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    until 1961 that it was completely removed after it was confirmed that it was causing birth defects. More than 10000 babies were born with defects and approximately killed 2000 before birth, but fewer than 100 were born here in the U.S. Short term effects included possible still born babies, and children with many health problems and complications that severely impacted their quality of life. How much damage the Thalidomide did to the fetus depended on how early on the mother took the drug.

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    is much more than the financial impact. It effects not only financial stability, but has a psychological, behavioral, and emotional impact. Most people do not know or understand the alternating effects of poverty. Sociologists, psychologists and others in the field have debated for many years about whether or not poverty actually has an effect on an individual’s behavior. Though a lengthy debate, studies have proven poverty can and does have an effect on an individual’s physical, social, and developmental

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    Kenneth Kiebles Finance 393 Professor Hocter 21 November 2016 Effect of Groupthink on Investing Groupthink is something that influences most things that people do on a daily basis. People use groupthink every single day to make decisions, to confirm their decisions, or even to compare to the decisions that they have already come to. Although groupthink has its distinct advantages in certain situations, there are without a doubt situations in which groupthink can be seen as a hindrance. How companies

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    Child violence is a topic which has exposed itself tremendously with both causes and effects; causes being, poor parenting, environment and exposure, and effects including depression, difficulties in school and criminal behavior. Most people try not to address poor parenting because it can be a very sensitive topic but, it is very important and lack of conversation or teaching can become an issue. We have all been somewhere and witness a child misbehaving and the parent not reprimanding their

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    affect everyone involved, including the children, unfortunately. Divorce and its effects set a bad example to children and their future lives as young adults, along with having life-long effects from the divorce because of things that they experienced during it. The different causes of a divorce have multiple effects on the children who are experiencing it, including problems that lead to psychological and emotional effects, behavioral issues, problems with school, and problems with future relationships

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    English 091-040 4 December 2012 Effects of Technology in our world I. Introduction: State your plan for the Introduction paragraph * Changes in technology over the years * Why we depend on technology so much * How much we rely on technology Thesis statement: In today’s world, as technology is advancing around us, some of the major effects that can be seen are medical technology advances, ease of communication with the growing technology, and the negative effects on our body. II. Body

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    shown that the effects of divorce on children are hard to handle. In some cases, they are extreme and require counselling and therapy to help. In other cases, the child doesn’t even realize anything is wrong or is too young to understand it. Divorce causes many different types of issues in the parents; including depression. Which then in turn, affects the children. Divorce has many life changing effects on the whole entire family. Studies have proven that there are many negative effects on children

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    Printed Book Effects

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    are easier to read and convince to turn pages than e-books; however, e-books have multiple negative effects on health. People health is the most important priority in their lives so they must take high care about their health to minimize complications of severe diseases. Most of the people carry backpack daily to work or school and it contains heavy things like books. It can cause harmful effects and chronic diseases to your body. A musculoskeletal system which represents shape, perform control

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    do something extraordinary for this world. From what I have read, I have noticed, to a large extent, the positive aspects of globalization. Even Samir himself speaks about this that they greatly influenced him “Globalization has had a very strong effect on me. It has allowed me to live with my friends and extended families that live in very different cultures and settings.” He also talks about the moments that globalization gave him, “Globalization has also allowed me to be exposed to several languages

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    Effects Of Youth Sports

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    sports at a very young age, the effects can often be costly. The increase in popularity of youth sports has caused injuries to skyrocket, children and parents must face different ethnicities and also fairness towards playing time, and lastly youth sports coaches are not well educated and therefore often teach the youth the wrong ways of playing the game, which put the kids at a higher risk of injury. The popularity of youth sports has caused these multiple effects. The increase in injuries have

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