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Proposal +5–bloomingmystery

For my research paper, I will be diving deeper into the conversation surrounding the legal drinking age, more specifically, raising it from twenty-one to twenty-five. Alcohol has been known for its harmful effects on the brain and body, however, the … Continue reading

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PTSD Claims–bloomingmystery

“Secondary traumatic stress has been documented in the spouses of veterans with PTSD from Vietnam.” This is a factual claim as the word “documented” brings forth the presence of research and that this was not a claim just pulled from … Continue reading

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Purposeful Summaries–bloomingmystery

Why Keeping Little Girls Squeaky Clean Could Make Them Sick It seems counterintuitive that children who are kept clean actually end up getting sick more times than that of those who are allowed to get dirty. Focusing more around females, … Continue reading

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My Hypothesis–bloomingmystery

1. The legal drinking age 2. The legal drinking age and the brain 3. The effects of the legal drinking age in connection to the brain’s long term function and development 4. Raising the legal drinking age to twenty-five would … Continue reading

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Stone Money Draft–bloomingmystery

Money Needs Faith The idea of money is drastically different under varying viewpoints. For children, trading snacks at lunchtime for better goodies is the same as adult men trading services that more or less even out to an equal exchange. … Continue reading

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Practice Post—bloomingmystery

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