Unit 6 Health and Exercise Exercise & Grammar: Class 11 English
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Health and Exercise class 11 exercise notes
In order to be productive, one must be well both physically and mentally. When people become sick, not only do their families and communities suffer, but so does the country as a whole. It's not enough to have a population that's both well-educated and capable. We can't build our nation until we're healthy.
People are a country's most precious natural resource, hence their well-being affects the economy directly. Healthy people are more productive and live longer, which has a significant influence on economic development. We can't compete as well in the global market if we have a poor healthcare system.
All individuals, not just the affluent, should be able to access and afford a decent healthcare system. To rapidly climb the success ladder, a country's people must be in peak physical condition. Countries with low growth rates are those that prioritise the health of their citizens.
The government and the people, both share responsibility for the health of a country. Governments, on the other hand, should be held to a higher standard of accountability and be better equipped to address pressing public health issues.
Preventing the spread of infectious illnesses should be a top priority. Hazards to human health posed by the environment must be eliminated at all costs. Public health infrastructures at the local level must be adequate. Promoting healthy communities and lifestyles is critical.
In short, health care services should be easily accessible. We need to build health care facilities all across the country.
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