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  • Drinking Water Speech

    people thought that drinking lots of water will make them bloat, however, it is actually the opposite. Water helps a person loss unwanted weight. If you want to lose some weight, it is advisable that you drink water before eating a meal. This will help you feel full and will improve your body's metabolism. Sometimes, we also mistake our thirst for hunger. If this occurs, we usually eat even if it is not what our body needs. So the next time you feel a bit hungry, try drinking water first. 3. It…

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  • Drinking Bottled Water

    and the natural environment, due to the use of plastic bottles. People should have the fact about the safety and purity of tap water compared to bottled water and the disadvantageous effect of plastic to health and environment, so they may lessen drinking bottled water and change to tap water.…

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  • Lowering The Drinking Age

    In the United States the minimum legal drinking age (MLDA) is currently at 21 years old. When the drinking age was changed from 18 to 21 in 1984, the main purpose was to lower the amount of highway deaths, caused by drunk driving. Even though the number of highway deaths has indeed lowered since then, raising the drinking age has also led to more deaths in general and has caused more problems that need the people’s attention. Such problems include the police focusing on ticketing or arresting…

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  • Dangers Of Underage Drinking

    and make friends though social events. One of those many event is underage drinking. This is a big problem in our country. Much of the population is in favor to change the minimum legal drinking age. They think it will solve the problem of underage drinking. It will actually do quite the opposite. The U.S.A should not lower the minimum drinking age because it poses too many dangers for youth. The danger of youth drinking can affect many areas of the brain and could put other in danger other…

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  • Social Drinking Essay

    Social drinking is defined as drinking in a social setting without the intent to get drunk, it usually seen during fine dining, special celebration and small get together. Social drinking has less to do with the act of socialization but more to do with how much alcohol is consumed during the event and what type of alcohol is consumed. A prime example is the difference between having wine with dinner versus drinking a shot of vodka with dinner. Social drinking also takes in to context if the…

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  • Essay On Underage Drinking

    Kate LaViolette Good Decision Making Regarding Alcohol Use Underage drinking has become one of the largest social issues among young people in America today. Even though a large amount of underage people participate in drinking, the problem is that they are not aware of how dangerous alcohol can actually be. The reality is that alcohol is often the cause of many problems among young adult's. Alcohol ruins many young peoples lives, and is now one of the most serious problems they face.…

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  • The Importance Of Drinking Age

    Drinking age requirements should stay as put in the United States. Drinking is an activity that many don’t see as a very serious concept. Alcohol Consumption is often times deemed as something that is done during recreation. It can be assumed that because of this, alcohol is being treated as a suppressant to problems one may face. Teenagers have taken this foul recreation as a way to explore their maturity levels, but such exploration has a chance of leading to unpredictable results.…

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  • Underage Drinking

    undoubtedly underage drinking. Underage drinking is a violation of college and state policies; although the statues are disregarded. Drinking laws are in place because underage drinking is detrimental to the community and the user. However, the current laws are not deterring underage drinking; and the problems associated with underage drinking are persistent. The blatant disobedience by teens has caused deliberation about changing the current laws. One debated solution to stop underage drinking…

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  • Essay On Drinking At 21

    Although 21 is the drinking age, that has not stopped underage drinking and the enjoyment one gets from being under the influence, 21 should remain the alcohol consumption age, because at 18-20 years old the brain is not fully developed, health risks are great, and every 15 minutes a teen dies du to drunk driving. In addition, the brain is not fully developed at 18-20 years old, furthermore it cannot tolerate alcohol and its terrible effects. The adolescent brain goes through several…

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  • Anti Drinking Proposal

    Introduction The purpose for this proposal is to initiate an anti-drinking campaign for Ridick University. It has come to our attention that Ridick University has earned the reputation of a party school with excessive alcohol consumption and underage drinking. As a member of the community, a concerned citizen and a professor at Ridick, an anti-drinking campaign could not come soon enough. Background The reputation of a party school might sound enticing and exciting for future students; however…

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