is done, the world can be at stake.

High population density

The only reason that can help the world to be able to control the world’s population is to reduce annual reproduction. This is the main cause of population increase according to the illustration below. The different factors that help in balancing the population of the world are not able to be in balance with the annual reproduction of the people in the world. The current average population increase is estimated at 82 million people per year and in 12 years to come the world will have over-reached its carrying capacity which will be a devastation to the world.

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The United Nations Commission on Population and Development illustrates that it expects a much slower population growth in the decades to come compared to the decades passed. How come that can happen when we have a larger population that it was some decades ago. As the population continues to escalate, the birth rate increases as well as the population growth increases. There is no way the population growth can be slow when there is a higher population that it was before.

Many people have different opinions about how population control can be put in practice but it is more of knowing what should be really done to help our dear planet. It is for all our benefits and it would be better to share different ideas through comments to know what should be done and when. We will be glad to hear your thoughts.

Five Basic Rules to Lose Weight

Many people around the world are wondering how they are going to survive in this changing world with obesity problems. Obese people see themselves as a barrier to others as well as also not confident about themselves. Losing weight is something which is possible but it requires sacrifice. Weight loss is referred to as a decrease in body weight and anyone who wants to do so can follow these easy steps.

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  • Eat a high protein breakfast: many people think leaving breakfast is a way to lose weight, but that is not true. Breakfast is necessary and it should have a high level of proteins to help your day.
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  • Drink enough water: water is essential that we should consume every day. Drinking it 30 minutes before every meal helps to lose fats that are unnecessary in the body.
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  • Avoid processed foods: this seems to be hard for many people due to their unconditional love of snacks and sweets but it is one step ahead towards a healthy life. It is a way of reducing fats and sugars in the body. Processed foods have many effects on the body
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  • Cut down on alcohol: alcohol affects the body in a way of increasing the weight of the body. It is advisable to reduce or quit the dosage of alcohol that one consumes so as to have better health.
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All in all, so as to be able to lose weight while you are having obesity, there are different habits that you should quit and one you should adopt. Having a balanced diet, doing sports and drinking enough water are one of the many ways or habits that are good for your health. Drinking alcohol, eating processed foods should be one of the habits that should be foregone. It is one’s choice to make his/her health better.

Know more about Ebola

The world is facing a lot of issues that are being a barrier or a burden to its development. Communicable and non-communicable diseases are one of the biggest topics that are being talked about globally. To know more about this, we should know some insights about them. This includes like which ones are caused by infections? Or which ones are transmitted? In this perception that people have, their rise a terrible disease that when talked about, people shiver and lose hope. This is Ebola. What is Ebola? Ebola is a viral hemorrhagic fever of humans and other primates caused by ebolaviruses. Know more about its types here.

Ebola which is caused by a virus that can be transmitted from one person to another, there a lot of risks of getting Ebola. First of all, it is through contact. When you touch someone who is infected, directly you are also a victim. Secondly, going into affected areas is a problem. Healthcare professionals tend to go to treat patients without safety instruments. They can easily touch objects hence get infected. In addition, interacting with animals especially primates such as gorillas, monkeys can be a way of transmitting the Ebola virus.

Since Ebola is a killer disease, there should be a fight back to lessen the chance of getting Ebola. Prevention is better than cure. The first prevention method is to avoid direct contact with sick people without safety instruments. Secondly, there should be a process of setting quarantine zones to prevent the easy spread of the Ebola virus so that sick people can be separated from the infected ones. Another way of prevention is to avoid going in affected areas so that there is more of avoiding going in contact with the virus. In addition, giving quick medical treatments to the affected ones can help to stop the spread of the virus.

Taking a look at the ethical issues, the act of balancing individual rights and government responsibilities is still a challenge. Being quarantined for that long can be embarrassing to the patients who are suspects of the Ebola virus. On the other hand, it is the government’s responsibility to protect its citizens. This means that it should do all the activities that is its power to protect its citizens which can be a violation of human rights hence affecting the country’s safety. The individual rights are violated for the country’s safety which creates a lot of ethical issues that can be a hindrance to the control of the Ebola outbreak.

All in all, Ebola is a dangerous and a killer disease since it has killed 11,000 people in four years in regard to the statistics. Now the question remains on how the governments will be able to balance human rights as well as preventing them from the Ebola crisis. The risks of being infected by the virus are a lot but there are ways that should be used to lessen or stop its spread and outbreak. It is everyone’s time to play his/her role in implementing the prevention process because the Ebola virus reaches an uncontrollable rate.