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Do you think government funding to train additional health care providers can help rural health care reduce workforce shortages, lesson the negative impact on health care access? Justify your answer.
Weegy: Health care is one of the largest industries in the country, employing a vast number of workers. [ Still, many communities experience health care workforce shortage problems, with the most severe being in rural health professional shortage areas and medically needy and underserved population groups. Rural health care workforce shortages carry a negative impact on health care quality, through reduced health care access as well as through increased stress on providers. Shortages not only contribute to higher costs by raising compensation levels to reflect increased demand but also by increasing the use of overtime pay and expensive temporary personnel. Read more: ] (More)
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How does Hinduism differ from other religious groups (such as in their beliefs, worship practices, or values)?
Weegy: Hinduism includes Srauta, Vaishnavism and Shaivism among numerous other traditions. It also includes historical groups, for example the Kapalikas. [ Among other practices and philosophies, Hinduism includes a wide spectrum of laws and prescriptions of "daily morality" based on the notion of karma, dharma, and societal norms.[5] Hinduism is a conglomeration of distinct intellectual or philosophical points of view, rather than a rigid common set of beliefs.[6] ] (More)
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In what ways has the Hinduism contributed to American culture?
Weegy: Prior to 1965, Hindu immigration to the U.S. was minuscule and isolated. In those earlier days, visitors, students and some traders were primarily the only ones who bothered to set foot in the USA. [ The Bellingham Riots in Bellingham, Washington on September 5, 1907 epitomized the low tolerance in the USA for Indians and Hindus. Despite such events, some people including professionals stayed and worked until the Immigration and Nationality Services (INS) Act of 1965 was passed. This opened the doors to Hindu immigrants who wished to work and start families in the United States. It included Hindu preachers as well, who spread awareness of the religion among a people that had little contact with it. Also during the 1960s, Hindu teachers found resonance in the UScounter-culture, leading to the formation of a number of Neo-Hindu[disambiguation needed ] movements such as the International Society for Krishna Consciousness founded by Swami Prabhupada. Other influential Indians of a Hindu faith are Chinmoy and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. A joint session of the United States Congress was opened with a prayer in Sanskrit (with some Hindi and English added), read by Venkatachalapathi Samudrala, in September 2000, to honour the visit of Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The historic gesture was an initiative by Ohio Congressman Sherrod Brown who requested the US Congress House Chaplain to invite the Hindu priest from the Shiva Vishnu Hindu Temple in Parma, Ohio. ] (More)
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Provide specific examples of prejudice or discrimination Hinduism has experienced.
Weegy: Swaminathan Venkataraman serves on the board of the Hindu American Foundation, which recently released a long-term study of caste-based discrimination in India. [ The report argues that so far from being a Hindu concept, caste discrimination is actually in direct conflict with Hindusim. Swami Venkataraman answered some questions about the scope of the report, the ongoing problem of caste-based discrimination, and resources within Hinduism for widespread social repair.. READ MORE: ] (More)
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Does what you have learned about Hinduism help you understand it? In what ways?
Weegy: I personally haven't taken a course in Hinduism, but I have in other cultural classes like Latin Studies. After taking such courses, I did learn but the learning was based on being able to pass whatever exams I took. (More)
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