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    KHTGYAbsQ_AUIBigB#imgrc=ya-sLhS2Ae9x2M%3A Caffeine (C8H10 N4O2) a substance that has a bitter taste and is usually found in coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate, kola nuts, and certain medicines. It affects body’s metabolism in many ways, which includes the stimulation of the central nervous system that make people more alert and give them a boost of energy. Caffeine also causes an increase in respiration and heart rate, as well as nervousness and insomnia. Though…

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    Energy Drinks should not be sold to or consumed by children. Energy Drinks can affect a child’s health as well as the way they perform in school. Although energy drinks can be consumed by most people as with anything, the key is moderation. Energy drinks should be regulated like drug, and children are consuming the highly-caffeinated beverages and are at a higher risk for serious health problems. To be safe, children must be educated of the risks associated with energy drinks as well as keeping…

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    Should energy drinks be treated like drugs? For many years energy drinks was helping athletes with energy and college students before a big test but the question remains whether energy drinks must be treated like drugs? The energy drink business is booming the sales in the US have had more than $10 billion about 6 billion energy drinks were consumed nationwide in 2010, that means that 31% of teenagers drink them regularly. But the popularity of the energy drinks is leading to serious health…

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    To begin with, the running of the bulls is part of the fiesta of San Fermin. This event takes place in the city of Irunea, Pamplona. This is in the region of Navarra. San Fermin is celebrated every year between July 6th to July 14th. The actual start to the running of the bulls takes place the next day on the 7th. A lot of the popularity that came to the San Fermin Fiesta is because of the running of the bulls. This Festival was in honor of patron saint Navarra, which was San Fermin. To…

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    this advertisement could resonate with eighteen million tennis players and teach them to not give up when they lose and to drink Gatorade because Gatorade will lead to success. Moreover, by using Serena Williams, the most successful women’s Tennis player of all time, many aspiring Tennis players who idolise her will be inspired by her setbacks and achievements, and want to drink Gatorade so they can be just like their role model. This is how Gatorade uses ethos to increase the viewership of the…

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    As a product that thrived on grassroots marketing, Red Bull depended on word of mouth. As word about Red Bull spread throughout Europe’s all-night-party circuit, so did rumors. Tales circulated that taurine was a derivative of bull testicles or even bull semen. Even worse, there were rumors that young people had died while partying too hard and drinking too much Red Bull. Although none of these rumors was ever substantiated, Mateschitz is convinced that one of the most important promotional…

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    Gatorade is one of, if not the top sports drink brands in production. It’s possible they are the number one sports drink because of their advertising skills towards athletes of all sports. Gatorade is using the advertisement in an appealing way to sell their sports drink to athletes, runners in specific. Gatorade successfully promotes their product to athletes with their advertisement that “Gatorade always wins.” Gatorade’s ad gives their product the appearance of a track runner crossing the…

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    About Red rooster Red Rooster is an Australian fast food restaurant chain which serves roast chicken. Since beginning its entryways in 1972 Red Rooster has become one of the biggest Australian worked junk food franchised restaurants, utilizing more than 7500 staff from in excess of 360 stores. Its headquarter in Balcatta, Western Australia. Red Rooster is prominent the whole way across Australia for their oven-roasted chicken which has been marinated for around 12 hours. There key to…

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    is commonly used today. Today, we have different flavors of tobacco. We even have bars (e.g. Hookah bars) to go and hang with friends while smoking and enjoying drinks with one another. OTC drugs are now starting to be abused in the world (e.g. cough syrup). Youth are following their role models such as Lil Wayne. The youth knows he drinks on cough syrup now called lean. So they think if he does it then it is cool if they do it. Then we start to abuse the over the counter drugs because if we…

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    The article focuses on Peter Borden and his experience using Modafinil (known as Provigil in the U.S.), during a period in his life when concentration, speed and accuracy were crucial in helping him organize himself in order to succeed at two jobs. By day, Borden was conducting qualitative analysis's and acting as project manager for a B2B start-up, and by night he was busy working on developing a high-frequency Wall-Street-esque trading system. Borden desperately needed more time to work, and…

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