8 romans Blanche + 2 gratuits (no1226 à 1229 - juillet 2015): Harlequin collection Blanche

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8 romans de la collection Blanche en un seul e-book (no 1226 à 1229 – juillet 2015) !

Exceptionnel : 2 romans gratuits à retrouver dans cet e-book !

Leur mission : sauver des vies. Leur destin : trouver l’amour. Ils sont médecins avant tout. Ils sont aussi irrésistibles, courageux, charmeurs et sexy. Des héros, des vrais, dont les passions tumultueuses sauront vous faire battre le cœur comme jamais...

Un heureux bouleversement, de Carol Marinelli

Le meilleur des papas, de Marion Lennox

Un bébé à adopter, de Laura Iding

Sa femme idéale, de Louisa Heaton

Une seconde chance à saisir, de Susan Carlisle

Des retrouvailles inattendues, de Tina Beckett

Le dilemme du Dr Forrest, de Kate Hardy

Un été à Cape Town, de Anne Fraser

BONUS ! 2 romans GRATUITS inclus :

Le chirurgien italien, de Meredith Webber

Le choix de Catherine, de Fiona Lowe

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Publisher
Harlequin
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Published on
Jul 1, 2015
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Pages
1152
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ISBN
9782280342124
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Language
French
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Genres
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
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Collectif
Ouvrage Collectif
Psoriasis is a condition that is suffered by many millions of people all over the world, with various developed countries reporting incidence rates that are remarkably similar.
For instance, in the USA, the reported rate of severe psoriasis is somewhere between 2% and 3% of the population, whilst in Australia, the condition affects around 2% of the population as well.
Furthermore, it is suggested in some quarters that up to 20% of the population of the USA may have some form of psoriasis ranging from the very mild to severe, and that perhaps as many as 4.5 million people could be serious psoriasis sufferers.
On top of this, it is reported that there are 150,000 new cases of psoriasis reported every year in the USA alone, so if it is assumed that psoriasis is as prevalent in other countries as it is in the States, it clearly represents a significant problem on a global scale.
For psoriasis sufferers, there is something of a ‘good news, bad news’ paradox with which most of these people have undoubtedly already learned to live.
The good news is that, on the one hand, psoriasis is not a condition that is life threatening (although it has been suggested that the condition increases the risk of heart attack). Balanced against this however is the fact that psoriasis can bring a great deal of misery to both sufferers and their families, so it is not a condition that can be ignored.
Furthermore, because it can develop into something far more unpleasant and painful, psoriasis is a condition that sufferers have to treat.
As with any medical condition or complaint, there are many different ways of treating or dealing with psoriasis, some of which are dependent on pharmaceutical drugs whilst others are completely natural. And of course, it almost always follows that treating any medical condition naturally is the best way of doing things if such treatments are going to be appropriate and effective.
The purpose of this book is to examine what psoriasis is and what causes it in greater detail, before looking at the various different ways of treating the condition.
Armed with this information, you should be in a position to consider and decide whether using pharmaceutical drugs is a good idea for treating your own psoriasis condition or whether using 100% natural methods of treating your condition is a better idea.
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Aerobics is a great way to get into shape and burn calories. Plus, it has the benefit of not needing a lot of fancy equipment to do – you can get aerobic exercise just walking around your neighborhood. Here are some things to consider when getting ready to work up a sweat.
First it is helpful to know what type of aerobic exercises you plan on doing. Having a variety of workouts available will not only help you to use different muscle groups, but it will add variety to keep you from getting bored. That is very important when you are coming up with a workout plan to stick with. If you are a beginner, you might consider starting out with a Fitness video to try a new exercise out.
This will give you a taste of the exercise as well as show you proper techniques. Another option is to try out classes at your local gym or fitness center. That way you can borrow their equipment before you decide what you should purchase for your own home.
A lot of low- to moderate-impact exercises can be done outside of the home. Walking, for example, can be done just about anywhere and is a good calorie burner. Make sure that you wear comfortable, weather appropriate clothing and well-supportive shoes. An alternative to leaving your home is to get a treadmill. This can offer you a variety of resistances and speeds without having to worry about the weather. It can also be used for jogging if you prefer a higher-impact workout.
Swimming is a great way to get aerobic exercise, and all you need is a comfortable suit and a pool. If you are not one of the lucky ones with a swimming pool in your backyard, consider your local community pool. Many will offer “adults only” time periods where you could actually get some laps in. Others will offer water aerobics classes, which are a fun way to lose weight and perfect for those with joint problems.
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Being a skinny guy is challenging enough in a world where everyone else is at a “normal” weight, but when more than half of the people in this country are overweight it’s downright tough. Everywhere you look there are weight loss products, on TV, magazines, billboards and in every store you shop in. Fat free, low-fat, low carb...this stuff is everywhere, taunting you. The message all around you is “lose weight, lose weight”, but that’s the last thing you want to do. Most products that are designed to help people achieve their ideal body are created for people who need to lose fat and they just won’t work for you. You want to have a body like the one you see in those commercials, but somehow it seems out of reach for you.
Another downside to being a skinny guy in a fat world is that nobody understands you. It would be totally inappropriate to call an overweight person “fatty” and poke fun at them and you could probably get fired from your job if you did that at work. But, people have no problem calling you “slim” or “bony” or poking fun at you for being skinny. The name calling and joking around at your expense may be just as demeaning and hurtful, but it isn’t politically incorrect because people think that being skinny is preferable to being fat, I suppose. But, come on, not for a guy! Guys are supposed to be strong, muscular and confident, not skinny and weak. Even though it is supposedly preferable to be skinny, you can tell that even the chubby guys get more respect than you do.
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With the ever growing number of people engaging in daily meditation, it is necessary to have easy-to-follow meditation techniques which anybody can use in order to get in touch with one‟s inner-being. Likewise, there is a growing need for simple techniques among the ordinary people which they could readily use to just simply relax their mind and body as they face the grueling and monotonous daily tasks of life.
The world is not bereft of good meditation techniques. Anyone simply has to browse the net and look for the ideal technique which would readily suits one‟s meditation needs. One of these techniques is transcendental meditation which is one of the most popular meditation techniques in use right now throughout the world. This technique can be readily practiced daily by those who want to get in touch with the universal transcendental consciousness.
The name of the technique is derived from the word “transcendent” which is derived from the latin word “transcendere” which means to climb across. Transcendent in our modern idiom would simply mean “that which goes beyond.” Thus, etymologically, transcendental meditation means that the technique is designed to enable the mind to climb across or to go beyond its limits, and attune itself to the transcendent consciousness.
The first chapter of this book deals with the description of transcendental meditation. Likewise, the succeeding chapters discuss the benefits and step-by-step procedures on how to go about with transcendental meditation. Additionally, in the fourth and last chapters, the usefulness of transcendental meditation on improving works and its effectiveness in enabling a person to conquer doubts and fear will be further discussed.
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