“I didn’t always smoke Winston”…but when I did, I died?
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“I didn’t always smoke Winston”…but when I did, I died?


Lung cancer. Emphysema. Heart disease. Stroke. Asthma. These are just some of the disease that smoking causes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Cigarette smoking causes more than 440,000 deaths each year in the US. This is about one in five deaths”. These deaths are preventable. What compels America to continue … Continue reading

Marketing Malfeasance in the Infant Formula Industry
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Marketing Malfeasance in the Infant Formula Industry


Marketing Malfeasance in the Infant Formula Industry Infant formula, a scientific innovation designed to save babies’ lives holds responsibility for possibly millions of infant deaths (Schwab, 479).  Marketing characterizes infant formula as an icon of modernity, promising health and prosperity.  While formula is undeniably beneficial for some infants, companies’ ill intentioned marketing practices unnecessarily jeopardized … Continue reading