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    plastic water bottles for many different reasons. Some reasons are for health environment and more, but is the ban worth it? I believe that states should start banning plastic water bottles. My fisrt reason I think we should ban plastic water bottles,even though people are recycling, it isn’t enough for how much plastic water bottles we buy, The author, Katy Steinmetz wrote, “""[The bottles] are not being thrown away … They are being recycled." While that's not true of all bottles in the Bay…

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    How much would you like to get rid of Water bottles because they’re not using purified water 25% of the time the other 75% is purified. Companies like Dasani and Aquafina are using tap water instead of purified water they just say it’s purified so they can make money. I’m a student myself and i think that source #2 is right because More than 1 billion plastic water bottles end up in California’s landfill every year , taking 1,000 years to biodegrade and leaking toxic additives such as…

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    Benefits Of Bottle Feeding

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    names, schools, clothes, foods, rules, etc. Everyday brings new decisions and with those decisions are judgments from other people. Parents are scrutinized for every choice that they make when raising a child. One of these decisions is whether to bottle-feed using formula or to breast-feed a child. One side argues that breast milk is superior because it is natural. The other side argues that formula is just as beneficial as breast milk. The anti-formula side emphasizes the use of breast milk…

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    9 Lifestraw Go Personal Water Purifier Water Bottle Hikers, campers and trekkers know that water is one of the most important and heaviest supplies carried. This Lifestraw Go Personal Water Purifier Water Bottle dramatically cuts the amount of water carried, since it turns water from lakes, rivers and streams into safe drinking water. Constructed of food-grade plastic, the bottle holds 650 mls of water at a time and filters up to 1000 liters over the life of the replaceable filter. It…

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    Breastfeeding v. Formula Feeding Mothers have been breastfeeding their children for hundreds of years. In these times bottle feeding is being looked at as a more convenient and easier way to feed the baby. Bottle Feeding is neglecting a child of the important vitamins and nutrients it takes to thrive in the world. Breastfeeding is the best natural choice for mothers to do for their babies. They need to proteins in the milk that helps them form a defense against the diseases that plague this…

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    Not everyone agrees that breast-feeding is best. Some may argue that bottle feeding is democratic and that you as a mother need to give other members of your family a chance to interact or try to get the experience and the thrill of nourishing the new life of joy you have, but by you giving the child a bottle with formula isn't necessary. Mothers need the experience of breast-feeding. Mothers can put the breast milk in a bottle and give other members of the family a chance to feed the baby.…

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    How mother of bottle fed babies know exactly much milk their kiddo has ingested during a meal. A breastfeeding mother, I had been nursing for awhil, The first days of my baby life. A belly full of milk meant a certain number of dirty diapers and a steady, reassuring rise on the growth chart. I found out the hard way, a breastfed newborn often loses weight in the beginning until milk production begins in earnest. Some trimming down is to be expected, A type of jaundice. A normal range of quickly…

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    In today’s society, there has been an ongoing controversy towards breastfeeding verses bottle feeding. Acker (2009) reports that, through recent public health efforts contemporary mothers in the United States have learned the slogan “Breast is Best.” A preponderance of medical literature finds that breastfeeding is a cost-effective way to improve the health of infants and children. These beliefs have also lead to some believing; everyone knows that breastfeeding is the only way to feed an…

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    Breast feeding and bottle feeding has three main differences and they are, health benefits, cost, and convenience. This is the most important thing a mother has to decide after they give birth to their baby is which one they are going to do. However, both are great, they are different. Their differences can affect the mother’s decision on what she chooses to do. Breast feeding babies has many health advantages to the baby, but also to the mother compared to bottle feeding babies. Breastfed milk…

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    manufacture water bottles every year. This is enough oil to fuel one million cars a year (Ellsbury 10, 2012). We, as a community, need to try to cut back on using disposable water bottles, or simply, recycle. The first female I interviewed will be know as MS, she is currently twentyone. She was quite different from the other two interwiewees. She has never used a plastic bottle in her life, she also recycles everything that needs to be recycled. She said she uses reusable water bottles on a…

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