What different do you between the lifestyle of people on high antitudes and low antitudes?
An infections disease is a sickness you can catch (or give to) other people. The flu and chicken pox are examples of infections diseases. Lifestyle diseases are sicknesses you cannot get or give to other people. You get lifestyle diseases from unhealthy lifestyle (little exercise, too much unhealthy food, etc.). Examples of lifestyle diseases are type two diabetes and gout.
The lifestyle of the Indus people was rich in culture, heritage. The civilization of the Indus people grew by the shore of river Sindhu. That is why it is called Sindu civilization. Apart from culture, heritage, they were proficient in business and their ships used to anchor in ports of different countries
village life is a lot different than city life as there is very less pollution in a village and the villagers follow methods that have been used for thousands of years old but still are very effective and a lot of trust is present between the villagers but in a city people from different cultures meet and you should be careful as there are only a handful of people who can be trusted and city…
Because of the many jobs the cities have to offer. For example, Tokyo has many jobs, and is very modern/has a modern lifestyle. Japan has two different lifestyles-modern and traditional. Today, the modern lifestyle is overtaking the traditional lifestyle. Young individuals are seeking for careers-cities are the places to go for them.
Culture is the lifestyle of a group of people, and identity is the characteristics of a specific person. OR Culture and identity are too different and too similar. Culture is what you are taught by the people around you and identity is that what is yours. Culture can be common in two or more people where identity is unique culture is near to religion sometime far Identity has nothing to do with religion but sometime…
this would really depend on the celebrity. remember they are still people and individuals. no one person's life is the same as anyone elses. of course there are very vague things that each person does but it still comes down to WHO the person is. different people = different interests = different lifestyles
There can be none or they can be almost from different worlds. You are using a label - "Arab" - that has no one meaning, it does not indicate religion, nationality, way of life, or anything in particular beyond the fact that the person ethnically derives from people native to a certain geographic area.
There is no exact lifestyle that leads to anorexia. People who suffer from anorexia can come from a variety of backgrounds (most, however, are white, female, between the ages of 12 and 26, live is Western society, and belong to either the middle- or upper-class). They come from all different tyeps of families and communitues. Most cases of anorexia begin with a diet that slowly gets more and more dangerous and unhealthy.
Epilepsy is a neurological condition that disturbs the electrical functioning of the brain. It results in altered consciousness and seizures. The most common symptom of epilepsy is repeated seizures, the nature of which varies from one type of epilepsy to the other. As different people have different triggers, what changes may need to be made will differ from person to person. Lifestyle changes will not treat epilepsy as such, but will help people to have…
Landforms affect people in different ways like their lifestyle, occupations, standard of living like in plains and coastal areas lifestyle is advanced, they follow occupation like sevicemen, businessmen, fishermen,etc. in plateaus mining activity and industrialization with minerals is done.Plains are highly populated then plateaus
This is a very subjective question. Many people find that parts of Redland City, which lies north of the Gold Coast and south of Brisbane, offer a perfect lifestyle for people who enjoy fishing and boating. Others like the lifestyle of Helensvale, which is close to the Gold Coast. Many people opt to move to Brisbane's eastern suburbs of Manly and Wynnum, although these could not be said to be "between" Brisbane and the Gold…
Do the different peoples within the white race have different body smell or are there only different smells between the races?
Should people with diseases caused by their own lifestyle be treated at a high of cost to taxpayers and why?
Retirement is a state of mind. I think it means different things to different people: some people call themselves retired, and are still working. To me, retirement happened when I decided I was never going to work again, and adjusted my lifestyle and made a new set of goals that I couldn't accomplish while working.