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...Bad Breath” Due 11:59 PM on Monday, February 27th Each question isworth 1 pt. 1. Millions of people have had bad breath, and American consumers spend hundreds of millions of dollars on breath fresheners. Other than the economic impact and the sociological implications, why should physicians and dentists be concerned about halitosis? Physicians and dentists are concerned about halitosis because mouth is the home to hundreds of bacterial species with various nutritional preferences. Most of them prefer proteins or sugar molecules. These organisms may produce hydrogen sulfide- smells like rotten eggs; methyl mercaptan- smells... Scientific American Current Issues in Microbiology Article: “The Science of...
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Product recognition
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...breath but also, provides long protection against bacterial agents in mouth. The product is specially designed to target the needs of the young generation who cares a lot about bad breath and, use different products to seek “freshness in breath.” Colgate Max Fresh is high-in-demand in Asian markets as compare to American and European markets. But, the brand can position itself in American and European markets successfully by associating itself with the activities especially for the youth to slowly make its place in the markets. Segmentation of Market... Product Recognition Background: Colgate is a product for oral care specially designed by Colgate-Palmolive Company. It is an American company which has...
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Smoking
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...Bad breath Smoking leads to continued build up of tar and nicotine on the mouth surface, teeth and side cheeks. This stops saliva flow in the mouth leading to multiplication of bacteria thus leading to bad breath from the mouth. This can lead to disorders that come with bad breath. Consequently, it becomes almost impossible to share a bed or a seat in a public vehicle... of the beneficial substances in cigarettes though harmful chemicals leak into the lungs. Tar causes damage to airways of lungs and this could lead to unusual multiplication of cells in the lungs. As one continues to expose lungs to smoking, lungs experience irreversible changes in the cells. This specifically affects nucleus...
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Analyzing Ads
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...bad breath. However, this changed with Listerine ads, such as the one analyzed in this paper... Ad Analysis Advertisements in magazines that target American women have a lengthy history in selling such products assoap, makeup, mouthwash, and products that reinforce the role of men in their lives. The personal hygiene concept has been utilized to send messages that getting a marriageable man or being married is the ultimate objective of every woman (Twitchell 39). Advertisements from the 20s through to the 40s carry this theme and are traceable through visual and verbal content. Before Listerine was introduced as America’s first commercial mouthwash, few people ever thought of the consequences of bad...
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Tom's of Maine Toothpaste Branding
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...bad breath, tarnishing teeth and other mouth conditions. The benefits and attributes outlined can give answers to these problems. Therefore... Toms of Maine Toothpaste Branding Toms of Maine Toothpaste Branding The business of toothpaste that was a once lowly staple has significantly grown to become lucrative. Today, toothpastes come in a range of colors, formulations and flavors. There are varieties of trendy dispensers for toothpastes brands that purport to sweeten the breath, whiten teeth, calm sensitivity and stop gum diseases. Companies perform thorough branding to differentiate their brands (Balmer, Illia & Gonzalez del Valle Brena, 2013). Toms of Maine being one of the companies that scramble to...
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Bad News
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...BAD NEWS Delivering bad news is not something that one looks forward to. Bad news can be devastating to the receiver of the bad news. Sometimes, something that is meant to be harmless can turn out different then what was expected. This may cause one to have to deliver a type of news that could be shameful. No one wants to be known as the one who delivered the bad news. Although delivering bad news is not fun, someone at sometime in their life has to deliver bad news. Unfortunately in my situation, that bearer of bad news was me. I am the bearer of...
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Benefits of green tea on oral health
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...breath. Scholars and researchers have attributed these benefits to the presence of catechins and polyphenol compounds in green tea. Therefore, this study seeks to identify the oral health benefits of green tea through the available literature and point out the need for future research where necessary. Introduction Oral hygiene involves the procedure of maintaining the teeth and mouth clean to inhibit dental complications, most frequently, gingivitis, bad breath and dental cavities. There are oral pathologic illnesses that effective oral hygiene is needed... Green Tea Benefits on Oral Health Paper Outline …………………………………………………………………………..3 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………3 Significance of...
