Rage Against Age is bursting at the seams with time-proven medical information on how to become "young" again -- no matter your age! Between the covers of this book is page after page of surprising and intriguing physiological information on the aging process and how we can postpone and even reverse it! Rage Against Age will bring you up to speed on the most reliable and time-honored ways you can help protect and rejuvenate your youthfulness. Even today, at the age of 83, Frank Covino has the powerful body and keen mind that men half his age only dream of. Now you too can revitalize your physique so that you look and feel younger, stronger, and more attractive. Everything you need to strengthen your body and improve your health is right here in Rage Against Age! Rage against Age tells you... what your mainsream physician hasn't told you about...Growth Hormone / Melatonin / Testosterone / Viagra / Pregnenalone / DHEA / Norandrostenediol / Thyrod / Estrogen and the right way to diet and exercise! Page after page gives you age-reversing tips and techniques to achieve your goal. Readers interested in related titles from Frank Covino or Charles Anderson will also want to see: Controlled Painting (ISBN: 9781626542815).
This wide-ranging study looks at how the ageing process has alternately been figured in and excluded from twentieth-century French literature, philosophy and psychoanalysis. It espouses a critical interdisciplinarity and calls into question the assumptions underlying much research into ageing in the social sciences, work in which the negative aspects of growing older are almost invariably suppressed. It offers a major reappraisal of Simone de Beauvoir's great but neglected late treatise, La Vieillesse, and presents the first substantial discussion of a lost documentary film about old age in which Beauvoir appears and which she helped to write, PROMENADE AU PAYS DE LA VIEILLESSE. Questioning Beauvoir's own rather reductive reading of Gide's work on old age, this study analyses the way in which his Journaland Ainsi soit-ilexperiment with a range of representational models for the senescent subject. The encounter between psychoanalysis and ageing is framed by a reading of Violette Leduc's autobiographical trilogy, in which she suggests that psychoanalysis, to its detriment, simply cannot allow ageing to signify. This claim is tested in a critical survey of recent theoretical and clinical work by psychoanalysts interested in ageing in France, the UK and the US. Lastly, Hervé Guibert's recently republished photo-novel about his elderly great-aunts, Suzanne et Louise, is examined as a work of intergenerational empathy and is found, in addition, to be an important statement of his photographic aesthetic. Navigating between the extremes of fury ('age rage') and serene acceptance ('going gently'), this study aims throughout to examine the role which ageing plays in formal, as well as thematic, terms in writing the life of the subject.
Coming of Age is a seriocomic account of the adventures of Harold Square, MD. When he retires from the practice of medicine, Square undertakes a quest for a spirituality that he hopes will bring him the inner peace to cope with the aging process and his eventual mortality. What follows is a series of picaresque encounters through which he eventually comes of age in spite of himself.
"Rage Against the Machine has been kicking against the system since 1992- and selling millions of records on the way. Never preaching or earnest, the four-piece band melded the attitude of rap with the sound of metal and found a winning formula with songs that discuss issues as wide-ranging as the Mexican zapatista struggle, America's militaristic foreign policy and institutionalised racism of governments. Their confrontational style is a key theme of Joel McIver's frank biography, combing the enthusiasm of a fan with a willingness to explore the serious issues at the heat of Rage's political message. Then, in 2009, RATM achieved the impossible by defeating Simon Cowell and his X factor contestant Joe McElderry to the position of UK Christmas number one. Thanks to a social media campaign by fans "Killing in the name" a song from their 1992 debut album, hit the top and won them thousands of new fans"-- Back cover.
Rage Against The Machine is one of the most prominant and politically active bands on the music scene today. Music Journalist and Biographer Colin Devenish delves into the interworkings of the band to discover what makes them so successful with their diverse fan base. They sell millions of copies of their CD's and have had #1 hits. They are also very politically and enviornmentally concious, with an educated fan base. They really are a band of substance, but the most important thing about Rage Against The Machine is that they rock!
This issue of Endocrinology Clinics brings the reader up to date on the important advances in research surrounding acute diabetic complications. Guest edited by Leonid Poretsky and Eliana Liao, the topics covered include retinopathy, neuropathy, gastrointestinal complications, diabetic foot, dental complications, dermatologic complications, and more.
Peter Hitchens lost faith as a teenager. But eventually finding atheism barren, he came by a logical process to his current affiliation to an unmodernised belief in Christianity. Hitchens describes his return from the far political left. Familiar with British left-wing politics, it was travelling in the Communist bloc that first undermined and replaced his leftism, a process virtually completed when he became a newspaper's resident Moscow correspondent in 1990, just before the collapse of the Communist Party. He became convinced of certain propositions. That modern western social democratic politics is a form of false religion in which people try to substitute a social conscience for an individual one. That utopianism is actively dangerous. That liberty and law are attainable human objectives which are also the good by-products of Christian faith. Faith is the best antidote to utopianism, dismissing the dangerous idea of earthly perfection, discouraging people from acting as if they were God, encouraging people to act in the belief that there is a God and an ordered, purposeful universe, governed by an unalterable law.
Kern "Wolf-Eye" and his Men of the Wolves continue their war against the Vanir raiders. But innocents are paying the price for the Wolves' actions as the Vanir pillage and burn one village after another. Only by uniting the Cimmerian clans under one banner—and one army—will Kern be able to rid the land of the Vanir once and for all.
