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Task 2: It is more important to spend public money on promoting a healthy lifestyle in order to prevent illness than to spend it on treatment of people who are already ill. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


It is sometimes argued that it is necessary that more money be allocated to improve illness prevention than to curing diseases. While many people advocate this opinion because it is money-saving, I think that treatment methods also deserve to be invested due to unavoidable factors causing illness.


On the one hand, governments should use more money to encourage their residents to build a healthy lifestyle, which saves more money. This might be because the cost for it includes the amount of money used in daily life such as diet and exercises. For example, instead of consuming junk food, people can buy more vegetables and organic food, providing bodies with enough nutritious substances for living actively. Moreover, money spent on curing illness is absolutely excessive for exercises. Indeed, even middle-class individuals do not have availability to meet the demands for some dangerous diseases, especially when they have to suffer from serious ones such as cancer and diabetes. As a result, they might face the risk of being bankrupted as well as the negative consequences of diseases.


On the other hand, people can not avoid all health problems, therefore the solutions for them also need caring and investing. In particular, environmental pollution which has become more prevalent recently, has adverse harmful effects on people’s lives, making them more vulnerable to illnesses. For example, exhaust fumes from factories and private vehicles in the air can affect human’s respiratory systems, leading to the high rate of lung cancer causing death cases. This urges scientists and doctors to do more research helping people overcome dangerous situations in case they have diseases.


In conclusion, both prevention methods and treatment should provide enough money to build good health for humans. It is predicted that in the future medical fields can catch more attention from the public and the government, which might help people escape from the fear of illnesses.

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It is sometimes argued that it is necessary that more government money should be allocated to improve illness programs that focus on prevention than to curing diseases. [ 1] While many people advocate this opinion because it is money-saving, I think that treatment methods also both deserve to be funded by the government. invested due to unavoidable factors causing illness.

On the one hand, governments should use more spending money on campaigns to encourage their residents to build people to adopt a healthy lifestyle , which saves more money in the long term. This might be because the cost for it includes the amount of money used in daily life such as it does not cost much to teach people to have a healthy diet and to exercise. For example, instead of consuming junk food, people can buy more vegetables and organic food. , providing bodies with enough nutritious substances for living actively. Moreover, money spent on curing illness is absolutely excessive for exercises. Indeed, even middle-class individuals do not have availability to meet the demands for some dangerous diseases, especially when they have to suffer from serious ones such as cancer and diabetes. As a result, they might face the risk of being bankrupted as well as the negative consequences of diseases. [ 1]

On the other hand, people can not avoid not all health problems are preventable or avoidable. , Therefore, it is necessary for governments to allocate funds for the treatment of such illnesses. the solutions for them also need caring and investing. In particular, environmental pollution which has become more prevalent recently, has adverse harmful effects on people’s lives, making them more vulnerable to illnesses. For example, exhaust fumes from factories and private vehicles in the air can affect human’s respiratory systems, leading to the high rate of lung cancer causing death cases. [ 2] This urges scientists and doctors to do more research helping people overcome dangerous situations in case they have diseases. [ 3]

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[ 1]: I have no idea what that means! You need to simplify your phrasing, and organize your ideas well. If you want, you can talk about how governments can incorporate the message of healthy lifestyles into the school curriculum. Try to give an example or two.

[ 2]: That is actually a bad example, because pollution of the environment is the sort of thing that can be prevented! Instead, you should talk about inherited diseases, injuries from accidents, pandemics, etc.

[ 3]: Again, I do not understand that. It seems to be irrelevant.

Revise your essay, if you like, and repost it below.