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Cause and effect - Smoking
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...bad skin, and bad breath, which further leads to halitosis and chronic health issues. In addition, such people are known to have smelly hair and clothes as a result of consuming too much cigarettes, cigar and pipes. Additionally, smoking is that it is primarily leads to chest diseases such as pulmonary disease, stroke and heart diseases that have serious complications. As such, inhalation and exhaling of these substances directly affects chest operations. Furthermore, smoking among men has continually posed a threat to male potency as a result of the components... Cause and Effect of Smoking Apparently, smoking is one of the ancient practices that are mostly associated with humanbeings. It is believed...
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The relationship between asthma medications and periodontal disease
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...bad breath, and may irritate mouth tissues, leaving them more vulnerable to infection". The article goes on to explain that inhalers can cause a reduction... Running Head: Asthma Medication The Effects of Asthma Medications on Periodontal Disease School Abstract The purpose of this essay is to discuss the link between inhaled asthma medication and periodontal disease. A clear definition of periodontal disease will be determined, and the causes of such disease, as well as how it can be prevented, will be discussed. There is probably a link between asthmatic patients and increased gum disease, though an Internet search of the topic reveals only a small amount of information, and scientific journal...
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Herbal remedy
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...bad breath and heartburn, which only happen when taken in raw form. (words: 515) Reference Garlic. Retrieved from: ... Healthcare is vital component of an individual’s wellbeing. In the contemporary times, the rising cost of living has been having adverse impact on the overall public healthcare components. The inflationary trend in the economy has made quality medical care inaccessible to the common man. Thus, people are increasingly moving towards alternative medicine to not only reduce cost of medical care but also as a major means of prevention and cure. The website of National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine greatly facilitates in providing valuable information regarding...
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Learning to Look
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...bad breath, cardiovascular disease and lung cancer. But with the fuzzing or altering of the target market’s perception through the effective use of the elements of design, the product suddenly became desirable where its smokers became an epitome of class, sophistication, confidence and seems to be happier.... Teacher Source http www.vintageadbrowser.com/cars-ads-1970s/5 Formal Analysis The advertisement of Virginia Slims cigarette was chosen as a subject of analysis because the challenge posed in selling a potentially harmful product is worth inquiring. Here in the advertisement picture, we could immediately notice that the advertising approach was to package Virginia Slims to be empowering women as...
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Benefits of green tea on oral health
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...breath. Scholars and researchers have attributed these benefits to the presence of catechins and polyphenol compounds in green tea. Therefore, this study seeks to identify the oral health benefits of green tea through the available literature and point out the need for future research where necessary. Introduction Oral hygiene involves the procedure of maintaining the teeth and mouth clean to inhibit dental complications, most frequently, gingivitis, bad breath and dental cavities. There are oral pathologic illnesses that effective oral hygiene is needed for regeneration... ? Green Tea Benefits on Oral Health Paper Outline …………………………………………………………………………..3 Introduction…………………………………………………………………………3...
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Marketing Gum
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...Bad Breath, [online] Available at :< http://www.confectionerynews.com/Manufacturers/Wrigley-files-mouthwash-style-gum-patent-for-bad-breath> [Accessed 21 February 2013]. Plunkett, J. W., 2008. Plunketts Food Industry Almanac 2008: The Only Comprehensive Guide to Food Companies and Trends. Texas: Plunkett Research. Redclift, M., 2004. Chewing Gum: The Fortunes of Taste. London: Routledge. Reynolds, J., 2013. Wrigley Recruits Antonio Banderas as First Global Ambassador, [online] Available at :< http://www.marketingmagazine.co.uk/news/1169529/Wrigley-recruits-Antonio-Banderas-first-global-ambassador/> [Accessed 21 February 2013].... ?Analysis of the Chewing Gum Market in United Kingdom Introduction –Chewing ...
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The Effects of Smoking
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...bad breath and great risk of injury and slower healing time. Smoking also inhibits the physical ability of a person and it is found that those... Smoking is considered as one of major health hazard in the modern world, but despite that many adults and young people find pleasure in smoking cigarettes. Some of the negative effects of smoking discussed in this essay are: deaths, diseases, myocardial infarction and sever diseases like larynx. It is believed that every year hundreds and thousands of people die of major diseases associated with smoking. Modern research shows that smoking is one of the major causes of cancer. Smoking is also known to increase the level of nicotine in blood which many people con...
