Dangers

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  • The Danger Of Volcanoes: The Danger Of Volcanoes

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    Volcano. A word that we are all taught to simultaneously fear and question. An image that we admire through a screen, too afraid to look at up close. We think of its beauty and that fiery danger hidden within. The inevitable danger of a volcano is what most of us were taught and is what we believe, but do we really have to shy away from these explosive rocks? The answer is no. Many people live their everyday lives next to or near a volcano and tourists come from all around to see them. How do these

  • Danger

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    Often in society there are actions that are categorized as feminine or masculine. those ideas formulate into a mind, defining themselves and guiding their lives. In some situations they even begin to be all the person bases their actions on. Eventually creating an inner struggle/conflict of weather the actions the do are manly or womanly. an example of a character who struggles with this is Okonkwo in the book Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe. This book follows his life and inner struggles. The

  • Online Dangers

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    Although technology has allowed people to expand their horizons it has also opened more doors to danger. The World Wide Web wreaks havoc on our own lives without us even knowing. From bullying to sexual predators, social media is damaging people’s reputations and even consuming their life through cyber bullying, online chat rooms, and pornography. Cyber bullying is a leading danger in today’s online life, especially among teenagers. While many people believe to understand what cyber bullying

  • The Dangers of Tattoos

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    Today’s youth are getting permanent tattoos to be cool and trendy, but are not considering the long-term effects. Teenagers should be aware of all that body modification may include, it is not just a pretty picture. Adolescences must consider the dangers and conscientious result of attaining diseases, being underage, and having a permanent mark on their body.      The unsanitary conditions of getting a tattoo tend to go unnoticed by teenagers. The increase popularity in body art has also caused an

  • The Dangers of Tanning

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    salons or a day at the beach. The media has instilled in women that tan skin is a sign of youth and sex appeal. Some people go to the tanning salons and others spend hours outside in the sun to achieve the sun goddess look. Many don’t realize the dangers that come with the sun or a box with light bulbs that has more UVA radiation than the sun does. From fair to dark skin, people are being destroyed by the same UVA radiation that gives people that “sexy glow”. Being in the sun is inevitable, but people

  • The Dangers of Hacking

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    listen to our government’s confidentials and possibly even use it to take down America. Furthermore, I had also mentioned how account info can be hacked and stolen. Once that happens to a person, they are in danger of robbery, false e-mails, even getting murdered. Electronic hacking poses a danger to our medical industry, too. Devices like pacemakers in the future could kill a person within the first three seconds. Pursuing this further, some of these hackers were part of an organization (like the

  • The Dangers of Consumerism

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    In an article presented by Sud Jhally, “Advertising at the Edge of the Apocalypse,” he mentions that consumerism is dominating our culture and also the hazardous acts of it (2000). To analyze these dangers in our culture, I have presented an evaluation that illustrates my consumption behaviour in regards to fashion. Through this interpretation, it is hypothesized that the consumption of fashion is highly dangerous. This is seen through the influence it has on emotions, class, alienation and the

  • The Dangers Of Smoking

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    Those around them are not given the choice as to whether they will inhale the toxic air. Although smokers are the one’s directly inhaling the smoke from their cigarettes, they put everyone’s life in jeopardy. With the increasing evidence of the dangers of smoking and second-hand smoke, there is no longer a place for smoking in society. Because secondhand smoke is as bad as smoking cigarettes, the government should have a stricter ban or prohibition toward smoking in public. Every four minutes someone

  • The Dangers of Smoking

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    The Dangers of Smoking Smoking has a very negative impact on the health of people and causes serious long-term and short-term health problems for both the smoker and non-smoker. The act of smoking began since centuries ago. Today, many people still smoke knowing the fact that it can lead to seious heatlh problems and also possibly death. Smoking has been around since the beginning of time. It is uncertain on how the practice of smoking first came about, but it is certain that the ancient

  • Dangers of pregnacy

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    Most women are not always aware of the Dangers of pregnancy. Pregnancy is an awesome thing to experience in life it one of the most affected and common things women can experience. However, pregnancy can also be the most dangerous thing. During the time that a woman becomes pregnant it’s very important for her to keep up with her health. There are so many dangers to pregnancy that are not always known until later on in the pregnancy. Although many women become pregnant each year, many are

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