Hello Butterfly!

It has been a long time since I did my last post but am back with "Broaden your thinking on the relationship between lung cancer and drought."In Roba Abduba's  post on "Lung cancer in animals",I found the post  important to me because scientific research has proven that lack of water contributes to lung cancer.From my past posts,I have been showing that in recent years,water levels have been rising in the water bodies while the water remaining for domestic use is reducing.That means that in coming years, cancer cases will have increased by more that double.

Water flushes toxins out of the body, and promotes the optimum health and function of every major and minor bodily organ and system. Public health professionals often state that a person's health is 90% determined by himself and his lifestyle and 10% by his medical care. Drinking plenty of clean purified water is one of the easiest and most beneficial steps to achieving great health outcomes.The third step is to maintain a proper lifestyle. This entails exercising, eating a healthy diet, sleeping well, and drinking plenty of water. The importance of drinking adequate amounts of water cannot be overstated. Water flushes toxins out of the body, and promotes the optimum health and function of every major and minor bodily organ and system e.g Kidneys cannot filter toxins out of the body. Dehydration, or the lack of water in the body, can lead to heart problems, and increased risk of nearly every serious health condition including lung cancer and any other sort of cancer. Public health professionals often state that a person's health is 90% determined by himself and his lifestyle and 10% by his medical care. Drinking plenty of clean purified water is one of the easiest and most beneficial steps to achieving great health outcomes.

 

From that,we have to be careful of what we consume and the water intake in our bodies.We should also use water sparingly although we have it in plenty.This is because research show that in 50 years time,90% of the earth's surface will be covered in water which show that the volume of consumable water will have reduced.

post ref:https://www.freedrinkingwater....ing-water-health.htm

 

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Hey Samuel,

I love how you brought 2 completely different posts together and connecting them in a very logical way that isn't commonly noticed. Bringing other people's posts into the limelight have been lost due to them not being a requirement within the course but I love how you still take the time and cheer on other members. Water is a very important aspect to our bodies and helps clear and function some of our different organs. I admire your commitment to not only link these topics together but creating a mini research round of your own on the topic. Keep up the good work and I look forward to reading another one of your broaden your thinkings!

Hey Samuel!

Great post on drought and lung cancer! We usually don't see these two ideas linked together; however, you did a great job explaining just how hand-in-hand these ideas really go. I love that you included the term "Broaden Your Thinking" in your title as that is exactly what your research did for me. It really got me thinking to all the effects and consequences not having access to clean drinking water can create. If it interests you, it may be beneficial to look into drinking water on a global scale - how do people obtain it? What are ways of getting it for those who don't have it? etc.

Here are some sources that may help:

Safe Drinking Water is Essential - Why is Safe Water Essential?https://www.koshland-science-museum.org/water/.../Why-is-Safe-Water-Essential.html

Water Crisis - Learn About The Global Water Crisis | Water.orghttps://water.org/our-impact/water-crisis/

Drinking-water - World Health Organizationhttps://www.who.int › News › Fact sheets › Detail

Great job and good luck!

Hi Samuel!
I really like how you thought this out very well! You made a connection between two problems in the world today and I think you really thought outside the box for it. For me personally, I don’t think I could’ve linked those two together without reading your post first! So great job on that! Drinking water everyday is obviously essential to our survival and so if there was a massive drought, that could cause a lot of problems, so it is important we take care of the planet and ourselves to assure that doesn’t happen. As you said, we should use our water wisely and not waste it!
Overall, great job on making these connections!

Hello @Samuel Peter Shirazi (Tigithi)

I am so glad to see this! Not many people do broaden your thinking anymore, I was slightly disheartened I was the only one doing them time to time! Really great to see these as you connect two or more ideas that seem not related. This really helps push new ideas and thoughts to make connections. 

It is really definitely helpful to know that water has so much uses and it is super precious for our survival. The effects as you mentioned definitely helps with the immune system that relates to cancer in the end. Question is, how do we really try to fix this fresh water issue? There are a lot of problems in the world globally happening at the same time, this is one of them. 

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Keep it up~ Nice job

Jim
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