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  • The Bottle Shock Consecise: The Bottle Shock Exercise

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    Introduction The bottle shock exercise is a way to test our individual ethical codes, but what is ethically questionable behavior? By the dictionary definition ethically questionable behavior is “pertaining to or dealing with morals or the principles of morality; pertaining to right and wrong in conduct.” But what is an ethically questionable behavior to me? By acting in ways that purposely hurt, deceive or victimize to gain personal advantage. In this essay, I will go through what the bottle shock assignment

  • The Invasion of the Plastic Bottle

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    of plastic water bottles. All this money fuels the creation of about fifty billion bottles worldwide. Sadly, Americans have become reliant on disposable plastic containers; consuming around thirty billion of the fifty billion water bottles produced each year. Many of the bottles end up being toss upon the earth instead of being recycled, which has been detrimental to the planet’s land, ocean, and air. The majority of people do not recycle plastic bottles; therefore, the bottles continue to accumulate

  • breastfeed or bottle-feed?

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    Is the mom going to breastfeed or bottle-feed? I must tell you that breast milk is usually best for your baby. -Each mother’s breast milk is made especially for their own newborn. It contains all the Vit., Min. & iron that your baby needs( where as bottle milk has as little as 5-10% of all vit., min., & iron that are used by your baby.) Breast milk also continues to chg. as your baby grows to meet the changing needs of your infant, no formula is capable of such a chg. Breast milk contains protecting

  • The Usage of Water Bottles Should Be Banned

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    US Container Recycling Institute estimates that 67 million plastic water bottles are discarded every day, enough plastic water bottles to wrap around the planet 149 times each year. Indeed, plastic water bottles should be banned from use by the public. The usage of water bottles should be suppressed because they are unimaginably dangerous, wasteful, expensive, and rarely recycled. Researchers have stated that plastic bottles containing water can contain many deadly chemicals. After close examination

  • Breastfeeding vs. Bottle Feeding

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    nurture their children. Parents are to provide for their children both through emotional needs as well as survival needs. Newborns need to be fed through means of milk, thus relying on a decision by their mother and father of whether to breastfeed or bottle feed. As stated in Nancy E. Wright’s article on the progression of breastfeeding, Aristotle said, “There is a reason behind everything in nature.” Certain occurrences take place in nature that has repercussions or outcomes to them. Choosing to

  • We Need Reusable Water Bottles NOW!

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    Each year, Americans dispose of 38 billion water bottles ($1 billion dollars worth of plastic) in landfills. Just last year, Americans went through about 50 billion plastic water bottles, which translates to 167 per person and at a cost of $15 billion. That’s more than Americans spent on ipods or movie tickets (Fishman). Water bottles are made of recyclable polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plastic, yet the national recycling rate for PET is only 14.5%. We all share the responsibility for their

  • Breastfeeding vs. Bottle Feeding

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    Nutrition and breastfeeding are subjects that can relate greatly to each other. New mothers are in a need of information regarding breastfeeding. Mothers receive the information and instructions on how to breastfeed at the hospital where they bear their children. That information is essential in the decision making process of whether to breastfeed or not. Still the clear choice for mothers everywhere is breastfeeding for several important life affecting reasons. Breast milk is highly nutritional

  • Glass Bottle and Jars are Made of Different Raw Materials

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    ........ 8 1. Introduction Glass bottles and jars are used by beverage, cosmetic or pharmaceutical industries as packaging material. Their sustainability and ability to keep product quality intact are some of the reasons why they are preferred over plastic bottles and makes them an important packaging material. They are available in various shape, color and sizes according to requirement. The present demand is estimated at 21 million bottles and 8.75 million jars per annum. This is expected

  • Gut Bacteria of Breastfed vs Bottle Fed Infants

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    Every new mom hears from the very beginning that “breast is best”. New moms are consistently told that breast feeding a baby is healthier for newborns than bottle feeding. Breastfeeding is said to defend against infections, prevent allergies, and prevent chronic illness. Mothers are able to pass some amount of protection to an infant and most commonly can protect against ear infections, respiratory infections, diarrhea, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol, Hodgkin's disease, leukemia, and

  • Literary Analysis The Bottle Imp on Irony

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    through the Imp yet it was the Imp who made them dread having the possessed material.Temptation causes one to lose the morals that he thought would magnify them--this theme alone aids the situational irony throughout the short story “The Bottle Imp.” “The Bottle Imp” makes love look almost ignorant. Although feelings may be stronger in this case one can suppose anyone that wasn’t blinded by love would find a way to sell it to someone else rather than themselves. “‘Never tell me,” said she; “no man