Bad Breath Essays

  • Bad Breath Essay

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    Bad Breath - Cause, Cure and Social Impact Just admit it. We all know we have done it one time or another. It’s your big first date and you’re ready to walk out the door, but just before you can go you give yourself a quick breath test. It is the age-old practice of the cupping of the hands over the mouth followed by a quick sniff to ensure your breath doesn’t stink. Society today has boosted the business of having fresher breath. Stores are full of products offering a variety of scented mouthwashes

  • Bad Breath

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    Bad Breath Don’t you just hate it when you’re talking to someone with bad breath but you feel too awkward to say that their breath stinks? Although dental hygiene is important, there are other reasons why you might have bad breath, in medical terms called halitosis. Sometimes you might not even notice that your breath reeks but there are easy ways to test and cure bad breath. Ways to Test for Bad Breath Testing for bad breath is a simple thing to do that takes a small amount of time with little

  • A Portrait of Modern Life in Carnal Knowledge

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    missing in his life seems to be a female companion. He wants to find somebody he likes, understands and has something in common with, and he is sick of making the "acquaintance of a divorced computer programmer in her mid thirties with three kids and bad breath" (246) and her like. Thus when he meets Alena Jorgensen he becomes bewitched and begins to try to impress her, and establish common interests. He becomes almost totally submissive as their relationship grows and unconsciously begins to do things

  • Gender Changes In Popular Media

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    was an advertisement for Colgate toothpaste. It pictured a girl in college complaining to her roommate that no one likes her and she is quitting school, “I should have never gone to college”. She then goes to her dean to quit and realizes she has bad breath. The dentist gives her Colgate and soon she has a date for the prom. “I love college now.” This cartoon advertisement seems to imply that in 1937, women went to college to get married. Most of the other articles involving women were ones that involved

  • Negative Effects of the Atkins Diet

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    well as heart attacks. Organizations such as the American Heart Association and the American Dietetic Association have been criticizing the Atkins Diet on its unhealthy way of losing weight. Other side effects such as headaches, constipation, bad breath, muscle cramps and more has also been added to the ever growing effects that Atkins diet can cause to a dieter. Another increasing argument that is against the Atkins Diet is that it affects a dieter’s mental health, causing the dieter to feel

  • Rebuttal of Peter Brimelow’s, Thank You for Smoking?

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    Rebuttal of Peter Brimelow’s, “Thank You for Smoking…?” Have you ever been in a room full of people who are smoking? Have you ever questioned why they would put their health as well as yours in jeopardy by smoking? Did you ever think smoking could be good for you? Peter Brimelow says just that in his article “Thank You for Smoking…?” In Brimlow’s article, he explains all the health benefits smoking can provide you. Such evidence as that of D.M Warbutton, a British researcher who said that

  • The Dangers of Inhalants

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    altogether. There is also something called Sudden Sniffing Death Syndrome. This means that the user can die after one inhalant use or after many. Immediate effects inhalants offer are nausea, sneezing, coughing, nosebleeds, feeling/looking tired, bad breath, lack of coordination, and loss of appetite. There is considerable damage to ones heart, kidney, brain, liver, bone marrow, and other organs. Mothers who use inhalants during their pregnancy will leave their baby to suffer similar results of Fetal

  • Bad Breath: Causes and Treatments

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    other people can be that their breath stinks. It is a very simple problem, but can easily affect their lives in a major way and cause them to be shy or mute towards new people. Other individuals wouldn’t want to interact with the guy or girl with the toxic waste dump that is their breath. Though the problem can be that this person just has poor dental hygiene or a possibility is the food that they are eating at the time. To find out what is wrong with a person’s breath, they should evaluate what they

  • Good and Evil in Good Country People

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    has similar implications. The name Manley includes the word "man," but he is constantly revealed through his child-like acts such as his mumbling "was like the sleepy fretting of a child" (O'Connor 307). O'Connor also refers to him as having sweet breath like a child's and his "kisses were sticky like a child's" (307). The beginning of the story, "Good Country People," is misleading. At first, the story points to Mrs. Freeman and Manley Pointer as being good country people. According to Mrs. Hopewell

  • Personal Narrative - Slumber Party

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    Personal Narrative -Slumber Party Thump-thump, breathe thump-thump, breath. My heart beat as if it was pounding out through my brain; I tried to catch my breath. I heard footsteps coming up behind me like an elephant chasing at my heels. A scream pierced my ears and echoed many times in my mind. My thoughts raced from one thing to another. After locking the door, the four of us clinched in a corner for nearly an hour. My day had begun normal. I remember I woke up, went to school and found

