What are chem-trails and are they used in the US to the detriment of health to people that live there?
Chem trails are a conspiracy theory stating that long lasting trails left in the sky by high flying aircraft are actually chemical or biological agents used to control weather and harm people.
Well, the jury is still out--literally, as one may join any of several class-action lawsuits on the matter--but elevated levels of aluminum, barium, and other metals in standing water does not bode well for the health of those being sprayed with these.
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Answer . Credit can definitely be a double edged sword. When you want to buy a car or a home, a loan is needed most of time. Lately, many companies have taken to running a credit check on potential employees, to see if there is anything that may show a possible reason why someone may be more incl…ined to theft or fraud. When signing up for credit cards, or bank accounts or even some utilities such as cell phones or cable tv, companies will check your credit worthiness, so YES, credit and in particular, GOOD credit is very important today.\n. \nHaving too many revolving credit lines such as credti cards or home equity lines can be considered BAD. An individual should only have a certain percentage of one's yearly income available to them in credit. Any more than that can be considered a big risk for creditors because you could run them all to their limit and then default or declare bankruptcy.\n. \nBad credit is the worst. Not paying on time can affect your ability to function today. Just look at all the things in the first paragraph that you need credit for and imagine not having them. (MORE)
Any organism that changes, competes with or destroys the normal flora of your body can cause inwanted health effects. Examples... Digestive tract flora is altered then things like diharrea occur
While the good bacteria far out weigh the number of bad bacteria,the bad microorganism can cause food poisoning, infect wounds andother infections internally. Water can be tainted and undrinkableand some microorganisms are plant pathogens.
2009 estimate: 306,617,000 About 309,475,000. Answer: According to the Census Bureau, 309,591,145 (population clock in Related Link below)
The people on the Oregon Trail wanted to go the Oregon territory, or what is now Washington and Oregon. Why? because the letters and rumors of Oregon Territory's rich and natural beauty. The people wanted to go west for many reasons; to explore, to get free farmland, and to build homes, farms, towns…, and after a wile, cities. The trail was also the fastest way to Oregon. (MORE)
African Americans comprise the United States' largest racial minority, accounting for 12.1 percent of the total population in 2000. This population is concentrated largely in the southern states and urban areas. It is estimated that 12% of the population is of African American Descent
one may contract some rare diseases which can only be transfered by cannibalism but other than that there are no major health issues. bear in mind that cannibalism is one of the strongest taboo's in society and breaking it, even when one had to in order to survive, often causes serious mental proble…ms. (MORE)
According to my research, %56 of the USA's population live in mostly western and southern states...... Hope this is of help!
Penthouses in California and other states such as New York (NY). Mansions but it mostly depends on HOW wealthy they are because they may just live in normal houses like us!
because of the amercain white people kicked them out to make room to grow there population.
Detrimental is an adjective used to describe something that is damaging, or harmful. The proper way to use it in a sentence would be when describing an event, or item, or activity (etc.) that will, can or is currently damaging another object or person. For example, saying "Smoking is detrimental to …your health," would be one way to use it. In this case, smoking would be the activity that you are describing as detrimental and your health would be the other "object" of which it is detrimental to. (MORE)
Most of us, and that includes virtually everyone in North America and Western Europe, have suffered no damage from nuclear power, and provided the industry is well run and radioactive waste is well handled in the future, that should continue to be true. As you probably know, a very bad disaster happ…ened in the Ukraine at Chernobyl, and some people who worked at the plant died, and others who lived nearby received high radiation doses. That sort of accident is totally unacceptable and everyone in the industry, designers and operators, is dedicated to not allowing something like that again. The major worry now is probably from terrorism, and we must stop any attempt to damage nuclear plants. But to imply as you do that all of us may suffer from nuclear power is in my opinion quite wrong. (MORE)
Most people live in either the North-East or the Bay Area (for those foreigners, that's in California). That's where home quality and "urbanity" peak.
They use the water to bath, to drink, to cook, for transportation, for power and many more uses.
According to the US Census of April, 2010, there were 308,745,538 residents in the US. There are more that are either on extended visas or are foreign nationals working or attending schools in the US. An estimate on April 2, 2012 was 313,315,000 people. (see the link below to the current Population… Clock estimate) As of April 2010, the total population of the US is 308,745,538 people. 322,762,018 48 (MORE)
If I were to answer this question, would it be a detriment to your education? I think it would only be a detriment if your goal in life would be complete ignorance.
As of October 2012, about 314,500,000 people live in the USA. The population grows at about 1,000,000 per year, which would mean about 80,000 per month.
