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The recommendations endorsed in the argument are that people who need nonprescription medications for the relief of excess stomach acid should choose Acid-Ease instead of Pepticaid. The conclusion is based on the assumptions that doctors have prescribed Acid-Ease 76 million more times than they have done for Pepticaid. However, the assumptions are of gross oversimplification,…

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This ad recommends non-prescription Acid-Ease over non-prescription Pepticaid for relief of excess stomach acid. The only reason offered is that doctors have written 76 million more prescriptions for the full-strength prescription form of Acid-Ease than for full-strength Pepticaid. While this reason is relevant, and provides some grounds for preferring Acid-Ease over Pepticaid, it is insufficient…

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In the argument the author concludes that people who are suffering from acidity burns in their stomach due to excess of acid production than what is normal should choose Acid-Ease rather than Peptiacid. He basis his conclusion on the fact that doctors have prescribed the full-strength form of the medicine Acid-Ease far significantly more than…

snoring causes weight excess argument

The argument states that snoring is the best indicator of obesity problem. The argument also mentions the disease called apnea which is believed to be the reason of exhausting walkings during the night. It therefore concludes that snoring people should control the amount of food consumed and increase physical activities they are involved in. The…

Efficacy of Nonprescription Drugs

In the above article, the author concludes that Acid-Ease should be the drug of choice for those who need mild nonprescription remedy for excess stomach acid. The premise is that physicians have prescribed 76 million more of the full-strength version of the medication as compared to its competitor, Pepticaid. The argument is inconclusive and flawed…

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The author concludes that from both milder nonprescription medications, Acid-Ease and Pepticaid, more preferable for people with excess stomach acid is Acid-Ease. The author’s line of reasoning is that doctors have prescribe significant number more full-strength Acid-Ease than for full-strength Pepticaid. The conclusion is rather weak, unconvincing because it is based on unsupported assumption. First,…