The emperor Akbar acquired many interests. He liked participating in chess and soaring kites; He liked listening to experiences of other lands; but his favorite hobby was collecting horses, good horses.
One day a horse dealer arrived to the palace. He previously a team of horses to market. The emperor arrived and looked at the horses.
"They are incredibly fine horses, " said Akbar. "I'll buy them. Have got any longer?"
"No sir, " said the supplier. "But if you give me some cash, I'll go to Afghanistan and buy even more. "
Akbar provided the horse seller two hundred metallic rupees for the team of horses, and two hundred rupees more to bring more horses from Afghanistan. He offered him the money but he did not ask him any questions. He didn't ask what his name was, where he originated from, or where he lived. The horse dealer took the amount of money and proceeded to go away.
An interview essay is a very powerful instrument of sharing information. You can fill it not only with dry facts, but with deeper insights too. When we are talking about how to write an interview essay we can divide the whole process in two parts – before the actual interview and after it. Both parts are extremely important. First we will talk about how to conduct a good interview. First answer on a question: what is the purpose of your essay? Your work will touch several questions. You cannot ask all possible questions in your interview, so you have to determine the purpose of the it. There are two ways how to write an essay. It can be a factual piece or an opinion piece. Both of methods are good and effective. Your choice should depend on the topic and questions that you want to ask. Some questions can be answered strictly, but some – only with personal opinion.
Keywords: control of endemic diseases, locally endemic diseases
Worldwide, countries are facing various general public health issues but at unequal level. Low and middle-income countries are definitely more experiencing high burden of disease than developed countries (Lopez et al. , 2006).
Public health issues in the world have been around for hundreds of years and to manage them different interventions from differing people have been put in place and also have been improved as time passes depending after new health-related discoveries.