Driving a car is an activity that needs maximum attention and concentration. Just imagine that you have to follow the indicators, be attentive to traffic lights, pedestrians – on the crosswalk, on the road edge, at the traffic light – doesn’t matter whether the light is green or red. There are many cars running – taking over, stopping, signaling, turning…
Vegetarianism is today considered almost a synonym to the concept of “ecology.” Enthusiastic young men and girls talk about how they seriously and significantly “help” the nature by giving up on eating meat products. In other words, being a vegetarian (vegan) is a fashionable, stylish and environment-oriented approach today. However, vegetarianism brings hardly any value to the environment since it leads to the extensive nature destruction, development of dangerous genetically modified food, and far-reaching animal death all over the world.
The LED technology is one of the most well-known kinds of lamps these days. The market of lighting equipment is growing rapidly for about 20% every year. There are a few reasons for such a popularity of LED lights. One of them is the cost efficiency in comparison with other kinds of lighting. The luminous efficiency of the LEDs is 132 lumens per 1 watt, which is approximately the same as the sodium lamps and almost 5 times bigger than the light output of conventional phosphorescent bulbs.
Child abuse is an appalling phenomenon that affects thousands of children worldwide. According to the U.S. federal legislation, the term child abuse refers to any parents’ or caregivers’ acts or failures to act that result in serious physical or emotional harm, death, exploitation, or sexual abuse of a child (Hirschy & Wilkinson, 2009). As seen from this definition, there are many different ways of child abuse, which include emotional, physical, and sexual harm. Continue reading “Consequences of Child Abuse”
During the past several decades, there have been heated debates regarding the adverse effects of television on viewers. The special attention has been paid to its influence on children and adolescents, who are believed to be the most perceptive to information (Guru, Nabi, & Raslana, 2013). Scholars argue that watching television reduces the amount of time children spend on active play, sport, and social contacts. It also affects their cognitive development and language skills, which may later affect academic performance (Barkham, 2009). Continue reading “Negative Effects of Television”