People who are in poverty are more likely to fall sick and contact more diseases as they cannot afford food and research have shown that in California, low-income people are more likely to be hospitalized for hypoglycemia which is a condition where your blood sugar is too low.From this article, it makes me think about how lucky I am to be living in a developed country where the government helps the people in poverty. In this article, I wonder why did the government not take any measure towards people who cannot afford food.
The infomation presented connects to what I know in that I know the people in North America are facing extreme coldness and that many cannot afford to turn on the heater as the electrical bills are too high for them to pay. This article caused me to think that how lucky it is for us, people staying in countries where there is no winter. In this article, what is still confusing for me is why only families with children can get a discount, why not everyone who cannot afford to turn on the heater get a discount.
A poverty, not education, crisis in US: Column USA TODAY As researchers Michael Rebell and Jessica Wolff of the Campaign for Educational Equity at Teachers College, Columbia University, have noted, there is no general education crisis in the United...
Children who are in poverty tends to not have a good education as they do not have tuition and can only depend on themselves so, they tend to lose out in the future as qualifications tends to matter in most jobs. Through this article, it makes me feel how lucky I am to be in a country where the government values education and thus, will do whatever they can to help us in our education. In this article, what I want to question is why has the people in poverty increased since President Clinton left office?
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