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  • Persuasive Speech About School Uniforms

    Think about this situation, you are at school and suddenly there is an earthquake tornado or some other natural disaster. Sadly most of the students are killed, later the parents are called in to help identify some of the remains. How are these parents going to figure out if this corpse is their child? Hmmm… maybe by what they saw their child walk out of the house in that morning, so uniforms actually could cause a problem instead of help fix them.      School uniforms are also quite the biggest waste of money. Think about it for a second, if you go out later at night with your friends are you really going to wear your uniform? No most likely not, uniforms have only one place that you can wear them to and that is school. So if I have these couple of outfits hanging up in my closet that I can only wear to one place, I have basically just wasted all the money that I used to spend on these outfits.      Finally school uniforms violate MY personal freedom of expression that was granted to me by the US constitution. I challenge any president to go out and try to revoke one of my constitutionally granted rights. No court in the US would allow him to take away my…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Anti-Smoking Campaigns

    Anti-smoking campaigns are made to inform everyone of the harms of smoking. Although they can be a bit morbid, they have made an impact on my life to not begin smoking. The main goals for anti-smoking campaigns are to discourage the idea of smoking in each individual’s mind. “Anti-tobacco media campaigns, often called counter-advertising campaigns, were originally aimed at countering the effects of tobacco advertising by cigarette manufacturers” (Friend, Levyl). Recently a research journalist…

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  • Anti Smoking Propaganda Campaign

    Nicotine Knowledge According to the 2014 Surgeon General’s Report, every day approximately 1,300 people die due to smoking cigarettes – adding up to at least 460,000 deaths per year (qtd. in “Smoking and Tobacco Use”). Today, the number of smokers is at an all time low, in large part due to the help of anti-smoking propaganda. Anti-smoking propaganda is always justified because it is educational and life saving. Its counterpart, advertising which promotes smoking, is never acceptable. In the…

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  • Industrial Age Research Paper

    Rise of the Industrial Age to The Progressive Age “Tobacco kills 5 million people annually. By the mid-2020s, that figure will increase to about 10 million a year, with most of the deaths occurring in developing countries” (Yach, & Wipfli, (2006), p.465). Tobacco is highly addictive and is used all over the world. It is a plant Nicotiana tabacum which uses the leaves for chewing tobacco, ground to make snuff, and for smoking such as cigars, pipes and cigarettes. In our reading, we find that the…

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  • The Importance Of Smoking In Australia

    69812 The limit of the amount of tobacco allowed to be brought into Australia dropped from 250 to 50 cigarettes as of September 2014. This not only covers cigarettes pushed duty-free but also any tobacco you’ve attained. Many overseas travellers were unaware of this change and were forking out up to $100 in tax in order to hang onto their bulk purchased cigarettes. If you bring in more than 50 cigarettes you have to pay duty fees on the whole amount, or you can surrender the rest. Cigarettes…

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  • Tobacco Use Abstract

    Abstract Tobacco use is a major public health issue health educators need to target and it is the main cause for premature death in the Untied States. The effects of smoking are widespread and can be deadly. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), tobacco is a major public health issue that kills more than 5 million people per year and it is responsible for 1 in 10 adult deaths. It is the single most preventable cause of death among to the five greatest risk factors for mortality.…

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  • Informative Essay: Why Are Tobacco Products So Popular?

    Tobacco products are very popular amongst people and have been for many years. It is not like a fad where it is popular for a while and then people forget about it. What makes it so popular? It can be very harmful to people and yet people still act like it does not affect them. Even though it is not easy for people to stop using tobacco products. There are many programs that can help people quit using tobacco (Moody-Thomas 646-652). The outlaw of tobacco products would lead to tobacco no longer…

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  • E-Cigarette Analysis

    E-Cigarettes E-cigarettes are becoming a more popular alternative to smoking tobacco cigarettes. With its popularity comes much controversy. Some believe that e-cigarettes are not good alternatives to smoking, while others believe smoking e-cigarettes is less harmful. In my opinion, I believe that it is too soon to make a concrete opinion about the use of e-cigarettes. However, for right now, I believe that e-cigarettes are not a good alternative, but have the potential to be. That being said,…

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  • Tobacco Monopolies Case Study

    IV. Results and Discussion Tobacco monopolies were believed to have started during the regime of President Ferdinand Marcos wherein he first imposed import and tax incentives to a Philippine tobacco company, Fortune Tobacco which led to the creation of a policy monopoly (Harvard School of Public Health, 2013). Incentives were given due to President Marcos’ close ties with Mr. Lucio Tan, the founder of Fortune Tobacco. Due to the rise of anti-tobacco advocates all over the world, foreign tobacco…

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  • Non Menthol Cigarettes

    AM J Public Health, they collected data from smokers, nonsmokers and people who quit smoking. They asked a series of questions involving smoking and smoking cigarettes containing menthol, a synthetically made organic compound that has been found to benefit public health if removed from cigarettes. 38. 9% of menthol smokers from the study said they would quit smoking if menthol cigarettes were not available, and only 13% of menthol smokers said they would switch to a non-menthol cigarette. “These…

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