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« claireroth wrote on Saturday, May 01 at 04:58 PM »
As a very happy Jeep Wrangler owner for 13 years (1992 Wrangler) I applaud this article. I used to tell my friends "See how Jeep drivers are always smiling? They smile because they KNOW"
I still mourn my jeep that died in Katrina :-(
« SusanPhariss wrote on Friday, Apr 30 at 12:03 PM »
People who are looking for a drug-free alternative for ADD/ADHD treatment should research Rhythmic Movement Training. Developed by Swedish psychiatrist Dr. Harald Blomberg (www.HaraldBlomberg.com), RMT has been used successfully to treat ADD with or without hyperactivity and other developmental disabilities for over 25 years in Europe, but it was only introduced into the USA four years ago. You can read more about it at http://www.BrainFitnessStrategies.com.
Based on the developmental movements infants make in their first year of life, RMT builds new neural pathways, improving communication between different parts of the brain. The exercises are simple, easy, require no equipment, can be done anywhere, and take only 20 minutes a day. RMT is effective for people of any age. Basically, you are “re-booting” your brain with the software that was originally installed!
If a person has only ADD or ADHD, with no other brain abnormalities, symptoms of ADD/ADHD will disappear after only three months of doing RMT movements for 20 minutes per day. We have seen clients make dramatic improvements in only six weeks of doing daily movements.
At this time, there are only eleven certified RMT consultants in North and South America and you can find them at http://www.RhythmicMovement.com.
« wdm1189 wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 10:07 PM »
hahaha that is awesome. where did you find the people that didnt get a laugh out of it? auburn is not a military base, it is a college town.
« mcmase18 wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 07:40 PM »
Textbookstop.com has partner with Tiger Rags to allow Auburn students textbook rentals at www.textbookstop.com/auburn. Students can go online and get all the books they need and return them to tiger rags when they are done. Also Tiger Rags will be buying back textbooks all year. They don't buy on quota and offer one price for the entire buyback regardless of how many bought.
« akeeshan wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 06:59 PM »
Guess we forgot how to have a sense of humor while we were in college.
« oskigirl87 wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 05:30 PM »
Even actually just found the BEST self tanner! its super natural color, and doesnt have that horrible Self tanning smell! Just try it and you will be as hooked as I am
Check it out on:
because they dont distribute to drug or department stores- only online
« AccuracyPlease wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 03:32 PM »
Headline should read: Alabama Legislature Overrides Veto, Allows Stronger Wine Sales. Congress is that group in Washington, D.C.
« lsmith79 wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 11:43 AM »
Please note the rental return date is actually the LAST day of finals, not the first, May 11. Students have until this time to return their retnal books with no penalty. Finals is also the best time to sell back any books a student has purchased.
« 4moreresearch wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 10:45 AM »
FYI: As a matter of established fact and legal record, the Muslim Students Association is a Muslim Brotherhood organization with the following, self-stated aims: "The process of settlement is a "Civilization-Jihadist Process" with all the word means. The Ikhwan [Muslim Brotherhood] must understand that their work in America is a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within and "sabotaging" its miserable house by their hands and the hands of the believers so that it is eliminated and God's religion is made victorious over all other religions. Without this level of understanding, we are not up to this challenge and have not prepared ourselves for Jihad yet. It is a Muslim's destiny to perform Jihad and work wherever he is and wherever he lands until the final hour comes, and there is no escape from that destiny except for those who chose to slack."
Look it up, pg. 18, e.g., here to confirm: http://www.nefafoundation.org/miscellaneous/HLF/Akram_GeneralStrategicGoal.pdf
More documented evidence from the HLF trial: http://www.nefafoundation.org/hlfdocs.html
« jglennon wrote on Thursday, Apr 29 at 10:24 AM »
Getting enough rest is essential. Drugs may provide a short-term burst, but long-term retention does not necessarily occur.
We used Play Attention (www.playattention.com) to work with students who wished to achieve peak performance or who had attention problems. It's cognitive science and behavioral shaping.
Meds seems to be a very short-term approach, but I doubt Einstein would have used them to develop the Theory of Relativity.
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