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Smoking
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...bad breath and smelly clothes, to strokes, heart attacks, cancers and, of course, death. Recently, lung cancer isn't the only cancer associated with smoking, there's also cancer of the oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, bladder, stomach, cervix, kidney, pancreas and even the breast. Smoking has also led to lung problems like asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, and many others because of the tar it brings into the lungs. Recent studies also show that smoking hastens the formation of wrinkles as well as the decline of cognitive functions. They have yet to prove its probable role in causing Alzheimer's, as extreme smokers don't live long enough to develop it.... Smoking has, for a very long time, been...
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...bad breath and gum pain were gone. Moreover, up to date, I have not had issues with my gums so I believe its effects are long lasting. From reviews of mouth net.com, Mayas from India says that Colgate is the best for him; it gives strong teeth, healthy gums, and very good breath. He says that lack of attention towards hygiene cause certain conditions for example plaque, cavities, gingivitis and many others. He recommends everyone to use Colgate. Ipodhifi from India says that after using Colgate, he has had serious side effects... ? Evaluation of Colgate Toothpaste Introduction A few months ago, I was using toothpaste that was not of good help to me. My gums always had cavities, my teeth were not as white ...
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Benefits of green tea on oral health
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...breath a) Green tea kills the microbes, which make the mouth stinky Introduction Oral hygiene involves the procedure of maintaining the teeth and mouth clean to inhibit dental complications, most frequently, gingivitis, bad breath and dental cavities. There are oral pathologic illnesses that effective oral hygiene is needed for regeneration and healing of the dental tissues (Cabrera, Artacho & Giménez 78). These illnesses included periodontitis, gingivitis, as well as dental trauma, for example, oral cysts, subluxation, and after wisdom tooth... Thesis: Green tea is a treat for taste buds. Green tea has compounds, which control inflammation as well as fight bacterial infection. Green tea is rich in...
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Health Sciences - Fad Diets
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...bad breath and reducing intake of essential nutrients. Another controversial fad diet is the cabbage... ? Fad Diet Fad Diet Social acceptance rather than scientific backing has sustained use of specific diets as strategies of cutting weight. Overweight is one of the issue that has caused a significant number of problems in society, and many people are doing all they can to reduce their weight. The use of the term 'diet’ refers to a restricted meal doctors often prescribe for medical reasons. However, the term fad diet has evolved over time to mean the use of a diet that promotes rapid loss of weight (O'Dea, 2003). The history of fad diet dates back to around 1087 when William Conqueror who stayed in bed...
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Enviromental issue
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...bad breath due to air pollution. As this article emphasized, China’s pollution is not only China’s problem. It is adverse effects have widened to other countries. Dangerous chemical elements like sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides that are spewed from China’s coal plants caused acid rains in Seoul, South Korea, Tokyo etc. Tatchell in 2008 wrote in their article titled... ? Environmental Issue Reviewing three articles about Air Pollution in China …………………. College/ ………….. …………. Introduction China has emerged as a fastest growing economy in the world to claim as the superpower since 1978, but, its environment degradation continues to cause severe economic, health and many other problems due to greater...
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Categorize salespeople or severs according to their effectiveness
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...bad breath, writes down wrong food orders, eats off of customers plates, forgets to dress in uniform, has too many family crises, lets home issues trickle into work, spits in customers food, drinks on the job, receives terrible tips. Mediocre: Performs serving to just under a minimal expectation, wears improper shoes (always needs to sit), often forgets the order... Tina Whittington English 096 Mr. Porter March 8, 2007 Categorizing Servers According to Their Effectiveness Most people consider restaurant servers to be people who simply take orders and deliver the requested food, while periodically checking with their customers to inquire whether they need additional assistance. However, the skills needed ...
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...bad breath or colored teeth, which easily distort self-image. Concisely, as an aspiring dentist since when I was ten years old, I began by helping my uncle sterilize used blankets for new patients. Yes, this may sound uncultured or uncouth... Personal ment I am 20-years-old Cuban citizen with a morally upright and implicit urge in studying dentistry and becomingone of the world’s renowned dentist professionals. Throughout my life, I have been passionately driven by an innate self-interest of becoming a dentist in the future. To achieve all these life expectations, I became involved in various pre-dental activities. Some of the activities I undertook within the society include voluntary periodontal and...
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Only Breath-by Jalaluddin rumi
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...Breath” by Jalaluddin Rumi Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi is the speaker in the poem. 2. Jalaluddin talks about the universal connection of humanity that is not founded on religion, culture or place of origin. Thus, he exhibits this precinct when he states, “Not Christian, or Jew or Muslim, not Hindu Buddhist, Sufi or Zen” (Rumi). He further states that “I am not from the East or West” (Rumi). He concludes by emphasizing the connection between human beings through the breath of life that all share. Consequently, he states that “only that breath breathing human being” (Rumi). 3. The poet utilizes rhyming words such as “placeless”...