Very carefully. No, I'm kidding. It was actually a less careful time. People were much more open to new ideas. Technology had not yet risen to its position of prominence. Neither had status or commerce. The arts as depthful endeavors were considered much more seriously. People were both amused and i…ncensed about the insanity going on in the Nixon White House, that which inspired and required his removal. Although I have read that Madonna introduced sex to the world, I have also read, correctly, that she had no chance--the 70s had already done it. We had no internet, no VCRs, no Netflix, no mtv, almost no cable (there was one channel, called the Z Channel. It was very expensive. My father was in the industry and we didn't even get it). Everything was much slower and, as far as means of distribution, much less immediate. But emotions were far more expansive and far more treasured. People expected the world would improve. It is almost like the Obama election was an accordion fold over the years between its occurrence and 1979. (MORE)
our health- except some people living in the North of England who often use 'us' for 'our'. e.g 'us house' or 'us team'.
Dreams help us rest. We need them. Frequent nightmares which cause someone to waken up may result in a person's mental health being adversely affected. Frequent nightmares may mean the person needs to deal with some issue in life.
Millions of people work for health insurance companies across theUS. These range from local representatives to high level managementand CEOs.
Fossil fuels are oil and coal. Both of which have to extracted from the earth through drill of wells or by digging of mines. The burning of these fuels pollutes the atmosphere.
People with bipolar (or any other) disorder affecting emotional stability should not use any mood-altering drug that is not prescribed by a specialist in mood disorders. That includes all legal and illegal intoxicating drugs. Marijuana is particularly undesirable, as it has been connected with the… development of depressive disorder. (MORE)
In 2011, approximately 48 million people under age 65 had no healthinsurance. (The vast majority of Americans over age 65 have Medicare, though almost 700,000 of the elderly also had no insurance.) This translates to about 18 percent of the people under age 65. Under the Affordable Care Act (healt…h reform), the percentage of people uninsured should go down by more than half. (MORE)
About 315,000,000 people live in the US. This is about 4.5% of the total human population.
They live everwhere. Most people only think about them living in the southern part of the country but there are immigrants all over the country
i dont know poo head but you should start to be thinking of getting a brain
Providing you with a simple sentence using the word "detrimental" would be detrimental to your education. Mr. Valle says using the internet to cheat is detrimental to your grade.
you answer it how can i go to answer.com and they tell me to answer my own question aparentley i did not know i am twelve years old i ask a simple question and you tell me to answer it this website is useless you need to just find out what people ask you or stop wasting our valuble time excuse my mi…sspelled words (MORE)
Everywhere. The US census hasn't counted us directly, but judging from the statistics they have compiled, it appears that there are at least a few gay or lesbian people in every county in the US.
The first census conducted by the US government was in 1790. The estimate as of Census Day (August 2, 1790) was 3,929,214. Many leaders, including Thomas Jefferson, believed that the population was much higher, and that some areas had been greatly undercounted.
This is the Shield nickel, the first 5-cent piece minted in the United States. It was in circulation from 1866-1883, but was minted only in 1866-1867. It was replaced by the Liberty Head V nickel in 1883.
According to the most recent information available, about 60 million people in America live in condominiums. If the US population is 300 million, that's about 20%.
Your typical sunburn is caused by UVB radiation from the sun and is what most sunscreens are made to protect against. The radiation that really causes the detrimental health problems is UVA however much less potent then UVB UVA is the culprit that causes wrinkling, skin cancer, and other health prob…lems associated with the sun. Unlike UVB UVA penetrates deep into the tissue causing damage that is much more detrimental. Unfortunately studies have shown that although many sunscreens say they protect against UVA there is a huge discrepancy when looking at the amount of protection given to UVB compared to UVA. If there has been a problem in the past with health problems caused by sun radiation my suggestion would be to find a sunscreen containing the ingredient Avobenzone the only drug shown to protect against long wavelength UVA. (MORE)
Ever since he died there have been people upset, just certain that JFK died just as he was about to do some splendid thing or other. The fact it, he was in office around 1,000 days, and all he did is blow our chance to free Cuba. I admire his restraint during the Missile Crisis. As it happened, rest…raint was the right reaction. But anyone can do *nothing*, so it didn't make him special. Johnson was more conservative (read: wiser) so actually in this respect the country was better off. And his death helped push the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into being. The Republicans would probably not have been able to push it through without the support of some Democrats who wished to honor JFKs' wishes. I hate to say it but I have to say that in terms of actual accomplishments he was likely to get done, alive, his death was not all that much detrimental. (MORE)
People support this health care bill because it is the first serious step in fixing out broken health care system.
