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Through the Years: Life, Love, Tears, and Laughter - Irene Runkle Smith
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2010, ISBN: 9781608447732

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Paperback. New. Paperback. The human brain consists of more than 100 billion nerve cells (neurons), which die off as people age. Until recently it was believed that these cells did not regenerate, but new scientific findings in the late nineties proved that, to the contrary, the brain has nerve cells capable of dividing and becoming healthy new cells-in fact, regenerating. This astonishing breakthrough has changed the entire landscape of brain research and treatment. And it is this newly discovered ability of the brain to restore, renew, and regenerate that Dr. Jordan K. Davis examines in The Brainpower Plan. A neuroureon who has studied the brain and has treated its dysfunctions for more than thirty years, Dr. Davis puts all the valuable information he has gleaned into this book in order to help the reader avoid the all-too-prevalent, disastrous choices that can diminish the brains power and, with it, the quality of life. He begins by outlining the brains structure and the different functions of each part, then discusses the three primary neurological diseases that can befall the brain: strokes, which he calls brain attacks, Alzheimers and other memory-impairment diseases, and Parkinsons disease. He shows how these are not the unavoidable genetic consequences of the aging process they were previously thought to be, but are, in most cases, treatable and avoidable. Dr. Davis details all the risk factors for these and other diseases and then presents his super strategies for brain health. The doctor is emphatic that optimum nutrition creates a favorable environment for the body to boost its immune system and hereby help prevent degenerative diseases of the internal organs, most critically the brain. By developing this beneficial environment, he says, people can improve not just their overall good health, but also their concentration, their energy level, their cognitive ability, their focus and awareness, and their general feeling of well-being. Justifiably convinced of the efficacy of his Brainpower plan, Dr. Jordan tells readers that, if they take the information and follow his advice, they will see the same improvement many of his patients have already seen within three weeks. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Potomac Books Inc.. Paperback. New. Paperback. 258 pages. Dimensions: 9.9in. x 6.9in. x 0.6in.In a nation that worships the automobile for the freedom, style, and status that it confers, the Indianapolis 500, run on or near Memorial Day eighty-seven times, is an annual rite of passage celebrating Americans love affair with speed. Indy recounts the drivers (677 men and 3 women) who have gone to Indianapolis in the past ninety-five years to live their dreams, staking their lives on the outcome. It highlights the faces in the crowd: hardworking Americans, tinhorn celebrities, hookers, movie stars, gate-crashers, and five American presidents. Terry Reed focuses his narrative on the tracks four quarter-mile-long turns, each the site of triumphs (including those of such multiple winners as Billy Vukovich, A. J. Foyt, and Helio Castroneves); grisly deaths (at least sixty-six, including three unrelated men of the same unusual last name who died in the same turn but in different decades); and bizarre heroics (like the sans souci French driver who downed champagne throughout the 1913 Indy 500 and still won). Reed also examines Indys confluence of racing and aeronautics (World War I flying ace Eddie Rickenbacker once owned the track) and the impact upon the event of such forces as segregation, gender politics, food, fads, publicity stunts, world-class partying, and tasteless pop culture. Indy takes readers on an entertaining, full-throttle ride through the history of one of the worlds most famous races and one of Americas most hallowed rituals. It is the definitive account of the crown jewel of American motorsports. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Potomac Books Inc., Dog Ear Publishing, LLC. Paperback. New. Paperback. 120 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.2in.In my youth, my father said to me, Dont just read about life, but LIVE it, so that others may read about you. I write because I love to write. Words fascinate me. I did not plan to write a book. As my writings became many, my granddaughter, Heather, insisted that they belonged in a book. Bless her. She worked long and hard taking care of all the details. Because of her, the book exists. The book holds my memories, observations, love, laughter, tears, and poems. It embraces a loving family, cherished friends, and faithful pets. In retrospect, it is a brief glance into my life- the way it has been the ninety-two years that I have walked this earth. And so too, to let the world know that I was here. Okay Dad -Irene Runkle Smith July 2010 I was born in 1918, on Cool Springs Farm in Ashville (Columbus), Ohio, to loving parents who raised me with high morals and values and to always respect truth and honesty. After school, I worked in the Budget Department at General Motors. My dearest role in life was wife and mother. I then worked as a postal clerk, retiring after twenty years. Norman and I enjoyed twenty years of retirement before his tragic accident and death. I started writing after I lost Norman. Any talent of mine I owe to my father. The perfect words that flowed from his pen were inspiring. Today I am independent, except for driving. I have the tender love of a beautiful family, and I am blessed and happy! I thank God every day for having had a wonderful and fulfilling life. I attribute my ninety-two years to love, laughter, and vinegar and honey. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Dog Ear Publishing, LLC

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Through the Years: Life, Love, Tears, and Laughter - Runkle Smith, Irene
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Through the Years: Life, Love, Tears, and Laughter - edizione con copertina flessibile