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Fad Diets
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...bad breath and reducing intake of essential nutrients. Another controversial fad diet is the cabbage... Fad Diet Fad Diet Social acceptance rather than scientific backing has sustained use of specific diets as strategies of cutting weight. Overweight is one of the issue that has caused a significant number of problems in society, and many people are doing all they can to reduce their weight. The use of the term diet’ refers to a restricted meal doctors often prescribe for medical reasons. However, the term fad diet has evolved over time to mean the use of a diet that promotes rapid loss of weight (ODea, 2003). The history of fad diet dates back to around 1087 when William Conqueror who stayed in bed for...
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Breath Eyes Memory
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...Breath, Eyes, Memory, has well described the situation of women who were sexually assaulted on their own land, their struggle, their traumatized memories and their quest of running away from the memories of their horrific past that haunts them everywhere. This situation of Haitian women was well narrated by Danticat Edwidge in her famous piece of writing known as Breath, Eyes, Memory, which made different writers and scholars to think critically on the grave situation that women are sexually abused in their own country by their own... ? Analysis of Literary Critical Article Introduction: The Donette A. Francis in her article, “Silences too horrific to disturb”: Writing Sexual Histories in Danticat’s...
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Smoking Cessation
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...bad and smoking even leads to the degradation of the smoker’s teeth and this negatively impacts their public profile. Due to these smokers face difficulty in making friends especially in groups comprising of nonsmokers. Quitting smoke can help the smokers in eliminating bad breath and help in developing a positive social image and this can in turn increase their social acceptability. Smoking is heavily held responsible as a cause of death and this is because smoking has been found to lead to severe illnesses which ultimately take the lives of smokers. CDC reports that smoking of tobacco leads to severe illnesses which leads to deaths that are premature in nature and by quitting... Smoking Cessation...
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M8 Social Networks and Support Discussion/paper
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...bad breath, red swollen gums, and bleeding during brushing to seek dental care services early enough to prevent complications associated with advanced stages of the disease (Nield-Gehrig & Willmann, 2007... ? Developing New Social Network Linkages Developing New Social Network Linkages Development of new social network linkages emergesas a crucial step when the existing networks do not provide effective support towards achievement of the network objectives. The new network linkages are developed to alleviate social isolation, e.g. of people suffering from the periodontal disease. The networks can be created to reduce the prevalence of other easily diagnosed dental conditions (Glanz, Rimer & Viswanath,...
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Analyzing Visual Advertising
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...bad breath, etc. However it has many serious, fatal side effects as well, including cancers in the mouth, breasts, or lungs. Excessive smoking often results in strokes which are caused by the lack of oxygen and narrowed blood vessels to the brain. An individual who smokes also stands at a higher chance of suffering... ?Deceptive Advertising Choose any product and you will realize that it is facing tough competition not only from within the industry it operates in but also other industries. As each business tries to get its hands on the share of the consumer’s wallet we often find advertisers stooping down to un-ethical and misleading practices just to convince consumers to purchase their products. The...
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Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
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...bad breath, ear aches, feeling a lump in your throat, or the sudden increase of the saliva, and chest pain (Heartburn/GERD Health Center). Recommended drugs The physicians often prescribe antacids such as Mylanta and Tums. With the help of these antacids, stomach... Health Sciences and Medicine: Gastroesophageal Reflux Disorder Introduction/Background A more serious form of gastroesophageal reflux (GER) is the gastroesophageal disease (GERD) which is more common. It is with the spontaneous opening of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) that gastroesophageal reflux (GER) occurs. It is either for varying periods that the opening occurs, or that it does not closes up properly because of which the stomach...
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The dangers of smoking
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...breath. Such individuals are unable to engage in recreational activities such as swimming and running. Consequently, these individuals remain dormant in the rest of their lives. Additionally, cigarette smoking leads to devastating side effects. These effects include disfiguring of the skin, bad breath and stained hair and teeth. Additionally, the appearance of smokers... ?The Dangers of Smoking Smoking remains one of the controversial issues in the 21st century. This is because it attracts attention from various stakeholders with their own views on effects. Smoking has been in existence over five decades now. As technology continues to advance, so is the trend in smoking. The current statistics of...
