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ESPC 2007 - Truro (Nouvelle-Écosse)

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Rachel - I am a gymnast, and I also do track and field and dance, as well as play grade 6 piano. At the moment my career of choice is pathology. I love to read in my spare time. My favourite subjects in school are science and math. I won the computer and extended french awards in grade 8. When I have spare time, I like spending time with my friends. I also love travelling, and have been to many countries. My favourite country that I have visited so far would be Ireland.
Kathleen - I am a 14 year old student at Chippewa Secondary where I am currently studying in French Immersion. I am the second of five children from a Christian family. Activities I enjoy doing are playing grade 6 piano, going places with my friends, learning things about the human body, listening to music and reading. I am a past provincial tumbling champion and now I am currently on the High school track team. I am a hurdler and a pole vaulter. After I leave high school, I want to go to university to study biology and anthropology, english or the sound board. In grade 8, I was president of my elementary school and I won the spirit award at grade 8 graduation. I have also won multiple piano, track and gymnastic awards. Winning the opportunity to go to CWSF is probably one of the most exciting educational things that has ever happened to me.

Rachel Fung, Kathleen McParland

Are We Destroying Our Teeth?
Division:Sciences de la vie / Aucun
Région:North Bay
Ville:North Bay, ON
École:Chippewa S.S.
Sommaire:Which common beverages cause the most damage to teeth? We immersed eight wisdom teeth in eight different beverages for a period of 32 days. We found that non-cola (vs. cola), diet (vs. sugared), and non-carbonated (vs. carbonated) beverages caused greater weight loss, softening, and staining. Diet iced tea caused the most damage; milk caused the least.