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Saying Thank You

March 3, 2016

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Saying Thank You by Monisha Vasa, M.D., illustrated by Alaina Luise — If your child suffers from entitlement syndrome, this nonfiction children’s book can help promote the concept of gratitude to the littlest of learners. Vasa, a psychiatrist and writer, firmly believes in developing mental and emotional well-being from a young age. Parents and children […]

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Treating the elusive MARConS infection

March 2, 2016

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Treating the elusive MARConS infection by Dr. Nicholas Meyer —  Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, a medical doctor from Pokomoke, Maryland, is an outside-of-the-box thinker. He has almost single-handedly awakened the medical community to the problem of “water intrusions” in the body, which can lead to mold(s) forming where the intrusion occurs, and then moving into your […]

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Succulent Wild Love: Six Powerful Habits for Feeling More Love More Often

March 1, 2016

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Succulent Wild Love: Six Powerful Habits for Feeling More Love More Often y SARK and Dr. John Waddell — This is not your average relationship book. It is coauthored by one-of-a-kind, out-of-the-box SARK. She has made a career out of sharing her personal, journal-like writings and art, and inspiring others with her vulnerable and honest […]

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Sidewalk Oracles: Playing with Signs, Symbols and Synchronicity in Everyday Life

February 29, 2016

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Sidewalk Oracles: Playing with Signs, Symbols and Synchronicity in Everyday Life by Robert Moss —  Synchronicity is when the universe gets personal and, through this book of games and enchanting stories, you will learn how to monitor the play of coincidence and the symbolic resonance of incidents in daily life in order to tap into […]

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Alleviate seasonal affective disorder with vitamin D

February 28, 2016

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Alleviate seasonal affective disorder with vitamin D by Karen Langston —  Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression that occurs during the fall and winter months when sunshine is reduced. The cause is unknown but can be treated with phototherapy (a type of bright light), antidepressants and supplementation, including vitamin D. When it comes […]

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Chi Nei Ching: Muscle, Tendon and Meridian Massage

February 27, 2016

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Chi Nei Ching: Muscle, Tendon and Meridian Massage by Mantak Chia and William U. Wei — Good health depends on the free flow of life-force energy, or chi, throughout the entire body. The accumulation of tensions in the muscles and tendons and the stagnation of negative energy can lead to blockages in the body’s energy […]

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Stop, Drop and Cook: Everyday Dutch Oven Cooking with Food Storage

February 26, 2016

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Stop, Drop and Cook: Everyday Dutch Oven Cooking with Food Storage by Mark Hansen — When disaster strikes, what will you be eating? This must-have guide to Dutch oven cooking teaches you how to create delicious, gourmet meals for your family with common food storage items. Even if the power and gas lines are out, […]

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Miraculous healing can really happen

February 25, 2016

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Miraculous healing can really happen by Tobin Blake —  Do you believe in miraculous healings? When his doctors told him he was going to die, the first thing I said to my friend Jordan Young was, “With love, all things can be healed.” The cancer, which started in his lymph system, had by this point […]

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An Invitation to Think & Feel Differently in The New Millennium

February 24, 2016

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An Invitation to Think & Feel Differently in The New Millennium by Harry J. Bury, Ph.D. — Bury has a dream, a vision of how the world can be immensely better in the future than it is today. In this book, he presents his hope for the world and provides a path to achieve this […]

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Becoming Wise, A New Hope for Humanity: Ushering in the Age of Genius

February 23, 2016

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Becoming Wise, A New Hope for Humanity: Ushering in the Age of Genius by Mary Sue Wallace — “Who am I? What do I want?” These are questions we all ask ourselves while in the process of creating a happy, fulfilling and meaningful life. These questions create the visions, dreams and intentions that direct our […]

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Water: An essential nutrient for your body, brain and health

February 22, 2016

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Water: An essential nutrient for your body, brain and health by Paula Owens —  Water is an essential nutrient but is often overlooked when it comes to its importance for a clear mind, weight loss, performance, brain function, detoxification and overall health. The body is 70 percent water, brain tissue is approximately 75 percent water, […]

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Cookin’ Up a Storm: Sea Stories and Vegan Recipes from Sea Shepherd’s Anti-Whaling Campaigns

February 21, 2016

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Cookin’ Up a Storm: Sea Stories and Vegan Recipes from Sea Shepherd’s Anti-Whaling Campaigns by Laura Dakin — The Sea Shepherd crew members take an aggressive direct-action approach to ending the slaughter of endangered and threatened wildlife in the world’s oceans. The crews recognize that a vegan diet is a critical aspect of sea animal […]

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Now

February 20, 2016

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Now by Paz del Castillo — Del Castillo is one of the best artists at creating moods. She brings sensitivity, gentle passion and soulfulness to her solo piano playing on this CD. Stylistically, she writes memorable melodies and explores them with several varations on the theme, and uses an active left hand to present entwining […]

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