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    Gum History

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    Americans were chewing their own type of gum. Furthermore the range of history is actually extremely important. It helps better explain why gum is still around today and why it will most likely continue its existence throughout the future. Gum has played an important in society in the past and has developed into a $26 billion industry, greatly impacting the life of the modern people. Gum’s begging is mostly widely recognized with the Mayans. They noticed that chicle from the Sapodilla trees was good for chewing, because of its use to quenched…

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    Extra Gum Commercial

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    Youtube on October 7th 2015, “Extra Gum: the story of Sarah and Juan”, is an advertisement that has become shared and viewed by many people on the internet due to it’s sweet interpretation of a young couples love story. In 1984, Extra was Wrigley's Company first ever sugar free product and became one of the most popular brands of chewing gum. The commercial begins in a high school setting where two young teenagers notice each other and are attracted the instant they exchanged glances. Soon…

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    In contemporary America, young adults are infatuated with the classic love story. Whether it is Twilight or The Notebook, romantic movies and novels have become increasingly more popular and continue to be successful in the young adult market in America. Wrigley’s “Give extra, get extra” campaign for Extra gum, whose brand strategy is about making meaningful connections, addresses this captivation with love stories among America’s youth in their most recent ad. The ad, which is titled “The Story…

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    Benefits Of Chewing Gum

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    The Benefits of Chewing Gum on Oral Health (F) Chewing gum should be added into your daily oral care routine. It has many possible benefits on oral health: it kills bacteria, freshens breath, removes unwanted leftover food that may be stuck in teeth, and can even remineralize teeth and prevent cavities. Many different kinds of gum are offered on the market. One may prefer a specific gum because of its added benefits like xylitol or gum with CPP-ACP. Other preferences may be its flavor or…

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    Chewing Gum Experiment

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    are usually against chewing gum in the classroom and saying that it is distracting. My goal for this experiment is to prove that chewing gum helps with concentration and to get teachers to allow kids to chew gum during tests and quizzes. All of the research I was able to obtain completely supports my hypothesis. Each of my sources suggest that chewing gum makes a difference. Chewing gum is good for the brain and can boost alertness by 10%. It does not, however, help us think any faster.…

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    Chewing Gum Experiment

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    concentration-enhancing methods, which help people staying focused during the tasks at hand and get them done efficiently. One of these methods is very popular among many young people, and it is chewing gum when solving difficult tasks. This fact has eventually become a curiosity, which many psychologists want to learn more about it via researching. This curiosity…

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    Should Gum chewing be allowed in class? Does it really help students or is it a messy distraction?Gum Has been scientifically proven to help kids focus and to help them improve their memory.Gum Chewing also Helps you relieve stress and helps you relax when working on homework or classwork.Some people become more attentive and feel more alert when they chew gum. Chewing can take away sleepiness. Gum Has been scientifically proven to help kids focus and to help them improve their memory.…

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    Chewing Gum Research Paper

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    Studies have proven that chewing gum helps one concentrate; however, which flavor of gum can help someone concentrate the most? Chewing gum contains an immense amount of sugar. Increased amounts of sugar intake in a short period of time can increase the amount of glucose traveling to the brain (Onyper, Carr, Farrar, & Floyd, 2011, p. 326). The heightened amount of glucose creates more energy, which helps a consumer to stay alert and focused. The effects of the ingredients of gum, the effects of…

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    Gum is a chewy candy like food that people are able to chew but not eat. It can be sweet, minty, or sour. Gum is a candy that is very well known in today's societies. But little do people know gum has been around longer than they think. Gum has been around since ancient greece and many people from ancient greece would chew on bark and sap off of Mastic tree bark. But people in ancient greece weren't the only people to chew forms of gum. There were people like the mayans, Eskimos, and even south…

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    Growing up, there was one product that I could not live without and this was chewing gum. I loved everything about it: the unwrapping of a new piece, the vibrant taste as you chew the fresh piece, and the challenge of stuffing the most amount of gum you could in your mouth to make the biggest bubble ever. This simple and ideal tradition is banned from most schools. If schools want students to feel comfortable, schools need to rethink their restriction. To begin, BBC News states that gum chewing…

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