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



In today’s world, it is believed that state budget should be spent more on encouraging people to live healthily rather than on the treatment of patients. However, I completely disagree with this view because they are both necessary to have financial funding in equal share.

On the one hand, governments need to pay for policies or projects to enhance a healthy lifestyle. First of all, public health campaigns should be invested to raise people’s awareness about a number of far-reaching consequences of sedentary lifestyle. In other words, if citizens are aware of being physically active in their day-to-day lives, there would be less likelihood of suffering severe diseases. Another way the government can spend money on is a balanced diet for people. For example, they can provide green options such as vegetables or fruits at an affordable price to promote a higher intake of these nutritional foods.

On the other hand, patients who suffer from various illnesses also need money for their treating days in hospitals. Healthcare facilities such as hospitals or health clinics need to be renovated on a monthly basis to facilitate ill people. If they are in good condition, they can recover as quickly as possible. Besides, governments should invest in importing cutting-edge technological devices which play a vital role in the treatment progress. For instance, if modern instruments are used in surgery, there would be a higher rate of successful surgical cases.

In conclusion, while the promotion of healthy habits by education or healthy food’s advocation need to be spent a remarkable amount of money on, I believe governments should pay an equal budget for medical services in hospitals for the better recovery of patients.

In today’s world, it is believed that more of the state budget (We do not spend budget. A budget is a plan for spending money on a list of categories.) should be allocated to campaigns spent more on encouraging people to live healthily rather than on the treatment of patients. However, I completely disagree with this view because they are both it is necessary to fund them equally. have financial funding in equal share.

On the one hand, governments need to pay for policies or projects to enhance (wrong word) promote a healthy lifestyle. First of all, public health campaigns should be run invested to raise people’s awareness about a number of the far-reaching consequences of a sedentary lifestyle. In other words, if citizens are aware of the merits of being physically active in their day-to-day lives, there would be less likelihood of suffering severe diseases. Another way the government can spend money on is a balanced diet for people. For example, they can provide green healthy options such as vegetables or fruits at an affordable price to promote a higher intake of these nutritional nutritious foods.

On the other hand, patients who suffer from various illnesses also need money for their treating days (unnatural) surgeries in hospitals. Healthcare facilities such as hospitals or health clinics need to be renovated on a regular monthly (e do not renovate hospitals every month.) basis to facilitate (wrong word) be able to cure ill people. If they are in good condition, they can recover as quickly as possible. Besides, governments should invest in importing the best equipment and medicines cutting-edge technological devices (unnatural) which play a vital role in the patients' treatment progress. For instance, if modern instruments are used in surgery, there would be a higher rate of successful surgeries. surgical cases.

In conclusion, while the promotion of healthy habits by education or healthy food’s advocation need to be spent a remarkable amount of (unnatural) is very worthwhile money on, I believe governments should pay allocate equal amounts an equal budget for medical services in hospitals for the better treatment recovery of patients.

What words can be replaced with "state budget"? Thank you for your feedback.

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In the conclusion:

1, I think that the promotion of healthy habits is not only by education but also healthy food's advocation, as I mentioned in the body paragraph, but I don't know the alternative words for them (the bold phrase). Can you suggest any?

2, allocate amount for medical services: I do not completely understand this phrase, I thought that we should write "allocate a considerable amount for medical service"?

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mintchoco I do not completely understand this phrase, I

It should be "allocate equal amounts"

mintchoco think that the promotion of healthy habits is not only by education but also healthy food's advocation,

"Healthy food's advocation" makes no sense.

Healthier eating habits can be achieved by two methods, awareness campaigns and the distribution of free healthy food to citizens.

What words can be replaced with "state budget"? Thank you for your feedback.

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A budget is planned spending for a period of time. Use a budget to allocate your total income to various categories. After the time passes, you can keep track of your spending and compare the budget amounts with the actual amounts. Then you can adjust the budget if the amounts were significantly different.

A budget is an effective money management tool. Of course the budget for a government is much more complicated than for a family or a student.

He budgeted $30 for food next week.
He allocated $30 of his total budget to the food category.

The state revenue was $5.6 billion for the second quarter of 2000. Most of that was spent on pensions and other social welfare programs. They exceeded their budget by 10%.