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    Carbonated Water water with carbon dioxide, which is a colorless, odorless glass that creates the bubbles characteristic of carbonated drinks. Carbonated water can help speed digestion, which is part of the reason why many people sip soft drinks for relief from stomach aches. DISAD/ SIDE EFFECT 3. Increase the risk of diabetes The high levels of sugar in soda can increase risk of diabetes. 4.Soda can cause osteoporosis( bone loss), damage teeth, kidney damage People who drink soda are at greater risk of kidney stones and kidney damage. 7. Triggers ulcer disease Soda makes their drinkers more likely to be exposed to and exacerbate ulcer disease. 8. Soda cause dehydration Levels of caffeine and sugar in soda can cause body dehydration. 10. Diet sodas are harmful Diet sodas contains aspartame…

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    History Did you know that soda is the number one most consumed beverage in the U.S., other than water? This is not good, considering soda causes many health issues. This essay is all about soft drinks, including where they came from, how they are made, and the health risks that soft drinks cause. Soda started a few thousand years ago. When Greeks and Romans discovered the medical benefits of mineral water, so they began to bathe in it. Then, in the late 1700’s, the Americans and Europeans…

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    Sugary Drinks Essay

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    Soda and other sugary drinks have been around for as long as I can remember. However, only recently I have seen an increase in the diversity of the beverage industry. They are inventing energy drinks and shots that claim to be a safe way to keep people alert and awake. In addition, now “healthier” options such as diet sodas or zero calorie drinks are being produced. Why would people choose these processed drinks over ones they know for sure are healthy such as water or milk? With adults learning…

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    Should Soda Be Taxed Essay

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    inde-pendently improve our soda habits, thus suggesting that government intervention may be helpful to improve the health of the population, and reduce medical costs. Government in-tervention in a market is warranted when market failures cause suboptimal intake. Market failures are present in the soda industry due to consumers, at times, inconsistent preferences, which provide short-term satisfaction but long-term damage; financial externalities caused by the fact that consumers do not bear the…

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    No tax on Soda Most people like soda. People don’t want a tax on soda because they enjoy it so much, but soda isn’t healthy in many ways. Acid in soda helps with your digestive system. Bezoars can develop and it can stop your digestive system from working properly, but luckily, not permanently. Soda helps dissolve bezoars. Soda is also refreshing, it can help with your thirst, and can help when you are sick too by heating it up in a cup and drinking it. If soda wasn’t taxed, people wouldn’t get…

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    “Are you pouring on the pounds?” NYC department of Health and Mental Hygiene started a campaign to try and reduce obesity and consumption of sugary drinks. The message from NYC is “Are you pouring on the pounds?” 1 NYC Department of health claims that drinking sugary drinks can increase weight gain in individuals. 1 A 2006 study looked at 103 teenagers from the ages of 13-18 who usually drink sugar-sweetened beverages.2 This study was a controlled pilot study, which measured the amount of…

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    lesson that a brands marketing strategy is comprised several components called a marketing mix. The marketing mix is composed of four areas; product, price, placement and promotion. Through many years of success and failure these brands are ripe with illustrations of marketing successes and failures. It is my desire to draw from these examples and describe each brands marketing mix. Coke is a very old brand it started by a pharmacist in the 1880’s as a single product at a single location.…

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    It is not the government’s job to tell us what we are allowed to put in our bodies. A lot of controversy has come up with the Soda Ban Bill. The bill wants to limit the amount of soft drinks sold over 16 ounces. Ultimately, it is an individual’s choice on what they put in their body, and it is arbitrary for the government to try and regulate how much soda people consume. The government is trying to treat us like children who cannot make their own drink choices and it is unwarranted. It is…

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    Pg. 304-315 Politics in Action: How the Beverage Industry Mobilized to Stop a Sugar Tax • One piece of legislature that had quite a significant impact upon society is related to a tax upon drinks that contain a high levels of sugar. o The justification behind this act was to help fight obesity in America, something that was becoming a serious issue in the early 2000’s and still is today. o This is one of the few government related things that actually got the attention of young people as well…

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    Norms are defined as the expectations of how people are expected to act in public. I was required to violate a norm in public and also observe a norm violation. In addition, for my norm violation I decided to go to a public place and do something that people are not expecting to see. I went to an In-and-out that is located on Panama ln and I started working out in front of costumers. For my norm violation observation I observed a co-worker that is always picking up soda cans from everyone. …

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