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Smoking
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...bad breath. From the doctors’ perspectives, “Bad breath, smelly hair and clothes, and yellow teeth are among the most immediate and unattractive effects of smoking”. There are collections of other systems that are affected. The immune system is affected by virtue of the other systems not operating well. Presence of excess bacteria for instance may overwhelm this system to crawling levels. In equal measure, the metabolic system depends on the performance of the other systems especially Gastrointestinal System. One ineffective system leads... Lecturer: Effects of Smoking Introduction Smoking is not a new issue in the society. In fact, it has a culture and it is a culture. Many expressions have been put up ...
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...bad breath and whiteness problem. USP of the item is use of fresh oxygen bubble for whitening purpose. Others Product portfolio of the brand is complemented by various other mutually different offerings such as Colgate 2in1 Toothpastes, Colgate Sparkling White Toothpaste, Colgate Sparkling Mint Zing, Colgate Sensitive Enamel, Colgate Sensitive Multi Protection and Colgate Pro Clinical. Products Percentage Breakdown (Source: Firestein, 2011) Price Colgate tries to offer thirty five items for every store. Important part of their retail strategy is that they try to place their product at front isles of store in order to catch the attention of customer. Weighted average shows... Colgate Company...
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Wheat Grass Claims
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...bad breath (Wigmore 43). Source of Vitamin A, B and E Wheat grass juice provides as much vitamin A as many dark green vegetables and more than many fruits. Dried juice contains as much vitamin A as carrots, kale and apricots which are all high in vitamin A. the provitamin A, also called carotene... Wheat Grass Claims Greg Burchett Health Science And Medicine, Research Paper Section Number: May 23, Wheat GrassClaims The medicinal value of wheat grass was discovered by Ann Wigmore, the founder of the Hippocrates health institute, who popularized the benefits of the grass in the early 1960’s. Wheat grass is a type of food made from the wheat’s cotyledons, Triticum aestivum. It is either sold as juice or...
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Chemistry in Daily Life
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...bad breath - Halitosis in scientific term - at bay. Toothpaste includes water (H2O), Glycerol (CH2OH), Dibasic calcium phosphate (CaHPO4), Sodium N-lauroyl sarcosinate, Carrageenan, Fluorides, etc., and some toothpastes even contain salt in their ingredients. Isn't it amazing that there are so many chemical ingredients involved in a small tube of toothpaste! Cosmetic items like moisturizers, skin creams, face... Chemistry in daily life "Chemistry has invaded our lives, has provided us with new foods and new materials, has replaced wood and metal with less expensive products, has enabled low-income classes to acquire things that otherwise would have been inaccessible." ...
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Wheat grass claims
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...bad breath (Wigmore 43). Source of Vitamin A, B and E Wheat grass juice provides as much vitamin A as many dark green vegetables and more than many fruits. Dried juice contains as much vitamin A as carrots, kale and apricots which are all high in vitamin A. the provitamin A, also called carotene... Grass Claims Greg Burchett Health Science And Medicine, Research Paper Section Number: May 23, Wheat Grass Claims The medicinal value of wheat grass was discovered by Ann Wigmore, the founder of the Hippocrates health institute, who popularized the benefits of the grass in the early 1960’s. Wheat grass is a type of food made from the wheat’s cotyledons, Triticum aestivum. It is either sold as juice or concentr...
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Employability in Action
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...bad breath. Let us now consider the long term goals of getting a master degree in film studies and a PhD degree on the same. Definitely this calls for even... Employability in Action It is always better to work smarter rather than harder. Working smart means setting up smart goals to suite the life purpose of an individual. A smart goal is that which is specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-framed and represented by the acronym SMART. Making a goal specific gives it greater chances of being accomplished than the general goals. Therefore to achieve these goals we have to ask ourselves several questions such as: Who is involved? What do I want to accomplish? When will the goal be achieved?...
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Human Nutrition
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...bad breath, or lead to other problems.” My fiber intake was a little lower than recommended due to the consumption of refined carbohydrates in the soft tortilla and pancake that I had. An excessive amount of protein intake also kept me from eating enough fiber. There is no fiber in white flour products, which I ate too much of, Human Nutrition 4 and meat does not contain fiber. Fruits and vegetables contain the most fiber... Human Nutrition Running Head: HUMAN NUTRITION Human Nutrition in APA Style of School or Human Nutrition 2 When comparing with the recommendation of the CNPP, my recorded protein intake was more than double the recommended amount. In other words, the recorded one day’s...
