Resopnse To Peer
Response to Peer
Response to Peer
1 RAVYN BYR7
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Misdiagnosis is a common matter prevalent in our world today and often people and professionals are mistaken about their diagnosis. When we are faced with health issues we often turn to professionals or doctors. We rely on doctors to essential figure out what wrong. However, these commonly overlooked improperly diagnosis result in a lot of mistreatments and even deaths of many people. The U.S, Department of Veterans Affair stated in 2014 the nationwide misdiagnosis rate is at 5.08%, or around 12 million patients per year. This is very relatable and personal to me because my mom was misdiagnosed in 2016. I think that we put too much trust into the American health system with our well-being and health and we don't often take the many precautions before allowing another human being label us with an illness. Example: in the black community often young black males are misdiagnosed with attention deficit hyper activity disorder (ADHD) and quickly labeled and are given medication as treatment although, they have not been properly diagnosed. Often, doctors sometime do more harm than good, just because a child is distracted doesn't indicate that they suffer from ADHD.
RAVYN BYR7 has explained the severity of misdiagnosis in a clear manner by sharing the stats of yearly death rate, due to misdiagnosis. Misdiagnosis not only gives rise to mistreatment, leading to death, however, in other cases it gives rise to stigmatization of another culture or population and the write has explained it clearly.
2. ISATA YOKI7
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Something that most people including myself often mistaken is personality. Often time we tend to judge people before getting to know them first. We structure impressions of individuals a similar way we structure an impression of anything. When we see something that doesn't look edible our first impression is “Oh no that doesn't look good to eat” or we start questioning if the food is cooked good or if it's edible. We don’t even give the food a chance to see if it’s good or not. I feel like as humans we tend to judge people based on their personality. Some people may be loud or act in a way when they walk in somewhere they want all attention on them. Some people do that to hide their insecurity so instead of judging them why not make the effort and get to know them and see why they act the way they do. Another thing our society do is when they see someone with a lot of tattoos they start judging them and giving them a bad label. Some people have a tattoo as a form of art to express themselves. We need to stop and think that we could be totally and absolutely wrong, and maybe take a risk to know that person regardless of our abnormal feelings.
The writer has explained the biased attitude of human bangs towards each other, by highlighting the aspect that we judge each other from the appearance of a personality. We do not make the effort of knowing the person or his/her circumstances and just give the verdict based on our assumption, which needs to be changed.
3. MONIQUE NELSO7
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I think an area many people are mistaken about is first impressions. It is so easy for individuals to make an assumption about others based solely on what they perceive them to be. Using myself as an example, I'm a quiet person. Some of my friends told me they perceived me to be stuck up at first because I didn't talk much. They felt as though I wasn't interested in being friends with anyone. Of course, this is not true. Though I am quiet, me being stuck up or even anti-social is nowhere near true. Unfortunately, this is an example of how people can jump to conclusions based on what they perceive someone to be on the first impression. I'm not innocent, because I too have made assumptions at times. However, I try my best to give people the benefit of the doubt because I know what it's like to have people jump to conclusions about me and my character when they don't know me.
The writer has talked about the negative consequences of developing a first impressions. Talking about being the victim of forts impressions, the writer has shared that it is not good, as well as possible to judge someone perfectly based on one’s assumptions and it causes damage to the person, as people do not try to give a chance to the other person.
4. OLASUMBO OLAGOK8
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When I think about this topic of our discussion, what came up in my mind was Money! Many people in this beautiful world believe that money is everything and everything is money. I will disagree that money is everything. There are number of things that money cannot take care of. Money cannot buy and keep love. If money can buy and keep love, many marriages of the rich people should last forever. And our President (Mr. Trump) should still be married to his first wife today. Money cannot raise the dead. If money can raise the dead, Steve Job would still be alive today. Money cannot buy happiness. If money can buy happiness, no rich man or woman should commit suicide. And Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain should be alive today, if money truly brings happiness. Money cannot buy absolute good health. If money can buy absolute good health, no rich person(s) should have any of the following diseases (disease of affluence) type 2 diabetes, asthma, coronary heart disease, cerebrovascular disease, peripheral vascular disease, obesity, hypertension, cancer, alcoholism, gout, and some other types of diseases considered the disease of affluence.
Don’t make any mistake, I myself like money and I like to make a lot of it. And, don’t get me wrong, money is really-good and can buy a lot of things in this world. I just disagree with notion that money is everything and everything is money.
The author has talked about the importance of money in the life of human beings. Most of the times, we think that money is the solution to all of our problems, however, the writer, through the examples of some famous people has depicted that money cannot buy love, ultimate health, happiness and life. So, it is beneficial but not everything.
5. JUBILEE STANTON
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Many people believe that the meat we eat is good for us; however you have other such as myself who don't believe this. Many facts point to meat being the leading cause of human health problem of the world today. There are many website as well as doctors working hands on in the medical filed that don't believe there should be meat in our diet. As a current meat eater i agree. With the scary and overwhelming research to back this matter. i myself had in my mind that we need it and that meat is good for us, but the matter of fact is that we wrong meant is the leading cause of cancer form any people. We need to have and get what our bodies need from a plant based diet. Many people such as myself just didn't ant to or found it too much to do the research ourselves because we had the fake fact finders pulling at us with different foods we don't need but are told we do. No a day’s I push myself not to believe things because im lazy and just really want to believe and not give it up.
The author has argued about the harms of a diet based on meat while arguing about the general perception of the public. He has revealed that he also considered a meat diet as the best and healthiest; however, it is not true as proved by research. So we should make an effort and change to a vegetarian diet.
6. GLORIA THOMAS
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Having a college education and graduating from college can get you a good job. In so many families and being brought up in an environment that pushed education. Hearing this all my life. Saying that’s what you need to do to make it in the world. That’s the idea for many American’s and their families. What we teach our children from day one. Don’t get me wrong. Education is important. Learning and growing is a wonderful thing. I think that the educational system in America is backwards. So many people go to college and get degrees in field of studies and they never get jobs related to their field of studies. Getting degrees in things that they never pursue. I work with lawyers who went to college graduate pass the bar and still living paycheck to paycheck due to student loan and debt. While trying to build there resume for better opportunity. College is not the American dream unless you are being afforded a college education. I am do to graduate May 2020 I am excited this will be a big accomplishment for me but I also think about the 70,000.00 bill that I will be receiving in the mail the minute I graduate. Now in my field of studies the average yearly salary is 70 to 80 thousand. Reality just set in. I am going into the work force seeking employment already in a deficit. So when people in the world say college education is the American dream. They can’t really justify it.
The author has talked about the dark truth of the American dream of college education. He has argued that college education is considered the guarantee of better employment, however, it is not so. The graduates even have to deal with the burden of their educational debt and live their lives while struggling.
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