Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Risks That People Don't Take Seriously When They Really Should

Contributed post

While there are some people around that realize that there are some situations that you
shouldn’t put yourself in, there seem to be others out there that have no regard for things
that are actually quite dangerous.

Now, while we may think that this is ignorance on their behalf, the truth simply seems to be
that they do things through a lack of knowledge or false knowledge that they have gained
through nonsense media.

Nowadays, we have social media, and while it may be amazing in a lot of ways when it comes
to information, it really can be one of the most dangerous things out there today. 

In this post, we are going to be taking a look at a few things that people refuse to take seriously,
and in the end, they put themselves and others at risk. While some of the things in this post may
seem obvious, you would be surprised as to how many people still don’t understand the dangers

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While we know that it’s been a thing for many years, you may struggle to believe that there is still
a huge asbestos problem in buildings in the United States.

While there are reports that the number is getting lower, it seems that action is not being taken
quickly enough. Today there are still well over 3.5million buildings in the US with asbestos, and
20% of these (700,000) are at a level that is dangerous to human life.

What is more remarkable is that a lot of the owners of the buildings are aware of the asbestos level,
they just refuse to take any action. Because of situations like this, there are now more and more
this is the only way people are going to take note.


Now, before we start this one, we should say that people need to recognize the difference between
obesity and being a little larger. The truth is, recent studies have shown that you can still be a larger
size and very healthy, in fact, you can be a lot healthier than a slender person.

This section, however, is paying attention to obesity and the effect it is having on people’s lives.
Nowadays, it has been found that obesity is the 2nd biggest cause of cancer, and it’s also the
primary factor in heart disease.

It may be a difficult figure to hear, but because of the obesity rate of the world, cancer has gone
from affecting 1 in 3 people to now affecting 1 in 2 people. 

What you should realize though is that while there is a risk that needs to be understood, it’s never
too late to manage it and the modern world has so much for you should you ask for help. 

Obesity isn’t something that should be frowned upon, it is just something that needs to be taken
more seriously, and from the moment the nature of it is recognized, differences can be made that
will save lives.

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