  • Mercutio

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    walking through the streets-short phrases, a generally relaxed mood. With Mercutio's words, "O, then I see Queen Mab hath been with you!" he plunges into a forty-two line speech which is actually composed of only two sentences, giving him barely enough breath to pause between phrases. The gist of the speech concerns Mab, whom Celtic mythology considered to be the midwife of the fairies, and who also is held to be responsible for human beings' dreams. The Queen Mab speech is totally fanciful, describing

  • Cyrano De Bergerac

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    that she will have rejected him because of his looks. Enter Christian in the story, a young, average, yet handsome individual who also loved Roxane. The two made a pact with each other to create Roxane’s image of a perfect romantic hero—one that was breath-takingly handsome and at the same token, smart in a fun and interesting way. Together they charmed Roxane and she ultimately fell in love with Cyrano’s enchanting personality and Christian’s captivating appearance. Cyrano is portrayed as a great romantic

  • Bonds between Mothers and Daughters in Breath, Eyes, Memory and the Joy Luck Club

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    Bonds between Mothers and Daughters in Breath, Eyes, Memory and the Joy Luck Club Breath, Eyes, Memory  and the Joy Luck Club both describe the bonds between mothers and daughters. The relationships between the mother and daughter depicted in BEM and JLC is largely influenced by a foreign culture conflicting with the American culture. However, that is where the similarities end for the two novels. After reading the Joy Luck Club, my interest in Chinese culture was increased due to the fact that

  • The Immigrants in Breath, Eyes, Memory

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    Immigrants  Breath, Eyes, Memory Having to move to another country is not an east task because you are leaving behind everyone that you know since you are a little kid. Sophie was experiencing this because now she must drop everything and jump in a plane to reunited with her mother which she only have heard her voice. Haiti and Tante Atie was all Sophie knew, the freedom that she had to run around or just play with kids from across the street while the hot sun is kicking in. Tante Atie for Sophie

  • Factors Affecting Euthanasia

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    one woman lived more than 150 days. The factors with the most impact on the will to live were "depression, anxiety, shortness of breath, and sense of well-being." Which factor was most important varied with the stage of illness. During the earlier course of a patient's illness, anxiety was the dominant factor; depression became more important later, and shortness of breath was the chief factor suppressing a will to live when death became imminent. The study confirmed that, at least during much of a

  • Natalie Goldberg’s Long Quiet Highway: Waking Up in America

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    recognize the delicate nature of life and the importance of slowing down one’s life. In her autobiography, Long Quiet Highway: Waking Up in America, she invites readers to journey along her path to awakening in an effort as an author to “pass on her breath” (22). By capturing her message and holding it close to one’s heart, the reader grasps the essence of Goldberg’s message. It becomes clear that awakening can take on many forms and can be reached by different roads, but it is all centered on one goal:

  • Alienation in the lives of Arab Women

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    or dissociation. Alienation is a concept that is universal to all people of all cultures in the world and throughout all time periods. These feelings of alienation, in some form or another, have affected every human begin that has ever taken a breath and will until the race is extinct. It is these feelings of alienation that influence so many of our activities, our thoughts, and the way we shape our lives and the manner in which we form our societies. It is these reactions to alienation that have

  • Macbeth

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    feelings by saying, Hear not my steps, which way they walk, for fear Thy very stones prate of my whereabout, And take the present horror from the time, Which now suits with it. Whiles I threat, he lives: Words to the heat of deeds too cold breath gives. (Act 2, Scene 1) With that speech he is saying don't hear the steps I walk for fear they will give away my whereabouts. He wishes that the silence would break so he could finish his work. This meaning he wants the bell to ring, causing

  • Asthma

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    Asthma is a disorder of the respiratory system in which the passages that enable air to pass into and out of the lungs periodically narrow, causing coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath. This narrowing is typically temporary and reversible, but in severe attacks, asthma may result in death. Asthma most commonly refers to bronchial asthma, an inflammation of the airways, but the term is also used to refer to cardiac asthma, which develops when fluid builds up in the lungs as a complication of

  • Callenges Of Life

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    challenging. He wants to swim through a long tunnel, but must hold his breath some throughout his journey. When he sees boys (older boys) diving into the water, lasting a long time under water, and coming out a couple of meters away, he tries to so the same thing. It seems to be very easy for them. Jerry tries to do this a couple of times, but he is not successful. After his unsuccessful attempts he decides to practice holding his breath for a long time before trying it again. “A controlled impatience