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November 19, 2014
Kyle Chase News Activist post                                                         Exercise does in fact Improve Brain Function  

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In the Globe in Mail article, published on November,2, Victoria Cavaliere, reports the case of Brittany Maynard. In fact, Brittany Maynard had a brain cancer and she decided  to die with dignity. With her husband, she moved from California to Oregon, where assisted suicide is allowed. She passed away on November, 1 surrunded by her closed familly. Due to her brain cancer, Brittany Maynard became a assisted suicide defender. Trough internet, her story became viral  and people are allowed to send condolences to her family.

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Based on the article, “Loss of Privacy: What’s the Harm?” written by Irina Raicu, the loss of your privacy is a huge deal now on the internet. After reading the article I come to find out that pieces of information people post about themselves the government, corporations and other entities take that information. It’s wrong what they’re doing because it’s an invasion of your privacy, it’s disrespectful.

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            On 28 of January 2012, the New York Times published the opinion-based article "Ritalin Gone Wrong" by L. Alan Sroufe. Even though he does not cite his sources, this professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Minnesota's Institute of Child Development did argued a valuable point.

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       Multiple debates have been going on for many years and are still not solved at this current time since they are continuously challenging our views and beliefs. Indeed, the question about whether the assisted suicide should be legalized or not remains unanswered. There are several opinion issues about this, and it is often because people do not talk about the same ideas. In fact, there are a lot of options regarding the "earlier death". The euthanasia, the palliative sedation and the "stopping potentially life-sustaining therapy" are some of them (Quill 4).

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     There’s an article on Elite Daily called “Why Chivalry Is Dead, From a Man’s Perspective” by John Picciuto ( ) which is about his ideas on why chivalry is dead. In summary, to Picciuto chivalry is gone, men no longer take women out on fancy dates with deep conversations but more like to bars with small talk.

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