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  • Harmful Effects Of Bisphenol A

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    For my science fair project, I choose to test the effects of Bisphenol A (BPA) on plants after learning that BPA has been removed from many plastics due to the harmful hazards of this chemical. Does BPA effect plants? Specifically, I will be testing to see if different amounts of BPA given to plants will have an impact on plant grown and plant life span. Bisphenol A or BPA is produced worldwide in large amounts and is found in many of our everyday items. In 2002, approximately 2.8 million pounds

  • The Harmful Effects of GMO's

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    The Harmful Effects of Genetically Modified Organisms Genetic Engineering has been around since the 1970’s, but the process has become more complicated and ambiguous over time. A genetically modified organism, or GMO, is a plant, animal, or microorganism that has been produced to overcome any natural restrictions (Happiness). It encompasses eradicating the DNA, manipulating it, and then reinserting it into the original or alternative organism (Executive). Although GMO’s have some benefits, their

  • The Harmful Effects Of The Body

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    unaware of harmful chemicals that are in everyday items. It is important to be aware of what enters the body because the side-effects can be harmful and in some cases deadly. Certain chemicals are not only harmful to the current generation, but also to future ones. Avoidance is only possible with knowledge of the dangers chemicals found in common goods present. Every single day people use, ingest or come in contact with chemicals that they are not even aware of. Many everyday items have harmful chemicals

  • Harmful Effects Of Multitasking

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    People who multitasking frequently use their senses when a specific task. Most of them that does multitasking the most were more successful at spotting the target than other. The harmful effect of multitasking is that multitasking lowers I.Q level, lowers E.Q level, and damage the brain cells. First of all, multitasking is less productive than doing a single thing at a time. People who regularly do several streams of electronic information cannot pay attention of what's going on around them. Other

  • Harmful Effects of Smoking

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    Smoking has become very common and fashionable, especially among young boys. This habit usually begins at school when boys try to experiment with every new thing that they can lay their hands on. Despite the warnings given by doctors about the ill-effects of smoking, people continue to smoke. Smokers are addicted to it, and even if they want to, they cannot refrain from picking up a cigar or cigarette and puffing away. Some youngsters smoke for the sake of society and some feel that would make them

  • Harmful Effects of Smoking

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    Harmful Effects Of Smoking Smoking isn't good for one's body. Especially if you've been smoking a pack a day, and for a long period of time. But what is the full extent of the effects of smoking on your body? The effects of smoking varies from person to person as it will depend on the person's vulnerability to the chemical in cigarette or tobacco smoke. It will also depend on the number of cigarette sticks a person smokes per day, the age when the person first started to smoke, and the number of

  • Harmful Effects of Smoking

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    Harmful effects of smoking Doan Thi Huong Thao BAIU08155 International University HCMC Academic English 2 Bien Thi Thanh Mai Instructor May 17, 2010 Abstract Smoking is known to be a primary cause of harmful effects on health, family, environment and society. However, scientist research in health and environment, that researches show that smoking cause many diseases, even lung cancer. An aim of my study has been to determine that smoking also effect on family and society. Results indicated

  • Harmful Effects Of Tobacco

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    disorders. According to Dr. Neal Benowitz, M.D. (2010), approximately 435,000 Americans die prematurely from diseases related to smoking each year. Now, you would think this very frightening finding – along with the multitude of research on the harmful effects of tobacco – would cause people to think twice before using tobacco. Yet, an estimated 45 million Americans currently smoke tobacco (Benowitz, 2010). So, what is the cause of this continued use of tobacco? The answer is addiction to nicotine.

  • Harmful Effects of Gmo

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    The Harmful Effects of GMOs According to Philips, altering the genomes plants and animals is nothing new; specific traits have long been selected artificially in order to produce the desire result; i.e. sweet corn or hairless cats (2008). However, these variations have been limited in that only naturally occurring variations have been used (Philips, 2008). In recent years, researchers have crossed the line from the natural to the unnatural; advances in the field of genetic engineering have allowed

  • Gmo Harmful Effects

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    technology has only existed for a few decades, and something as revolutionary as genetic modification is going to take years to perfect. While this tech is still in it’s experimental phases, it can cause certain side effects that harm people all around the planet. One of such side effects is the unintended spread of allergens, “Researchers at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln produce evidence that genetic engineering of crops can spread allergens, which is potentially dangerous for those with food