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  • Concussions Should Be Banned In Schools

    certain parts of the body. In “Hard Knocks” by Gabriel Charles Tyler, “Concussion Hazards in Youth Football” by CNN, and the infographic from the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology, it can be clearly comprehended that although the sports that teens play are fun, there are serious dangers that support the argument that schools should ban programs such as football. In “Concussion Hazards in Youth Football” by CNN, the topic of concussions and their life-threatening and permanent results are discussed. In the video Dr. Sanjay Gupta states, “… and in this case we followed along a single high school football team who had suffered tragedies… players had lost their lives in the past because of head injuries… two players…

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  • Weed Argumentative Essay

    Sanjay Gupta and realized that you have contradicted yourself in an extreme way. You stated that you would do anything in the world for you children but yet do not 100% agree with the evidence found in the video “Weed”. If you would do anything for your children, you would also approve of such a drug to further inhance their health or release stress in their soon to be hectic lives espcially if your children needed medical help through marijuana. I agree with the medical aspect that was shown in…

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  • Why I Changed My Mind On Weed By Dr. Sanjay Gupta

    changed my mind on weed”, Dr. Sanjay Gupta tries to persuade people to see the positive effects of medical marijuana in today’s health community. Gupta is a CNN Chief Medical Correspondent. The controversy if medical marijuana should be illegal or not has been going on for quite some time. Dr. Sanjay Gupta writes this article on a professional level because he wants to educate people on the benefits of weed. Gupta begins his article talking about the previous article, “Why I would Vote No on…

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  • Similarities Between Gupta Dynasty And Han Dynasty

    The Han dynasty of China and the Gupta dynasty of India were two of the most successful and effective rulers of the Chinese and Indian civilizations.…

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  • Compare And Contrast Gupta India And Mayan Civilizations

    periods, their influence has resonated throughout the ages. While the classical civilizations of the Maya and Mauryan and Gupta India were alike in that they both had a clear cut social organization due to the specialization of occupations in their societies. They differed in the economic and political collapse of their civilizations due to the fact that the downfall of the Maya was mainly due to the effects of nature, which then caused conflicts between city-states and the downfall of Mauryan…

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  • Kama Sutra

    dynasties. The Kama Sutra showed there is a vast and complex socio-political structure going on in India during this time. The text is worked to establish order during this time period. It said men can enjoy a woman who is of his own class or lower class, but pleasure with a woman of a higher class is forbidden. This structure is the beginning of a hierarchal system that India will come to be known for. The text has rules governing the very specific details governing how men and women should act…

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  • 3 Major Ways Marijuana Helps Sick People

    need into the body. Even though this topic is very biased, some people have changed their opinions about this certain subject. For example, in my third article from Business Insider called “These Are The 9 Reasons That Sanjay Gupta Changed His Mind About Marijuana” By Robert Ferris, he talks about a very renowned doctor named Sanjay Gupta, who first wrote an article in 2009 on why he wouldn’t vote for marijuana. In 2013 he filmed a documentary on the drug which was later aired on CNN. A few…

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  • Dr. Sanjay Gupta's Article: Why I Changed My Mind On Weed

    explores Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s eye-opening research about the benefits of medical marijuana. Gupta explains why he believes marijuana is useful and the research that brought him to this conclusion. Gupta effectively convinces his audience that medical marijuana is beneficial. Persuading his audience using a combination of his credibility as both a doctor and television personality, specific evidence that makes marijuana use seem like the logical choice, and an emotional appeal through stories of…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Legalizing Marijuana

    same as any other drug, however, that is not the case. Marijuana is not lethal and is much safer than already legalized drugs. For instance, a 2010 study published in the Lancet and reported on by the Economist concluded that the “combined harms to others and to the user of marijuana as less than the harm posed by alcohol or tobacco use”. Past beliefs have certainly had an impact on how people feel about marijuana today. In fact, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, an award-winning chief medical correspondent for…

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  • The Negative Effects Of The Legalization Of Marijuana And The Society

    many drugs being sold, legalizing marijuana will bring America one step closer to a better society. Rather marijuana is legalized or not, people will find a way to sell it and obtain it. Therefore, the legalization of marijuana can not burden the society any more than it already is. Over 20 states have legalized marijuana for medical reasons. There are many health benefits of marijuana. Many people argue that marijuana will have similar effects to tobacco. However, studies shows marijuana users…

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