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87 Post Chemotherapy Juice and Meal Recipes: Get Stronger and Feel More Vitality With These Nutrient Rich Ingredients By Joe Correa CSN
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87 Post Chemotherapy Juice and Meal Recipes: Get Stronger and Feel More Vitality with These Nutrient Rich Ingredients By Joe Correa CSN Chemotherapy can be exhausting and recovering should be your... More > number 1 priority. After you've finished with chemotherapy, there is one important issue that still remains in your life: how to improve your overall health in the best possible way and enjoy the life ahead of you. No matter what your age and gender, the key to a healthier life lies in a few basic things: a balanced, diet, exercise, and maintaining a healthy body weight. But, the first and most important thing is a balanced diet. That's the base for a strong recovery after you have dealt with your condition. In order to help you maintain a balanced diet rich in vitamins, proteins, fibers, etc., I have created a collection of meal and juice recipes that will give you a quick and easy solution for eating healthy during the post-chemotherapy period.< Less
Man of Two Worlds By Ray Grasshoff
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A frequently unexplored topic in stories of German and other immigrants to America is the effect of their move on friends and family who were left behind. Man of Two Worlds provides significant... More > insights into that issue. In 1854, Wilhelm F. Kempe, 26, and his sister Auguste, 20, left their native Kingdom of Saxony in Europe for a new home in Texas. Remaining in Saxony were their aging, widowed father and a 10-year-old sister and an 8-year-old brother -- people who struggled for decades to reconcile their lives in the Old World with that of their relatives in the New World. Their letters to Wilhelm tell, often painfully, of the emotional toll this disruption took on the lives of family and friends who remained in the Fatherland. As the only connection betwen his family in Europe and his family in America, Wilhelm carried the weight of both. Over half a century he coped with all of their needs, as well as the Civil War and the desires of others who wanted to leave Europe and join him in Texas.< Less
Man of Two Worlds By Ray Grasshoff
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A frequently unexplored topic in stories of German and other immigrants to America is the effect of their move on friends and family who were left behind. Man of Two Worlds provides significant... More > insights into that issue. In 1854, Wilhelm F. Kempe, 26, and his sister Auguste, 20, left their native Kingdom of Saxony in Europe for a new home in Texas. Remaining in Saxony were their aging, widowed father and a 10-year-old sister and an 8-year-old brother -- people who struggled for decades to reconcile their lives in the Old World with that of their relatives in the New World. Their letters to Wilhelm tell, often painfully, of the emotional toll this disruption took on the lives of family and friends who remained in the Fatherland. As the only connection betwen his family in Europe and his family in America, Wilhelm carried the weight of both. Over half a century he coped with all of their needs, as well as the Civil War and the desires of others who wanted to leave Europe and join him in Texas.< Less
Cancers In Young Adults By Victor Uche
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Cancer also known as a malignant tumor or malignantneoplasm, is a group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth with the potential to invade or spread to other... More > parts of the body. Not all tumors are cancerous; benign tumors do not spread to other parts of the body. Possible signs and symptoms include: a new lump, abnormal bleeding, a prolonged cough, unexplained weight loss, and a change in bowel movements among others.[3] While these symptoms may indicate cancer, they may also occur due to other issues There are over 100 different known cancers that affect humans. Tobacco use is the cause of about 22% of cancer deaths. Another 10% is due to obesity, a poor diet, lack of physical activity, and consumption of alcohol. Other factors include certain infections, exposure to ionizing radiation, and environmental pollutants. In the developing world nearly 20% of cancers are due to infections such as hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and human papillomavirus (HPV). These factors act, at least partly.< Less
For the Love of Color: A Meditative Exploration of Color Through Design By Rebecca E. Loechler
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Sometimes it’s good to get lost in a completely different world. With that in mind, an artist and illustrator shares twenty unique, single sided, full-page images that encourage reflection,... More > self-expression, and inner peace. Rebecca Loechler is a self-taught artist who intertwines personal flair with a unique exploration of many themes including animals, places, mandalas and more. Loechler also shares the story of her personal chronic health struggles and its connection with her artwork. *COLORING MATERIAL RECOMMENDATIONS* The paper in the book is relatively light weight. Colored pencils, alcohol based markers/pens (Sharpies, Copic Markers, Prismacolor Markers,etc.), and Gel pens work best. Water based markers (water soluble markers such as Crayola markers, Tombow dual tip art markers, etc.) can raise and smudge the printed ink. Permanent markers will bleed through the page, but as long as you lay a sheet of paper under the page you are coloring to protect the following image, it isn’t an issue.< Less
For the Love of Color: A Meditative Exploration of Color Through Design By Rebecca E. Loechler
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Sometimes it’s good to get lost in a completely different world. With that in mind, an artist and illustrator shares twenty unique, single sided, full-page images that encourage reflection,... More > self-expression, and inner peace. Rebecca Loechler is a self-taught artist who intertwines personal flair with a unique exploration of many themes including animals, places, mandalas and more. Loechler also shares the story of her personal chronic health struggles and its connection with her artwork. *COLORING MATERIAL RECOMMENDATIONS: The paper in the book is relatively light weight. Colored pencils, alcohol based markers/pens (Sharpies, Copic Markers, Prismacolor Markers,etc.), and Gel pens work best. Water based markers (water soluble markers such as Crayola markers, Tombow dual tip art markers, etc.) can raise and smudge the printed ink. Permanent markers will bleed through the page, but as long as you lay a sheet of paper under the page you are coloring to protect the following image, it isn’t an issue.< Less

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