Since 1900, the average life expectancy in the developed world has almost doubled, from 45 to 80. “We are almost a new species,” declared the English writer V.S. Pritchett, while pointing out that this means “most of us have to face the prospect of a long old age before we die.” Pritchett is one of five great writers—along with Stanley Kunitz, Doris Lessing, Mavis Gallant and Russell Baker—whose novels, short stories, poems and essays about old age, written in old age, are examined in this book. Born between 1900 (Pritchett) and 1925 (Baker), these writers are members of the first generation of the 20th century, and of the first generation of writers able to write about old age from experience. In their later works we read about growing old as reported by the old, not as imagined by the young and middle-aged. They wrote about old age not as a discrete stage of life, but as a continuation—another context in which to pursue the themes of their earlier poems, novels, stories and essays. And those who had written about love—a central theme of fiction and poetry—now wrote about love in old age.
The 70 years of late Stuart and early Hanoverian Britain following 1680 were a crucial period in British politics and society, seeing the growth both of political parties and of stability. This collection of original essays provides a coherent account of Britain in the 'First Age of Party'.
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Increasingly world religious traditions present not just an intellectual or apologetic challenge to Christians but a daily encounter, a source of religious practices, and even live religious options. How are Christians to relate to these traditions and the neighbors and friends who live by them? This lively and engaging book is a great resource for faithful wrestling with the new realities. Led by theologian John B. Cobb Jr. and historian Ward M. McAfee, the Progressive Christians Uniting has distilled the historical and existential import of both Abrahamic and other traditions and stressed the differences among traditions and the richness they can afford Christian self-understanding. Includes study materials.
After a bitter dispute with his father, Billy Riker left town ten years ago with no intentions of returning. His only sorrow was leaving his grandmother behind. Age and maturity crept up on him, so he heads home to Hayton County eager to see his grandmother and give his life a do-over. Maybe he should have stayed away. Billy stumbles into a thief's den and ends up in a dark place with two bullet holes in him-and no one, but the person who put him there, knows where he is.Rush Bizner is no stranger to pain. As a career soldier he's seen and felt plenty of it. But now, he also feels the physical pain of victims in serious trouble. This time it's bullets in the thigh and shoulder. As the Creepers-dark shadows stalking the near dead-drift closer to the grave of a victim's relative in the cemetery next to his home, Rush once again enlists the help of Brody Rhodes and Helena Page to find the victim before death claims its victory.
Increasingly, the religious practices people engage in and the ways they talk about what is meaningful or sacred take place in the context of media culture—in the realm of the so-called secular. Focusing on this intersection of the sacred and the secular, this volume gathers together the work of media experts, religious historians, sociologists of religion, and authorities on American studies and art history. Topics range from Islam on the Internet to the quasi-religious practices of Elvis fans, from the uses of popular culture by the Salvation Army in its early years to the uses of interactive media technologies at the Simon Wiesenthal Center's Beit Hashoah Museum of Tolerance. The issues that the essays address include the public/private divide, the distinctions between the sacred and profane, and how to distinguish between the practices that may be termed "religious" and those that may not.
You have never met an (ex) FBI agent like Brigid Quinn "Keeping secrets, telling lies, they require the same skill. Both become a habit, almost an addiction, that's hard to break even with the people closest to you, out of the business. For example, they say never trust a woman who tells you her age; if she can't keep that secret, she can't keep yours. I'm fifty-nine." Brigid Quinn's experiences in hunting sexual predators for the FBI have left her with memories she wishes she didn't have and lethal skills she hopes never to need again. Having been pushed into early retirement by events she thinks she's put firmly behind her, Brigid keeps telling herself she is settling down nicely in Tucson with a wonderful new husband, Carlo, and their dogs. But the past intervenes when a man named Floyd Lynch confesses to the worst unsolved case of Brigid's career—the disappearance and presumed murder of her young protégée, Jessica. Floyd knows things about that terrible night that were never made public, and offers to lead the cops to Jessica's body in return for a plea bargain. It should finally be the end of a dark chapter in Brigid's life. Except...the new FBI agent on the case, Laura Coleman, thinks the confession is fake, and Brigid finds she cannot walk away from violence and retribution after all, no matter what the cost. With a fiercely original and compelling voice, Becky Masterman's Rage Against the Dying marks the heart-stopping debut of a brilliant new thriller writer.
It’s a time of passion and confusion. Virtue is barely holding down its petticoats. People are bursting their corsets with unbridled desire. It’s 1885, and the typewriter and the suffrage movement are sending things topsy-turvy. In the midst of it all, five ambitious New Women and one Newish Man struggle to find their way. Miss Mary Barfoot runs a school for secretaries with her young lover, Miss Rhoda Nunn. But when the Misses Madden – spinsters Virginia and Alice and beautiful young Monica – arrive, along with the attractive Dr. Everard Barfoot, things can never be the same. Age of Arousal is a lavish, sexy, frenetic ensemble piece about the forbidden and gloriously liberated self – genre-busting, rule-bending, and ambitiously original.
This revised edition of The Development of Aggression in Early Childhood presents anew the author's "multi-trends theory of aggression," with the addition of a two-part preface that provides an overview of the multitudinous theories of aggression in psychoanalytic thought and a discussion of the clinical applications-with clinical case examples-of his theory.