Our brains are the seat of all we are. Every thought and action we perform is an output of our brain. So understandably the thought of an affliction striking the brain can be terrifying. Brain cancer is a rare but devastating form of cancer accounting for 2% of all cancer cases worldwide. Brain cancer refers… Continue reading Brain Tumor – Types, Symptoms, and Causes
A brain tumor is an abnormal growth of tissue in the brain or central spine, that is responsible for proper brain functionality. Doctors refer to a problem based on where the tumor cells originated, and whether they are cancerous (malignant) or non-cancerous (Benign) Benign-The least aggressive of the tumor is benign tumor. They originate from… Continue reading Brain Tumor Symptoms and Treatments
“I cannot think of any need in childhood as strong as the need for a father’s protection.” – Sigmund Freud. Remember the days as a child, when you used to wait for games your father to be back home in the evening? When you would jump into his arms share your day’s exploits with him?… Continue reading Saying “Happy Father’s Day” in Different Languages
If there is one important feature of advanced French grammar that is rarely mastered by adult learners, it is what is called the subjunctive mood. Many English-speakers of very fluent French simply never get the hang of it. What is the subjunctive mood? Often mistakenly called a tense, the subjunctive mood or mode is a… Continue reading Advanced French – How To Master The Dreaded Subjunctive
When I was only about six or seven years old, the local chief of police was a bodybuilder. We lived not too far from the police station and in the summer time, I could watch him train in the backyard of the station. I was very impressed with his physique so I asked my dad… Continue reading We Are All Role Models – Small Eyes Are Watching You
Speaking in public is stressful enough; doing it in two languages is even more so. Once the word gets out that you are very fluent in French, you will probably be asked at some point to emcee a bilingual event. There are many kinds of events that require the services of an emcee. The most… Continue reading Speaking Advanced French – How to Emcee an Event in French
The Fed has analyzed the economy, and they have spoken…and coughed and choked and has set us forth upon a path once again lined with money. Mine, yours, and all they could borrow from our children. Six hundred billion more this time around, but this time will be different they say, and this time its… Continue reading Advantages of a Patient Registry in the Primary Care Setting
G.I. Gurdjieff, (January 13, 1866 – October 29, 1949), was an Armenian – Greek mystic, a teacher of sacred dances and a Spiritual teacher. His work is called, “The Work,” and it is referred to as the fourth way. I will take some of Gurdjieff’s teachings and update them using the Laws of Quantum Physics.… Continue reading Tax Time is Here – Stop Guessing!
What does it really take to have true health and fitness? Be assured that is much more than what you are being told! But…in the real world you have to start somewhere! We certainly understand that the majority of “searchers” are completely frustrated by the myriad of conflicting health, diet and exercise sites out there.… Continue reading Online MLM Marketing Headquarters – Your Website and Your Blog
Doesn’t it make sense, our nation, and its citizens, would be better – served, and represented, by leaders, who made their decisions, in a manner, which, consistently, balanced the finest aspects of both, their logical, and emotional components, in a head/ heart balance? How can anyone make the right decisions, consistently, unless/ until, he studies,… Continue reading Why SCIENCE And Data Matters Most?