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The Important Steps to Take for Practicing Trafic Safety on the Road

Driving an automobile is a risky and dangerous activity. Every day, tragic
accidents make the headlines in newspapers and on the evening TV news. Driving is a
essential part of day-to-day living for most people, and yet this ordinary means of getting
 from one place to another can be deadly. With so many people of all ages...
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The Advantage and Disadvantage of Government Mandated Healthcare
The benefits/disadvantages of Government mandated health care has been debated for many years. Some say that insurance companies cannot be allowed to deny people certain essential care, and that because of this the government has to step in to protect the people from the unscrupulous practices of insurance companies. Many b...
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The Controversial Nature of Quarantine as a Preventive Measure for Containing Diseases and Ensuring Public Health
In his essay “Ethics of Quarantine” Ross Upshur discusses ethical concerns upon the use of quarantine and isolation justifying it as an effective public health measure. The writer states that quarantine is found to be unsuccessful in many diseases that endanger populations. Then, he compares between quarantine and isolation...
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The Factors That Influence Obesity Among Children in the United States
Introduction In the recent past the issue of obesity among children has become an
alarming health problem in the United States. According to a 1999-2002
survey undertaken by NHANES, approximately 15% of persons aged 7-20 are
overweight. Obesity is a significant problem among children since it is
acknowledged as one...
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A Critical Response to William DeJong's View on Drinking Age Limits
Upon a person’s 18th birthday, numerous rights, freedoms, and responsibilities are conferred to the individual. The right to vote, serve in the military, and sign contracts are just a few of these. One notable exception: the right to purchase and consume alcohol. In his recent editorial, “Having 21 as the Drinking Age Sa...
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An Analysis of the Positive Effects of Marijuana Use
Seeing Marijuana as a Positive Did you know that marijuana has been used to help treat many forms of diseases such as aids, cancer, and even seizures? Marijuana has been around since 2737. It was in this year that the Chinese emperor used marijuana for treating pains of rheumatism and the gout. Marijuana has many names. Th...
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A Discussion on the Importance of Seatbelts in Preventing Traffic Accidents
In today’s fast moving world, motorized travel is a necessity. Everyone has places to go, things to do, and people to see. With that in mind, it is no surprise that as of 2009, there were 210 million licensed drivers in the United States of America(United States Department of Transportation, 2011). With all those cars trave...
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The Use of Mobile Phones While Driving Should Be Banned
Thousands of people every year are killed from driving accidents. Many car related deaths have come from the driver not paying full attention to the road, but focusing on their phone instead. Most people have had the experience of either driving while on the phone, or have been a passenger with a driver who is on the phone....
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A Comparison between Cannabis Sativa and Cannabis Indica
One plant spread through the world, and has single handily changed many industries. Marijuana also called cannabis has been used across the world for ages and has a colorful history. Marijuana originated thousands of years ago in Asia and has made its way to the Americas. In the United States marijuana is still classified...
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Jefferson County, New York Should Have a Syringe Exchange Program to Decrease the Transmission of Blood-Borne Diseases
This paper seeks to assess the need for a syringe exchange program
(SEP) in Jefferson County, New York, particularly in Watertown, New York.
SEPs have consistently demonstrated their effectiveness in decreasing HIV,
HVC and other blood-borne disease contraction rates among injection drug
users (IDUs). IDUs are most suscepti...
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