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Unformatted text preview: Do not share your grooming aids with others. Don't get saliva on your grooming aids. Replace cosmetics every 3 to 6 months. Concepts that we should teach students relating to consumer health Health products and services should be used only when needed. Not all products and services are worthwhile or necessary. Advertising seeks to persuade rather than to inform. Many advertising claims are misleading or inflated. Labels on all health care products should be read carefully and the directions should be followed closely. There are many ways to spot quack products and services (e.g. "miracle cure"). Many government and private agencies work to protect consumers. The best way to make wise decisions is to become informed about the facts regarding products and services. Making wise consumer decisions is ultimately a personal responsibility....
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- Spring '99