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Globalization Increases Health Risks
A look at how globalization affects health.
# 142461 | 1,000 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Sociology (General) , Medical and Health (General) , Economics (Globalization)


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This paper discusses how some health benefits can be linked to globalization, while some of the negative effects outweigh the positive in many ways. The paper shows how globalization can be linked to the health inequalities in the world, the spread of disease, how incorrect information on the Internet affects health, and possible bioterrorism.

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""Each year, approximately two million children die in developing countries as a result of lower respiratory infections, most pneumonia" (Pang & Guindon 511). How do respiratory infections and pneumonia linked to globalization? What is globalization and how does it affect health? These are important questions in the study of globalization and its affect upon health. Some health benefits can be linked to globalization. Some of the negative effects outweigh the positive in many ways. Globalization can be linked to the health inequalities in the world, the spread of disease, how incorrect information on the Internet affects health, and possible..."

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