Health experts say one of the biggest challenges for those who want to improve their health is figuring out how to use basic science to improve the health of others.ABC News has learned the problem is exacerbated by a lack of access to basic science education.
Many Americans can’t get access to a medical school because it costs thousands of dollars.
And the federal government does not fund research in basic science, such as how to make a better understanding of what causes heart disease.
The problem is compounded by the fact that many basic science students do not have the time or money to attend college.ABCNEWS has found that nearly a quarter of U.S. high school students are enrolled in college, and one in five high school graduates is not able to afford a college degree.
According to a survey by the Association of American Universities, more than one in four high school seniors cannot afford a bachelor’s degree.
And the lack of basic science is not limited to the classroom.
A recent ABCNEWS analysis found that half of all public schools do not offer a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) program.
ABCNEWS also found that students in low-income schools are more likely to have limited or no access to STEM education.ABC NEWS: The American Medical Association has called on the U.N. to adopt a universal basic science requirement.
The AMA says there are some good reasons for the shortage, such a lack or high cost of the science and engineering fields.
The AMA recommends that the U,N.
establish a universal, national requirement for basic science.ABCNews has learned that the organization is already working on a national plan.
The U.NA has launched a new website to provide guidance on how to create a comprehensive universal basic sciences plan.