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Unsafe Essay Examples

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Identifying the Individual the Individual Victims of Unsafe Products
Introduction 1. Identifying the Individual victims of unsafe products a) Big Tobacco · On November 6, 2000 in the first smokers class-action suit to go to trial nationally, Judge Robert Kaye uphold the $145 billion damage award to three sick smokers, representing 300,000 to 700,000 sick Florida smokers or their familie...
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Why Bottled Water is Bad
Bottled water is not good. It doesn't matter who how when it negatively
affects everybody. It affects the communities where water is bottled,
affects the consumers, and the economy. The consumers over pay for their
water. The communities don't get paid a penny for the water that is
taken form them and sold for massive profi...
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Better Safe than Sorry
In 2011, the US had more than 340,000 births among teen girls between the age of 15 and 19. One of the leading causes of teen pregnancy is the practice of unsafe sex. About 30% of female and 20% of male teenagers do not use any method of contraception the first time they have sex. A reason for this problem is that in some s...
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Legalizing Abortion in United States of America and Other Countries
Purpose Statement: I am writing this essay because I want to prove that legal abortion is a beneficial and a safety practice with medical experts for pregnant woman because pregnant woman have risk and lost their life during illegal and unsafe abortions. Thesis Statement: Legal abortion is a beneficial and safety practice...
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A Discussion on the Factors That Cause Injuries on the Playground
Unsafe Playgrounds One of the major concerns in elementary physical education today that you may not even think about is playground safety. A recent survey found that almost every two-and-a-half minutes in the United States a child receives emergency medical care for a playground related injury. This alone should let...
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A Complaint of the Dance Team of the State University Dance Force Concerning the Treatment to the Members
As a member of the State University Dance Force (the dance team), I am outraged at the way the university treats us. They wont let us practice anywhere but a place that is unsafe for dancing. As for scholarships or credit hours, which other sports teams receive, they are nonexistent if you are on the dance team. They also w...
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An Analysis of the Issues of Senior People Driving Cars in the Untied States
A. Introduction One day, not long ago...I came out of my house to leave for work. On the way to my car I noticed the little old lady across the street walking to here car with what appeared to be a phone book. To my surprise she laid the phone book down onto the seat and proceeded to climb in...I then decided to watc...
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The Protection of Consumers from Unsafe Foods with the Help of ANZFA (the Food Standards Australia New Zeland)
The government and food producers do aim to provide safe food supply to the customers and the community but they cannot always guarantee a safe food supply. They do work to protect the consumers from unsafe foods by passing laws that make it illegal to supply unsafe food. The government also works to reduce the incidence of...
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An Analysis of the Objectives and Impact of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the U.S.
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For the past 30 years, scientists have collected a considerable amount of convincing information demonstrating that air pollutants can be deposited on land and water, sometimes at great distances from their original sources, and can be an important contributor to declining water quality. These air pollutants can have unde...
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The Statistics of AIDS Infection in the World and the Need to Think Smart to Curb the Disease
Aids was first identified in the usa in 1981. Since than it has been steadily growing and by the end of 2004, there were estimated to be just over, 1 million people living with HIV and proximally 415,000 people living with aids in the usa. Aids is also thought to have killed over haft a million americans nearly ten times th...
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An Analysis of AIDS in Our Modern Society
Safe (VS) Unsafe SEXThe "sexual revolution" of the 1960 s has been stopped dead in its tracks by the AIDS epidemic. The danger of contracting AIDS is so real now that it has massively affected the behavior of both gay and straight folks who formerly had elected to lead an active sexual life that included numerous...
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An Argument That the Legalization of Prostitution Would Be Beneficial to America
Prostitution The legalization of prostitution would be beneficial to America. Since prostitution is a victimless crime we should stop putting so much time, effort, and money into prostitution enforcement and put it towards something more useful. If prostitution were legalized then it would be considered a job. Therefore th...
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An Introduction to the Issue of California Water Pollution in Today's Society
California Water Pollution Water pollution is the major problem in our world today. The state of California also has many water problems of it's own. Many living things suffer from polluted water. Humans, animals, and other organisms depend on water to live. So what will happen if nothing is done to save our polluted water...
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The Biggest Problem That Plague College Life Today
There are many reasons why campus life has the problems that it does today. One of the biggest problems is student alcohol abuse. Many college students' lives are ruined because of drinking and abusing alcohol. Drinking alcohol is said to cause young adults to drop-out, fail school, practice unsafe sexual acts, commit crime...
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The the WFF Program Is Not Good for Children
WHY WWF STINKS 1.) UNSAFE WORKING CONDITIONS- DEATH OF OWEN HART – HARNESSMAN SUPPOSEDLY SMOKING POT AT THE TIME OF HIS DEATH 2.) NO CRIUSERWEIGHTS- NO REY MYSTERIO JR’s, NO JUVI’S NO KIDMAN’S- DISCRIMINATION AGAINST SMALLER, YOUNGER WRETLERS 3.) ONLY GREASY BRAIN DEAD PEOPLE WATCH WWF 4.) BAD CAMERA ACTION- ALL WOBBILY...
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Elderly Should Not Be Encouraged to Drive Anymore
A. Introduction One day, not long ago...I came out of my house to leave for work. On the way to my car I noticed the little old lady across the street walking to here car with what appeared to be a phone book. To my surprise she laid the phone book down onto the seat and proceeded to climb in...I then decided to watc...
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An Introduction to the Issue of Unsafe Playgrounds in the United States
Unsafe Playgrounds One of the major concerns in elementary physical education today that you may not even think about is playground safety. A recent survey found that almost every two-and-a-half minutes in the United States a child receives emergency medical care for a playground related injury. This alone should let us r...
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A Research Paper on the Possible Reasons Why There is an Increase on Children Playing in Playgrounds Getting Hurt
Unsafe Playgrounds One of the major concerns in elementary physical education today that you may not even think about is playground safety. A recent survey found that almost every two-and-a-half minutes in the United States a child receives emergency medical care for a playground related injury. This alone should let us re...
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Love Becomes Death When Couples Practice Unsafe Sex
Love = Death What happens when two people fall in love? We may think of love as a sweet heart throbbing fairy tail situation, but in reality, unexpected dreadful circumstances often occur. As a couple falls helplessly in love, they become sexually active. Because of this intimate, uncontrollable love, a couple, with extrem...
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An Overview of Unsafe Products
Introduction 1. Identifying the Individual victims of unsafe products a) Big Tobacco · On November 6, 2000 in the first smokers class-action suit to go to trial nationally, Judge Robert Kaye uphold the $145 billion damage award to three sick smokers, representing 300,000 to 700,000 sick Florida smokers or their families....
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A Study on the Social Responsibilities of a Business
It is widely known that for a business to be successful it needs to provide a good or service that is desired by the public and also to obtain a profit in providing said good or service. Now while these are the most important components to a successful business, they are not the only ones. The social responsibilities of a b...
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The Growing Rate of Teen Pregnancy in the U.S. And What Needs to Be Done
Teen Pregnancy Over the past two decades, the rates of teen pregnancy have grown dramatically. According to the Prevention of Teen Pregnancy, approximately every thirty-one seconds teenage pregnant in the United States. This is unbelievable, however that is the truth that no one can deny. Many people think that teen pregna...
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The Unsafe Working Conditions as Described in Upton Siclair's Story
Upton Sinclair Through numerous articles, stories, and novels Upton Sinclair brought to the public s attention unsafe, unsanitary working conditions and promoted social activism and the regulation of private industries and the government control of all vital industries (gas, heat, public transportation, phone, electr...
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