The average standard of people's health is likely to be lower in the future than it is now. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

In the recent years the increase in chronic diseases has been observed. Many argue that
trend will continue leading to
further decrease
a further decrease
further decreases
state of an average person. Despite some pointing out that medical research might reverse the
decline, I strongly believe that the opposite is more likely. Undoubtedly, recent advances in medical knowledge and surgical techniques have led to discovering the cure for some diseases, which have become extremely common recently. Two of them are obesity and diabetes. Understanding that
hormone secreted by the isles of Langerhans in the pancreas; regulates storage of glycogen in the liver and accelerates oxidation of sugar in cells
is produced by beta cells of the pancreas resulted in transplantation of these cells to the liver curing diabetes. Concerning the other mentioned condition,
surgery, which involves cutting out part of the stomach or bypassing it, enabled many to return to weight within the normal range.
, the opinion that in the
future it
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future, it
will be possible to eliminate every disease is growing in popularity.
, regarding those aforementioned
methods not only are they
, but
not always effective.
, the old truth that prevention is better than treatment will never change. Unfortunately,
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live pace rises faster than ever before, leading to more stress, less physical exercise and consumption of unhealthy diet. Those factors contribute to the epidemics of obesity and diabetes, which is confirmed by a broad body of research. Unless people take an action to change their lifestyle, the standard of their
will continue to fall. In conclusion, in spite of hopes that breakthrough medical discoveries may lead to cure for every disease, prevention will be the backbone in
, in my opinion, the
condition of an average individual would be likely to decrease in the future, as applying prevention measures in practice is quite unlikely on the large scale.
Submitted by With the recent increase in migration, the believe that the countries hosting mixed nationality populations are not only more intriguing but also develop faster is gaining support. Although I firmly agree with the latter, in my opinion the opposite is true about the former. In multinational countries the diversity of cultures is disappearing. In other words, when moving to live in a foreing country, many adapt to the way of living in their new country while not cultivating their own traditions anymore. For instance, the majority of migrants from Africa changed the way they dress when they had arrived in Italy. Furthermore, some native residents take foreign traditions as their own, such as celebrating Diwali (a Hindu holiday) in some part of the UK. Therefore, despite the popural believe, multinational society does not make the country more interesting as the cultural diversity dies out in the long term. Concerning the pace of development of those countries, on the other hand, this type of the society increases it significantly. This is due to the fact that concentrating experts in a particular topic, who are coming from a plethora of different nations, allows to share their various experiences and knowledge to achieve the common goal much faster. Taking the United States as an example, in every public institution, including universities, it is possible to meet individuals from every country in the world, which resulted in the fact that the US became the fastest developing country in terms of technology. To conclude, countries which are home to the variety of nationalities are not necessary more interesting than those inhabited by a single nation. However, certainly, a wide range of experiences brought by members of various cultures might contribute to faster developments of those countries. on

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