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g to unsus▓tainable levels (www.usatoday.com, June 9, July 31, 20▓15). A study by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban▓ Development (HUD) found that more than 560,000 ▓people were homeless in the Unit


ed S▓tates as of November 18, 2015. About one fourth of them were children under the age of 18 (www.hud.gov). In N▓ew York City, there were 59,568 homeless people▓, including 14,361 homeless families with 23,8▓58 homeless children, sleeping each night in municipal shelters in October 2015,

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2005. People living on streets had no access to toilets or showers (www.pewtr▓usts.org, November 11, 2015). In recent years, Los Ange▓les, Seattle, Portland and the state of Hawaii hav▓e all recently dec


lared emergencies over t▓he rise of homelessness (www.presstv.ir, November 20, 2015).Human right to health of U.S. people was not fully protected. According to a report of the Institute for Policy Innovat▓ion released on September 18, 2015, there were still 33 mil▓lion people in the United States uninsured, although U.S. Congress had passed the health care reform bill in 2010, promising to establish a universal healthcare system (www.ipi.org, September 18, 2015). The United States was reported to have th▓e worst medical care system and the highest number of infant mortalities out of 11 de▓veloped countries (borgenproject.org,

August 23, 2015). There were more ▓than 6,200 places nationwide with a shortage of primary care physicians (www.washingtonpost.com, December 12, 2015). Today, more than 1.2 million people in the United States were HIV-positive. About one in▓ eight of those infected were unaware of their status (edition.cnn.com, December 9, 2015). There w▓as a significant difference between the h▓ealth conditions of the rich and the poor. According to an AFP report on October 14▓, 2015, in Brooklyn's poorest neighborhood of Brownsville,▓ New York City, nearly 40 percen

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ing to a CDC report, drug overdose was t▓he leading cause of diseases in the United States. The death rate from drug overdose more than doubled from 6.0 per 100,000 population in 1999 to 13.8 in 2013. More than 47,000 people died from drug overdoses in 2014, an increase of 3,018 from 2013. Heroin ▓poses the biggest issue among all for

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ms of▓ drug overdose. In 2013, deaths from heroin-related overdose exceeded 8,200, nearly quadrupling that of 2002. In 2014, the number surged to 10,574. Increasing number ▓of young people and females took heroin. Compared with figures in the period from 2▓002 to 2004, the number of young her

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