2010, ISBN: 9781608447732

[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: DOG EAR PUB LLC], In my youth, my father said to me, "Don't just read about life, but LIVE it, so that others may read about you". I write because I love to write. Words fascinate me. I did not plan to write a book. As my writings became many, my granddaughter, Heather, insisted that they belonged in a book. Bless her. She worked long and hard taking care of all the details. Because of her, the book exists. The book holds my memories, observations, love, laughter, tears, and poems. It embraces a loving family, cherished friends, and faithful pets. In retrospect, it is a brief glance into my life- the way it has been the ninety-two years that I have walked this earth. And so too, to let the world know that I was here. Okay Dad? -Irene Runkle Smith July 2010 I was born in 1918, on Cool Springs Farm in Ashville (Columbus), Ohio, to loving parents who raised me with high morals and values and to always respect truth and honesty. After school, I worked in the Budget Department at General Motors. My dearest role in life was wife and mother. I then worked as a postal clerk, retiring after twenty years. Norman and I enjoyed twenty years of retirement before his tragic accident and death. I started writing after I lost Norman. Any talent of mine I owe to my father. The perfect words that flowed from his pen were inspiring. Today I am independent, except for driving. I have the tender love of a beautiful family, and I am blessed and happy! I thank God every day for having had a wonderful and fulfilling life. I attribute my ninety-two years to love, laughter, and vinegar and honey. Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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Through the Years: Life, Love, Tears, and Laughter - edizione con copertina flessibile

2010, ISBN: 9781608447732

[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: DOG EAR PUB LLC], In my youth, my father said to me, "Don't just read about life, but LIVE it, so that others may read about you". I write because I love to write. Words fascinate me. I did not plan to write a book. As my writings became many, my granddaughter, Heather, insisted that they belonged in a book. Bless her. She worked long and hard taking care of all the details. Because of her, the book exists. The book holds my memories, observations, love, laughter, tears, and poems. It embraces a loving family, cherished friends, and faithful pets. In retrospect, it is a brief glance into my life- the way it has been the ninety-two years that I have walked this earth. And so too, to let the world know that I was here. Okay Dad? -Irene Runkle Smith July 2010 I was born in 1918, on Cool Springs Farm in Ashville (Columbus), Ohio, to loving parents who raised me with high morals and values and to always respect truth and honesty. After school, I worked in the Budget Department at General Motors. My dearest role in life was wife and mother. I then worked as a postal clerk, retiring after twenty years. Norman and I enjoyed twenty years of retirement before his tragic accident and death. I started writing after I lost Norman. Any talent of mine I owe to my father. The perfect words that flowed from his pen were inspiring. Today I am independent, except for driving. I have the tender love of a beautiful family, and I am blessed and happy! I thank God every day for having had a wonderful and fulfilling life. I attribute my ninety-two years to love, laughter, and vinegar and honey. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Through the Years: Life, Love, Tears, and Laughter - edizione con copertina flessibile

2010, ISBN: 9781608447732

[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: DOG EAR PUB LLC], In my youth, my father said to me, "Don't just read about life, but LIVE it, so that others may read about you". I write because I love to write. Words fascinate me. I did not plan to write a book. As my writings became many, my granddaughter, Heather, insisted that they belonged in a book. Bless her. She worked long and hard taking care of all the details. Because of her, the book exists. The book holds my memories, observations, love, laughter, tears, and poems. It embraces a loving family, cherished friends, and faithful pets. In retrospect, it is a brief glance into my life- the way it has been the ninety-two years that I have walked this earth. And so too, to let the world know that I was here. Okay Dad? -Irene Runkle Smith July 2010 I was born in 1918, on Cool Springs Farm in Ashville (Columbus), Ohio, to loving parents who raised me with high morals and values and to always respect truth and honesty. After school, I worked in the Budget Department at General Motors. My dearest role in life was wife and mother. I then worked as a postal clerk, retiring after twenty years. Norman and I enjoyed twenty years of retirement before his tragic accident and death. I started writing after I lost Norman. Any talent of mine I owe to my father. The perfect words that flowed from his pen were inspiring. Today I am independent, except for driving. I have the tender love of a beautiful family, and I am blessed and happy! I thank God every day for having had a wonderful and fulfilling life. I attribute my ninety-two years to love, laughter, and vinegar and honey. Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Runkle Smith, Irene:
Through the Years - edizione con copertina flessibile

2010, ISBN: 9781608447732

[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC], In my youth, my father said to me, "Don't just read about life, but LIVE it, so that others may read about you". I write because I love to write. Words fascinate me. I did not plan to write a book. As my writings became many, my granddaughter, Heather, insisted that they belonged in a book. Bless her. She worked long and hard taking care of all the details. Because of her, the book exists. The book holds my memories, observations, love, laughter, tears, and poems. It embraces a loving family, cherished friends, and faithful pets. In retrospect, it is a brief glance into my life- the way it has been the ninety-two years that I have walked this earth. And so too, to let the world know that I was here. Okay Dad? -Irene Runkle Smith July 2010 I was born in 1918, on Cool Springs Farm in Ashville (Columbus), Ohio, to loving parents who raised me with high morals and values and to always respect truth and honesty. After school, I worked in the Budget Department at General Motors. My dearest role in life was wife and mother. I then worked as a postal clerk, retiring after twenty years. Norman and I enjoyed twenty years of retirement before his tragic accident and death. I started writing after I lost Norman. Any talent of mine I owe to my father. The perfect words that flowed from his pen were inspiring. Today I am independent, except for driving. I have the tender love of a beautiful family, and I am blessed and happy! I thank God every day for having had a wonderful and fulfilling life. I attribute my ninety-two years to love, laughter, and vinegar and honey.Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781608447732
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1608447731
Copertina flessibile
Anno di pubblicazione: 2011
Editore: DOG EAR PUB LLC
120 Pagine
Peso: 0,172 kg
Lingua: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781608447732

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