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Some people think living in big cities is bad for people’s health. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
It is argued that living in the urban area does harm to health conditions of city dwellers. I partly agree with this statement.
Admittedly, many citizens are prone to poor health because they have to endure poor living conditions in major cities. Specifically, plenty of individuals can not afford home ownership in major cities, therefore they are likely to end up living in slums. Meanwhile, urban facilities fail to meet the growing demand for clean water, dispose of household wastes effectively and manage sewage. As a result,
However, it is true that city life also contributes to the improvement of people’s living standards. To illustrate, people are more likely to find employment and improve their financial ability. Those with high incomes are able to take part in many leisure activities, such as traveling to different places, which helps to improve people’s mental health. On the other hand, city dwellers have easy access to public services, including sports facilitates and health care, which helps people lead a healthier lifestyle. Compared with people living in the rural area, city dwellers care more about their health by working out on a regular basis, simply because there are many places available for them to do so. Besides, even if an individual gets sick, he is likely to enjoy better treatment for the reason that there are more public hospitals with advanced medical facilities and experienced doctors.
Overall, despite some health problems might be unavoidable due to the poor living conditions in certain area of major cities, I still tend to believe that living in the urban has a positive impact on improving the city citizens’ living standard, because more job opportunities and better public service can be provided.