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Smoking dangers
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...bad breath, swelling of the gums... Smoking dangers Introduction There are different types of smoking that can prove to be harmful to the health of the smokers and even those constantly inhaling that smoke. There is smoking of cigarette, marijuana and other drugs. According to the statistics by Centre for Disease Control (CDC), the most common and harmful of them all is the smoking of cigarettes which involves inhaling tobacco and nicotine. This essay is going to present some of these smoking dangers and effects to individuals and even the statistics to back up these dangers. According to statistics by World Health Organization (WHO), smoking causes around 5 million deaths each year all over the world....
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Advertising:Information or Manipulation
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...bad breath or body odor, or still again by inspiring... Advertising: Information or Manipulation According to Isaria K.Mwende “this world is a giant negotiating table, and whether you like it or not you are a participant. Advertising plays a substantial role in this phenomenon.” With the ever increasing emergence of the media - large amount of news papers, glossy magazines, radio and television stations, individuals are flooded with thousands of advertising messages every day regarding almost every commodity or service in the market. Advertising is significant since it gives knowledge to the customers concerning products offered in the market. It assists to generate demand for the commodities and...
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Integrated Research Project
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...bad breath, toothaches, arthritis and joint pains. They are also an appropriate therapy for breast cancer, menopausal infections and other chronic diseases (Hill, 2012). References Capellini, S. (2010). The complete... ?Aromatherapy Claimed health benefits and explanation of the scientific basis for these. Physical activities have so many benefits that are associated with them. Exercising helps a lot in therapy for cardiovascular diseases and also helps in preventing attack by certain chronic diseases such as high blood pressure and cancer. Physical activity also helps in the management of stress and depression. However, excessive exercising can be harmful to your body. Since there is no specific dosage...
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Health Sciences - Smoking Dangers
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...bad breath, swelling of the gums... Smoking dangers Introduction There are different types of smoking that can prove to be harmfulto the health of the smokers and even those constantly inhaling that smoke. There is smoking of cigarette, marijuana and other drugs. According to the statistics by Centre for Disease Control (CDC), the most common and harmful of them all is the smoking of cigarettes which involves inhaling tobacco and nicotine. This essay is going to present some of these smoking dangers and effects to individuals and even the statistics to back up these dangers. According to statistics by World Health Organization (WHO), smoking causes around 5 million deaths each year all over the world....
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Health issues(snoking)
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...bad breath also. Smoking habit can make the charm of the face diminish and will invite wrinkles in the skin. Lips can turn black by chronic smoking habits. Chronic smoking habit also brings money and time loss. Smokers will have poor athletic ability compared to others. Smoking by pregnant women causes terrible... Health Issues (smoking) Long years back people started the habit of smoking as they enjoyed it and believed that it was not harmful. Smoking was considered as a means of relieving tension. They were ignorant and were least bothered about the bad effects of smoking. Later doctors found that lung cancer was very common in people who smoke and they declared smoking as a health hazard. Smoking is d...
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Disease
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...bad breath and belch constantly. No symptom among children is considered universally applicable and an indicator of the disease since children may exhibit some of the symptoms because of other diseases. The depiction of multiple of such symptoms should however indicate a possibility of excessive acid leaks back into the chest cavity. Causes As discussed earlier, GERD is caused by the leak of stomach acid back into the esophagus thus causing the corrosion of both the mucus lining and the inner skin of the esophagus. Such constant leaks of the stomach acids portray the failure of the stomach enclosing mechanisms. The stomach has strategic valves that help close it thus preventing such leaks... reflux...
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From Dracula to Gangsracula
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...bad breath, excessive hair on hands, and huge eyebrows, coupled with his tendency to sleep in a coffin only going out during the night, are all characteristics that aggravate his solitary existence (Stoker 190). Overall, Dracula’s repulsive and scary appearance, combined with his preference for a secluded mode of living, paints an image of a vampire that cannot fit in society at all, let alone interact with others of its kind. The other work of interest in this analysis is Norrington’s famous film “Blade”. The movie took the image of the modern vampire to a new level. The protagonist, that is, Blade is an African American who is part man and part vampire. Even... College: From Dracula to Gangsracula...