To many variables to determine. Consult a catalog, available online or at your local library. In most cases the value is going to be pretty low, as Washington is a common subject for definitive stamps. But there are some with some good values to them!
The primary opposition to the idea of a single-payer system is that the single payer is the government. Without waxing overly ideological, whenever the government becomes involved in a system, the system becomes, by nature, more coercive and less voluntary. To that extent, the element of choice disa…ppears. Furthermore, health care providers essentially become employees of the government in the sense that the nature and extent of the care that they can provide is dictated by the state. While it can perhaps be argued that something similar occurs in the existing managed care environment of private health care financing, the provider and the recipient of services are free to leave the plan for another. That freedom necessarily disappears in any government sponsored program. Additionally, when politics, upon which any government program is founded, is substituted for the voluntary marketplace, force and corruption often is substituted for the free exchange of goods and services. People (government operatives who strive for promotion and reelection) are readily bought, and further, promises come cheaply. All one has to do is look to the current administration that campaigned on a promise of "hope" and is delivering a nightmare. The other thing to consider is whether it is fundamentally correct and just to take from the productive in order to finance programs (that might be characterized as giveaways or welfare) for the non-or-less productive. The taxes that would finance a single-payer system are, by their nature, confiscatory (like all taxes). Admittedly, there are some services that are legitimate for the government to provide (such as the military) and for which to tax the citizens. However, health care does not come within that category. This is in part because that there tends to be gross over-utilization of health care services when someone else is paying for them (witness, Medicare). It is fundamentally not right, nor is there a right, to every test, every drug, every surgery, or every other medical procedure when one is unable to privately pay for it. Charity is a viable option for many, but for those who cannot afford "the best" or who cannot tap into charity, I'm sorry to say, but "so be it". I have not worked a lifetime, nor have you, to pay for the health care of strangers. I am likewise not willing to enslave skilled health care providers, for if we do, their ranks will dwindle. Why would someone strive for greatness in their field for no reward; to be but a numbered provider in the ranks of government? Further, we will become nothing but a third-world civilization or like one of many European countries who have blindly embraced what they perceive as egalitarianism, only to swiftly bankrupt their treasuries and moral compass. (MORE)
In general, only if: . Doing it results in an advantage that outweighs the detrimental effects, or . Not doing it results in a disadvantage that outweighs doing it. Simple Examples: . A polio vaccination may cause temporary fever and aches, but practically eliminates the possibility of get…ting polio in the future. . You're dying of thirst in a desert, a helicopter is scheduled to pick you up in a week, and the only water available to drink contains pollutants or parasites (which you can be treated for, but only if you don't die of thirst first). (MORE)
we(im deaf) use it because it is an easy language to learn and it allows us to communicate faster then reading lips or writing. and even if you don't know the word in sign language ,you can spell out the word using the sign language alphabet.
In large quantities yes. It can contribute to early death, heart disease, liver failure, kidney failure, respiratory depression, and gastric catastrophe amongst other things. Studies however have shown that small amounts of alcohol can be advantageous to health, particularly red wines.
The long-term use of pesticides and fertilizer can leave chemicals in the soil which can have toxic effects on certain crops and can contaminate agricultural workers, livestock and nearby strams.
Well...the U.S has always been considered one of the best places for immigrants to become citizens. This shows with the amount of Italians, Germans, Jews, Indians, etc...that live in our country. The United States is often referred to as the melting pot.
The first people who lived in the USA were Native Americans who walked over an ice bridge from Russia to Alaska and who went down south to Argentina, and all over the American continents, (North and South). This has been proven by linking the DNA of the various tribes in Alaska to those in Russia.
I do not get what your are trying to say. Do you mean where do Mexicans live in U.S.? If that is the question then there is not a particular place in the United States that immigrants live in but there are a lot in Texas.
They live in many places. Miami probably has the highest number of Cuban immigrants, due to its proximity.
Fewer people live in the Northern US such as Alaska, Montana, North Dakota, Wyoming, etc.
Most people in the United States live on the east coast. This is because it is where the economy is located, the history, the politics, etc. Almost everything big in the country is based on the east coast. But people live where they want to. Maybe because they like the weather, the area, the scenery…, the people, etc. (MORE)
The exact answer to this question would vary from country tocountry. However, use of health apps have increased in the recentpast. Emergence of smart phones and increased consciousness ofhealth have resulted in people using many health relatedapplications on their cell phones.
People must recite the Qr'an, understand it, and act upon all thecommandments of Almighty Allah mentioned in the Qr'an.