“Be Youthful: Look Good, Feel Great – and Remain Young at Any Age,” Dr. Shino Bay Aguilera’s most recent publication in English, was just published in Spanish and is available on Amazon.com, through barnesandnoble.com, and electronically for Kindle. In addition, major bookstores in the United States can provide home delivery for individual orders.
The book provides insights and tips on the perfect ways to renew and restore your mind, body and, spirit – and describes what it means to actually be “youthful.” Dr. Shino Bay Aguilera is a world-renowned cosmetic and clinical dermatologist and the owner of the Shino Bay Cosmetic Dermatology, Plastic Surgery & Laser Institute. He is known as the #1 injector of Sculptra® in the United States and as the preferred choice of celebrities and public figures. Dr. Aguilera, originally from Panama and a former clothing model, became intrigued by people’s everlasting pursuit of the “fountain of youth” through his consultations. “Be Youthful” explores the many ways to clinically appear youthful, but also details his personal journey about the pursuit of happiness, peace, and self-confidence, which all lead to beauty.
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This song and video will probably be most appreciated by fellow musicians. Especially those who do programming. This was one of my first experimental songs that I tried out on FL 5 out back in 2005. It was my 3rd composition. This dates back farther than anything that I've previously uploaded to Youtube. This baby was my prototype that laid down the ground work for the simpler projects that I perform now. I wasn't even singing at that time yet. At least not solo. I did however lay down 100 vocal tracks of "Ahs" and mixed them down to 1 track on this 400 track project.
My first goal was to compose an original European style song and learn how to do so on this new program. I decided to use my imagination and give it a live concert sound. For this, I uploaded a lot of various audience sound effects from Limewire. I added my own whistling which I'm sure that my neighbors appreciated. What I amazed myself with was how I was able to take the stock FL hand claps which are usually dry for rap music and transform them into a concert sounding audience clapping, most notably on the drum solo which was another adventure in itself. I cloned as many hand clap that I needed to emulate the sound and altered their pitch and offset their timing for a more human sounding crowd effect.
Knowing that I would want to be very versatile with my percussion work, I figured that a drum solo would be the best way for me to test my potential. I've personally have never heard anything like this on a program like FL or any other virtual program. Normally if I intend to upload an older project, I'll upgrade and replace the older sounds with the better sounds that I use now but I've decided to leave this one exactly the way I had left it...Cobwebs and all. Besides, I have no idea as to how I actually came up with this stuff. It looks like an endless maze of tracks. As far as the video goes....I took out my camera and snapped a few back yard shots. My back yard is beautiful at this time of year.
The Indexed Annuity Leadership Council (IALC) today unveiled a new initiative that examines the widely varying retirement experience in the United States.
The project, the Changing Face of Retirement in America, is a comprehensive look at modern expectations for retirement and provides regional narratives that show what retirement means for individuals across the country and the economic spectrum, highlighting the impact financial planning can have on retirement.
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AARP Travel, a valuable resource for America's 76 million baby boomers who spend over $120 billion annually in leisure travel, today announced new insights into Multi-Generational family vacations (www.aarp.org/multigenvacation) - trips that include three generations or more, such as kids, parents, aunts/uncles and grandparents all traveling to one destination to vacation together.
The new research conducted by AARP Travel of people 45 and older offers valuable insights into multi-generational vacations including why families are going, where they're going, what they do on these family vacations, the challenges to plan them and why they create memories of a lifetime. AARP is also giving away a family vacation for six for an Alaskan cruise, Grand Canyon adventure, or Hawaiian getaway to one lucky sweepstakes winner. A daily prize drawing is also held and each day one winner will receive a gift card. Visit http://www.aarp.org/travelsweeps to participate in the sweepstakes.
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A recent Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) survey found that nearly 60 percent of American adults have not practiced what to do in a disaster by participating in a disaster drill or preparedness exercise at work, school, or home in the past year. Further, only 39 percent of respondents have developed an emergency plan and discussed it with their household. This is despite the fact that 80 percent of Americans live in counties that have been hit with a weather-related disaster since 2007, as reported by the Washington Post. With the number and severity of weather-related disasters on the rise, the America’s PrepareAthon! is an opportunity for individuals, organizations, and communities to take action to prepare for specific hazards through group discussions, drills, and exercises.
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Wire Cable Support is Seen Moving Above The Astronaut's Backpack in The Nevada Fake Moon Bay
This video as you see it, is located for download at NASA site:
Apollo 16 Video Library
Journal Text: 125:22:39
NASA did redacted editing & cleaning up of the text, to cover what they really said in the written records of the Astronauts conversations.
ALL NASA FOOTAGE USED IN THIS FILM IS PUBLIC DOMAIN. THE USE OF ANY COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL IS USED UNDER THE GUIDELINES OF "FAIR USE" IN TITLE 17 § 107 OF THE UNITED STATES CODE. SUCH MATERIAL REMAINS THE COPYRIGHT OF THE ORIGINAL HOLDER AND IS USED HERE FOR THE PURPOSES OF EDUCATION, COMPARISON, AND CRITICISM ONLY. NO INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT IS INTENDED.
Click: http://www.melogia.com New Folk Indie Top 40 song "What If I Never See You Again" by Sarantos.
Questions that will run through one's mind as they deal with the death of a parent are too numerous to list. Sarantos knows this firsthand since his father passed away after a long, hard fought battle with lung cancer. Sarantos captures the essence of this frustration and exasperation one sleepless night and this folk song was born. The song, melody, rhythm and length fit the mood and feel of this tortured night.
33% of any music-related sales profits from this song are going straight to The National Center For Fathering.
Everyday Health, Inc. (NYSE: EVDY), today announced the launch of the What to Expect Pregnancy Clock Apple Watch™ app. Everyday Health, Inc. is a leading digital health and wellness company that operates the digital assets of What to Expect, Heidi Murkoff’s world-renowned pregnancy and parenting brand.
Designed specifically for the Apple Watch, the What to Expect Pregnancy Clock delivers a pregnancy countdown (to the second) – with weekly updates and visual growth milestones to track progress, actionable tips and notifications synchronized to the baby’s growth and development, and other relevant pregnancy information on demand. All of this gives expectant parents-to-be convenient, personalized, and discreet access to essential information about their baby’s development.
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What makes a good death? Many people prefer not to think about death in their day-to-day lives. For most people, a good death means being physically comfortable, at peace in your own home, enjoying as many moments as possible with loved ones doing the things you love to do up until the very end. A good death is possible with hospice care.
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Booking.com, the world’s number one accommodation site, today unveils The Booking’s Best Awards – an exclusive award that goes to only 260 accommodations out of a possible 600,000 - as decided by over 40 million real, relevant and recent customer reviews. Whether it’s the tastiest breakfast, an off the beaten track stay or just plain value for money, the Booking’s Best Awards recognise that it’s the little things that can make or break a holiday.
“We know that accommodation can make or break a trip. With the incredible insight gained from the extensive number of guest reviews on our site, we are able to identify what it is that makes an accommodation unique, what adds that extra sparkle to a guest’s stay,’’ explains Pepijn Rijvers, Chief Marketing Officer of Booking.com. “We are so proud to work with our Booking’s Best awarded accommodations to give travellers the most unique and incredible experiences. Being called ‘Booking’s Best’ is an indication of quality that can be completely trusted as it comes directly from our verified guest reviews.’’
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