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M3 and M4
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...bad breath are some of the key factors that push people falling underserved populations to seek dental care services. However, the fear to visit a dentist has been associated with psychosocial factors such as history of bad experiences narrated by other individuals as well as poor representation of dental care services in the media. HBM shows that factors that contribute to the willingness to seek dental care encompass cues to action such as internal inputs which trigger the desire to seek dental care services including pain and infections. The cues to actions can also be influenced through social interactions where people get... ? M3 and M4 Discussions M3 HBM Discussion The Health Belief Model (HBM) is...
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Drugs And Society
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...bad breath and their teeth badly stained. This can eventually affect even one’s moral behavior. What should be done? Because of the above negative impacts of both smoking and chewing tobacco, various bodies in the United States government have attempted to come up with various legislations and policies to regulate its use owing to the fact that tobacco growing is also an income generating activity in the region. However, the effects of chewing tobacco are not as grave as those resulting from smoking and as such, the promotion of the use of smokeless tobacco over the traditional smoking can prove more considerate to the United... Running head: DRUG AND SOCIETY Drug and society Insert Insert Grade Insert ...
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The Houpu Herbal
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...bad breath (Greenberg, 2007). References: CMN - Chinese Medicine News, Magnolia bark acts like antidepressant, 2007. Accessed on 21st April, 2008, at: http://chinesemedicinenews.com/2008/01/08/magnolia-bark-may-be-good-antidepressant/ Dharmananda, Subhuti, Safety Issues Affecting Chinese Herbs: Magnolia Alkaloids, Undated. Accessed on 21st April, 2008, at: http://www.itmonline.org/arts... Traditional Chinese Medicine - The Houpu Herbal Two parts of the magnolia tree has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. These arethe bark, called houpu in Chinese, and the flower buds, called xinyi or xinyihua (CMN, 2007). Several species of magnolia are used as sources and they...
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Prosthetic Dentistry
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...bad breath, any further tooth loss, inflamed gums or infections like that of MRSA 16. Several chemical denture cleansers are commercially available. Since MRSA isolate of Staphylococcus aureus is resistant to penicillin's, including methicillin, we investigated the bactericidal effects of two different denture-cleansing agents including Milton (composed of 2% sodium... Graph Discussion Denture material Acrylic best supports the growth of strain MRSA 16 compared to molliplast or viscogel: A study of colonization of MRSA strain on denture surfaces by Tawara et al, 1996, found 10% of the denture wearing patients carried MRSA on their dentures, which was difficult to eradicate using conventional denture...
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Bulimia Nervosa
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...Bad breath... ?Bulimia Nervosa Introduction Bulimia Nervosa is a common problem found among teenagers and adults all over the world. In this disorder, a person over eats and purges the food consumed by them. As a result of this disorder a person consumes excessive amount of food and later get rid of the food by vomiting. Bulimia is commonly practiced by weight watchers who are excessively obsessed by their weight and body image. It is a very dangerous disorder and mostly females are victimized with it as they are more body and beauty conscious. This disorder is found to have connection with depression and other psychological disorder and can be dangerous to health if not identified at right time. The...
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Why Do Americans Use So Many Legal Drugs (For Example, Alcohol, Tobacco, and OTC Drugs)
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...bad breath, swelling of the limbs, and stunted growth can occur from long term use. 3. What dangers are associated with treating individuals who are severely dependent on CNS depressants? Why is it important for human services workers to be aware of these concerns? Central Nervous System depressants or CNS depressants have been the cause of the deaths of several people in the public sphere, thus creating an understanding of the dangers of mixing certain types of drugs... Why do Americans use so many legal drugs (for example, alcohol, tobacco, and OTC drugs)? What aspects of our society promote extensive drug use? One of the reasons that legal drugs are used to the extent that they are indulged is that...
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Blow the Whistle or Breath Insulation
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...Breath Insulation Introduction This case is about poor working environment in which the workers at Manly Construction Company are exposed to. The company’s files are kept in an office whose walls and overhead pipes are lagged with asbestos that poses health hazard to the workers due to probability of contracting cancer. The issue was dealt with by county inspector who recommended the improvement of the condition such as cleaning of all fallen fibers and removal of the asbestos or sealing of the pipes. However, the management did nothing to change the situation apart from cleaning the fallen asbestos. They however informed the workers to continue working in the same... s Case Study: Blow the Whistle or...
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