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    Junk E-Mail is Abusive to the Internet and its Users With in the past decade, the term “junk mail” has transformed from a pile of flashy advertisements and unnecessary coupon books to an intruding, pervasive, and even offensive collection of electronic messages. Though, the distribution of postal mail for the purpose of advertisement is governed by effective laws, distribution of unsolicited email runs free across the internet at the expense of others. The solicitation of “junk e-mail” fosters

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    Well, even though junk food is junk, it doesn’t taste like junk, and it’s convenient and fast, hence the name fast food. That seduces us fat Americans. But Americans are not fat, right? Wrong! One in four and a half Americans are considered overweight. This is due partially to the uneven distribution

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    For my project, I decided to give up junk food. For junk food, I made an effort to include fast food, soda, chips microwaveable meals, etc. About halfway through the project, I felt the term junk food was a little too broad. It was also a little unethical for me because of my work schedule. I work in the mall, and often times I’m working a double shift, 10am – 9pm. Not often do I bring lunch because of limited resources at home. With that being said, restricting fast food would mean that days throughout

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    because they will have to spend more on medications that will help their body function normally. I believe that the government should ban beverages over sixteen ounces. Even though buying a bigger size drink may be cheaper, drinks over sixteen ounces and junk food should be banned because it is causing too much obesity, people might have a lot of health problems, and it all that sugar is bad for one human being. Many people may argue that banning these foods and drinks will cause businesses to lose money;

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    It's Time to Put an End to Junk Mail It is another Wednesday morning, and I am again sitting at the front desk of my dormitory at 9 am. The US Postal Service just delivered today's mail, and the other Wednesday-morning deskworker and I are preparing to search for names, check mailbox numbers, sort the mail, and place it into mailboxes. I hate working the mail shift, but I do it because I get paid nine dollars an hour for relatively brainless work. Even though I lose a few hours of sleep,

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    development has significantly influenced one’s eating habits. This has led many people into consuming foods high in fats, calories, salts and sugars, commonly known as junk food. Some of these foods include fast foods, snack items, sweets and soft drinks. Junk foods are easily obtainable and are at such low prices, that

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    issue of banning advertisement of junk food in Australia by providing background information to the debate and explaining its social significance. Additionally, the report will identify the participants involved, and include the viewpoints of different participants relating to the debate. 2. The Issue and Background to the Debate A joint report by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) summarized that heavy marketing of junk food as well as fast food has

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    Junk Food and Health How many people do you think these days eat junk food? Fast food is the food that is made fast and quickly. Everyone knows that food is the fuel for our body, it gives us the energy we need to start our mornings. But now a day people are eating fast food more than healthy and organic food. People are not aware of the bad effects of fast food on their bodies junk food is affecting the body negatively. Fast food has a lot of bad effects on the human’s body that we should all be

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    The article is about Kerala state government's tax proposal on junk food, such as pizzas, burgers, and other junk food which are served by any restaurant. The movement is projected to put an end and abstain people from the consumption of junk food. The government of Kerala was not the first to levy fat tax on junk food, Denmark and Hungary have adapted this system before Kerala. Nonetheless, junk food is a demerit good that is when produced creates negative externalities of consumption on

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    Junk Food: Can What We Eat Change How We Behave? Ice cream, chocolate, McDonald’s hamburgers, potato chips, and hot dogs, all symbolize a taboo in our society. Honey, wheat germ, fruit juices, and sprouts, take on a certain manna in our society. For years, our society has been involved with a health food movement. We are carrying this movement with us to every new day, every new year, and now into a new century. As we go into the new century, "our emphasis, is on "wellness" and prevention rather

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