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Philosophy, theology, religion: research and inquiry. Collaboration on projects considered. New Hampshire. email@example.com
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This paper introduces the updated and expanded 2nd edition of the book: Adaptogens: Herbs for Strength, Stamina, and Stress Relief. • Book published by Inner Traditions. 432 pages. Includes 16-page color insert illustrations of herbs. Paperback and eText. 2019. • The book explains how herbal adaptogens increase the body’s resistance to adverse infl...
This small book contains 240 short and concise writings on such topics as meaning, reality, imagination, and time. It presents ideas and insights to be mulled over and thought upon. These fragments are both philosophical and literary. As philosophical, they present ideas that question and seek depth. As literary, they can be considered complete as...
Exploration of holy imagination -- touching upon areas of spirituality, time, reality, soul, religion, scripture, memory, poetry, Shlomo Carlebach... (c) 2015 Steven L. Maimes
Judaism is the religion, philosophy and way of life of the Jewish people...Theology is the study of God and of revelation...For the Jewish believers in God, Jewish theology is alive and can and should be discussed more often.
This report was written to advance understanding of the uses and benefits of the herb holy basil (Ocimum sanctum). This version was written in 2004 and updated information is found in the book: ADAPTOGENS.
Epidemiological study of hepatitis C in New Hampshire - 2002.
Chronic hepatitis C infection can last a lifetime with no visible symptoms. For treatment purposes, it can be considered a chronic disease and like other chronic disease it can be managed over time.
Hepatitis C - Hypothesis and Discussion