Don Juravin Uses Research To Fight the Evil of Ignorance

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Some habits and truths are self-evident to everyone. Wash your hands, sleep every day, drink water. But not everything is so obvious. 

In the interest of helping people become educated, efficient, and happy, Don Juravin created researches in collaboration with the World Health Organization. Some of these studies teach people the importance of vaccinations, and what people can do to combat the misinformation that is spread by others. 

Juravin also created several studies to promote the rights of women. He believes that women are better than men, but because of this, women have to do more to teach men how to treat them. Juravin firmly believes that countries need more women to lead them in government. 

Juravin’s other studies show that even though people believe that the United States is number one when it comes to progress, it actually is not. Much more progress needs to be made when it comes to teenage pregnancies, which show a lack of education in schools. The spike in the deaths from addictive drugs shows that the country needs to focus on solving the opioid crises in a different manner. 

Some of the information can be used by people who are traveling, or determining the best places to live.  His studies show the safest countries to drive, and the places where one is less likely to get robbed, and the safest place to live without air pollution

Many have agreed that Juravin’s researches have improved their lives. “As a mentor, Don was truly amazing. I felt such a strong connection to him, and he always showed great care for me,” wrote Lablu Akhon in a review. 

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