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    American Smoke Cigarettes

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    In 1865, cigarettes were created by Washington Duke on his 300-acre tobacco farm. Since then over 36 million people in the U.S. smoke cigarettes. This is a very startling fact, knowing what lies within these “death sticks”. In the 2010 commercial, created by ANPHA, my group chose for the project, the author uses heavy imagery to capture the audience's attention. Visuals of a test tube filling with smoke and a tar like substance bubbling up within the tube is portrayed within the 30 second ad.…

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    Xenon is one of the 6 noble gases on the periodic table belonging to group 18. The element was discovered by Sir Ramsay in 1898. Xenon’s symbol is Xe and its atomic number is 54. Xenon’s atomic mass is 131.293 grams. Its boiling point is -107 degrees Celsius, while its freezing point is -112 degrees Celsius. The density of Xenon at 20 degrees Celsius is 0.005887 grams per cubic centimeter. Xenon has 21 isotopes Xenon is described as being completely colorless and odorless, however when…

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    From the early 1900s, Zonolite vermiculate mine was a primary worldwide that produce 80 percent of vermiculite production. However, the toxicity that was not clarified from government and mining fill to the miners were slowly killing in the town, Libby. Based on the article, A Town Left to Die, written by Andrew Schneider, it depicted how people suffer from the toxins in the air, asbestos, which came from the vermiculate mining. Agent What agent was responsible for the illness in the Libby…

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    I have been a part of the Deviant Art community since 2012, only actively been publishing my deviations to it since 2013. I never really realized how poorly Deviant Art's staff and support was until I ran into a few problems concerning art theft. As much as I appreciate it's wide-variety of art and their additions to customizing personal profiles, I can't say it doesn't go through quite the fight with a good majority of it's web viewers. A situation happened a day or two ago about the recent…

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    Health Status Asthma

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    3% to 8.4%. It is scientifically proved that half of the population of the United States that has asthma it is caused by smoking tobacco or exposure to tobacco smoke. Population: Based on the statistics, in the United States the population with a higher risk of patients of asthma are children. They have higher risk to get asthma because they are exposed to tobacco smoke from their parents such as second hand smoke and…

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    There are all kinds of diseases that can cause death but in the U.S. obesity, tobacco, and alcohol put together have roughly nine hundred thousand deaths per year and we get scared of a disease that barely caused four thousand deaths. This cartoon can be seen anywhere on the internet, and had a bunch of controversy towards it, it shows a man in a shirt that says “USA” and he is holding three things: a beer or a form of alcohol, a greasy hamburger meal, and a cigarette. For some of us, seeing…

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    Energy Drinks

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    Safety and Regulations for energy drinks The (FSSAI) Food Safety and Standards Authority of India has drafted the regulations that the energy drink manufacturers should rename their products as ‘caffeinated beverages’ Based on the research done on the study of caffeine and energy consumption in India, the draft regulation would evidently raise the caffeine limit to 320 milligrams per litre or 320 parts per million (ppm) in caffeinated beverages as well as disallow any nutritive claims the…

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    Women in Advertising The media have a great responsibility in the public image of women that is created through the language they use. This language can hide, discriminate and even denigrate them. A feature that warns there frequently in the media is the asymmetry when dealing with females compared to males, as we shall see in the following cases. Advertising is a very powerful form of social communication in modern society. It provides the imagery with the most support and the highest…

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    Germany is a well developed country but as its economical growth increased so did the smoking rate. Products like cigarettes are considered a demerit good ( a good which can have negative impact on the consumer and has a negative effect on a third party). The consumption of cigarettes leads to many health related problems. According to the U.S. department of health and human services that the consumption of cigarettes allows around 7,000 gases to enter your body, of these 250 are known to be…

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    Anti-Smoking Advertising

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    All advertisements have a purpose, but the real question is if they will achieve their goal of being effective. Commercials can cause all kinds of different emotions and feelings to arise. One campaign for an anti-smoking advertisement that not only gained a lot of attention, but also caused a lot of controversy was created by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The series was called, Tips From Former Smokers. In one commercial in the series, a woman named Terrie talks from a…

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