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Unused food not sold by supermarkets should be donated and/or recycled, not simply thrown away (2)

brookeweston
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Claim: A lot of food that we waste as a country goes unnoticed, but numbers do not lie. Warrant: In 2010, an estimated 133 billion pounds of food from U.S. retail food stores, restaurants, and homes"valued at approximately $161 billion"went uneaten. (a statistic provided by the USDA Office of the Chief Economist). Grounds: In addition, 7.4 percent (9.4 million) of U.S. households had low food security in 2016. What is low food security? "These food-insecure households obtained en...

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Unused food not sold by supermarkets should be donated and/or recycled, not simply thrown away

brookeweston
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Claim: A lot of food that we waste as a country goes unnoticed, but numbers do not lie. Warrant: In 2010, an estimated 133 billion pounds of food from U.S. retail food stores, restaurants, and homes"valued at approximately $161 billion"went uneaten. (a statistic provided by the USDA Office of the Chief Economist). Grounds: In addition, 7.4 percent (9.4 million) of U.S. households had low food security in 2016. What is low food security? "These food-insecure households obtaine...

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Should children be vaccinated?

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Mothers need to vaccinate their children in order for them to avoid getting fatal diseases. Most diseases are prevented by getting vaccinations. Due to vaccinations diseases like smallpox have been eradicated. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) on their website wrote an Article title Smallpox writing "Thanks to the success of vaccination, the last natural outbreak of smallpox in the United States occurred in 1949." Vaccines have allowed and continue to allow protection to children from disea...

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Children should be vaccinated

Alondra9
YasminPineda

Mothers need to vaccinate their children in order for them to avoid getting fatal diseases. Most diseases are prevented by getting vaccinations. Due to vaccinations diseases like smallpox have been eradicated. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) on their website wrote an Article title Smallpox writing "Thanks to the success of vaccination, the last natural outbreak of smallpox in the United States occurred in 1949." Vaccines have allowed and continue to allow protection to children from dise...

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