Do you consider yourself forgetful and need help in improving your memory? Are you worried because you have trouble concentrating and tend to forget even the simplest things? Whether you're already in your twilight years and are already experiencing memory lapses, or you just want to improve your memory to do better in school or at work, the good thing is that you have the ability to increase your brain's ability no matter what age you are! Several studies show that the brain has the ability called neuroplasticity where it can adapt to change no matter what age you are.
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In the book, Taubes visits the urgent question of what's making us fat - and how we can change. Persuasive, straightforward, and practical, Why We Get Fat makes Taubes's crucial argument newly accessible to a wider audience. He reveals the bad nutritional science of the last century, none more damaging or misguided than the "calories-in, calories-out" model of why we get fat, and the good science that has been ignored, especially regarding insulin's regulation of our fat tissue.
Karmic Capitalism will train the reader to become psychically empowered, financially independent and attain spiritual growth if you follow the instructions presented. I discuss such concepts as limiting beliefs, affirmations, visual imagery and accessing our Higher Self to raise our consciousness and establish a foundation for karmic capitalism. The basic concepts of metaphysics and their relationship to spiritual growth are given. Many self-hypnosis exercises are presented to apply these techniques in your life.
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The environment can cause - and cure - cancer! Out of the labs of the prestigious Pasteur Institute came decades of research that unlocked the mystery of cancer at the DNA level. But we're only just now finding out about it.
"An add for supplements sold by Mirko Beljanski"
The Berlin blockade brought former allies to the brink of war. Britain, France, the United States and the Soviet Union defeated and began their occupation of Germany in 1945, and within a few years, the Soviets and their Western partners were jockeying for control of their former foe. Attempting to thwart the Allied powers' plans to create a unified West German government, the Soviets blocked rail and road access to the western sectors of Berlin in June 1948.
"Potential to be great but performance a let down"
In this Lambda Literary award-winning title, author Toby Johnson explores how the rise of gay identity has become an important part of contemporary religious development. This dramatic transformation has resulted due to the perspective of gay men; their ability to step outside the assumptions and conventions of culture and see things from a different point of view. This audiobook will reward readers seeking new insight into faith as well as culture, myth and traditions.
When the secret police came for his father in 1938, 10-year-old Anatole Konstantin saw his family plunged into a morass of fear. His memoir of growing up in Stalinist Russia re-creates in vivid detail the daily trials of people trapped in this regime before and during the repressive years of World War II - and the equally horrific struggles of refugees after that conflict.
"I am changed"
Walter's Perspective provides a unique glimpse into the rough-and-tumble Chicago news business as seen through the eyes of one of its legendary players. From his first news job working as a legman to his later role as a news anchor and political commentator, Jacobson battled along the front lines of an industry undergoing dramatic changes.
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Using history as its guide, Lessons From Fallen Civilizations poses and answers the question: Can a bankrupt America survive the current Islamic threat? Today, millions of militant Muslims wake every morning plotting the destruction of the US. Many are among us. They are our neighbors and coworkers. Their mission is first to intimidate, then to destabilize our economy and ultimately to plant the black flag of Islam at the top of the White House.
FBI agent Jake Donnelly is not the kind of man who names a dog “Muffin.” Especially not a jowly bulldog. But now Jake's Aunt Sophie has left him her beloved Muffin, along with a sizable inheritance that has some strings attached. Jake and Muffin have to attend a two-week therapy course designed to work out any bonding issues they may have.
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Returned from the Great War, living in 1920s Hollywood, Walter Steale is hired as muscle by his politician brother while a platinum blonde, renowned for playing empty-headed nymphets in the flickers, rekindles his faith in the world. But before long, lies stack up around his work, and Steale finds himself on the front lines of corruption. Once he confronts his brother, Steale's dirty work is used against him to protect powerful state leaders.
In these memoirs, Father Theodore Hesburgh chronicles the transformation of Notre Dame from a somewhat mediocre midwestern university into a major teaching and research institution.
Short Story Twelve-Pack runs nearly four hours and consists of 12 short stories, including: "Now We're Even:" Payback to a former high school bully can be really satisfying if you do it right; "Paine in the Ass:" How to put the office know-it-all in his place once and for all; "Pieces of Eight:" Does the vacant neighbor's house really have gold doubloons hidden in its walls?; "Precious:" She's got all the money and he's envious. Now, how to get rid of her without going to prison.