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The 100 Best Ways to Stop Aging and Stay Young
19 August 2013

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The 100 Best Ways to Stop Aging and Stay Young
English | ISBN: 1592334490 | 2011 | EPUB/MOBI | 240 pages | 19 MB

There is plenty of hype and hoax when it comes to anti-aging and longevity remedies. The 100 Best Ways to Stop Aging and Stay Young offers safe, credible, effective strategies backed up by scientific research. You'll find 100 simple, action-oriented nutritional, exercise, and lifestyle tips that address all aspects of aging from wrinkles, fatigue, and slowing metabolism to strategies for keeping brain, bones, and heart healthy and strong. Most methods take 10 minutes or less.
Mental Aerobics: 75 Ways to Keep Your Brain Fit
5 March 2012

Mental Aerobics: 75 Ways to Keep Your Brain Fit

Mental Aerobics: 75 Ways to Keep Your Brain Fit
178 Pages | ISBN: 0687073227 , 0687496411 | PDF | 0.9 MB

Barbara Bruce provides 75 ways to keep our brains fit and reasons for doing so. She includes "Brain Breaks" throughout that offer the reader opportunities to do fun, stimulating, and challenging brain exercises.The book can be used as a resource for the reader; for aging parents, relatives, or friends; for a church's ministry to aging adults; for community programs; or in other ways that are limited only by the reader's ingenuity and imagination.
TTC Video - Sensation, Perception, Aging Process [ 25 AVI - 1 PDF ]
29 October 2014

TTC Video - Sensation, Perception, Aging Process [ 25 AVI - 1 PDF ]

TTC Video - Sensation, Perception, Aging Process [ 25 AVI - 1 PDF ]
English | Size: 1.57 GB
Category: Tutorial

Why is it that we react to the world the way we do, not only in similar ways—turning our heads in the direction of a tap on the shoulder or a sudden movement in our peripheral vision, for example—but often in dramatically different ways as well?
TTC - Sensation, Perception, and the Aging Process
4 January 2011

TTC - Sensation, Perception, and the Aging Process

TTC - Sensation, Perception, and the Aging Process
English | Video: mpeg4, yuv420p, 448x336, 29.97 fps(r), 1070 kb/s | Audio: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 112 kb/s | 24lects, 30mins/lect | 5.46 GB
Genre: Video Training, eLearning

Why is it that we react to the world the way we do, not only in similar ways—turning our heads in the direction of a tap on the shoulder or a sudden movement in our peripheral vision, for example—but often in dramatically different ways as well?
TTC - Sensation, Perception, and the Aging Process
3 January 2011

TTC - Sensation, Perception, and the Aging Process
TTC - Sensation, Perception, and the Aging Process
English | Video: mpeg4, yuv420p, 448x336, 29.97 fps(r), 1070 kb/s | Audio: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 112 kb/s | 24lects, 30mins/lect | 5.46 GB
Genre: Video Training, eLearning

Why is it that we react to the world the way we do, not only in similar ways—turning our heads in the direction of a tap on the shoulder or a sudden movement in our peripheral vision, for example—but often in dramatically different ways as well?
Mental Aerobics: 75 Ways to Keep Your Brain Fit
5 March 2012

Mental Aerobics: 75 Ways to Keep Your Brain Fit

Mental Aerobics: 75 Ways to Keep Your Brain Fit

2004 | 178 | ISBN: 0687073227 , 0687496411 | PDF | 0.9 Mb

Barbara Bruce provides 75 ways to keep our brains fit and reasons for doing so. She includes "Brain Breaks" throughout that offer the reader opportunities to do fun, stimulating, and challenging brain exercises. The book can be used as a resource for the reader; for aging parents, relatives, or friends; for a church's ministry to aging adults; for community programs; or in other ways that are limited only by the reader's ingenuity and imagination....
Does Aging Stop?
22 December 2011

Does Aging Stop?

Does Aging Stop?

2011 | 224 | ISBN: 0199754225 | PDF | 3 Mb

Does Aging Stop? reveals the most paradoxical finding of recent aging research: the cessation of demographic aging. The authors show that aging stops at the level of the individual organism, and explain why evolution allows this. The implications of this counter-intuitive conclusion are profound, and aging research now needs to accept three uncomfortable truths. First, aging is not a cumulative physiological process. Second, the fundamental theory that is required to explain, manipulate, and probe the phenomena of aging comes from evolutionary biology. Third, strong-inference experimental strategies for aging must be founded in evolutionary research, not cell or molecular biology. ...
Encyclopedia of Health and Aging
23 October 2011

Encyclopedia of Health and Aging

Encyclopedia of Health and Aging

2007 | 680 | ISBN: 141290949X | PDF | 9 Mb

Edited by the founder of the Journal on Aging and Health, this encyclopedia contains more than 200 A–Z entries on a broad range of topics related to health and aging. As outlined in the "Reader's Guide," entries cover "Aging and the Brain," "Diseases and Medical Conditions," " Drug-Related Issues," "Mental Health and Psychology," "Nutritional Issues," and "Systems of Care," to name a few. A number of entries cover health and aging in specific countries or regions, among them Canada, Europe, and Mexico. In the introduction, the editor points out that the encyclopedia is aimed at researchers, students, and practitioners and is unique in its focus on health. In comparison with more thorough and academic texts, such as the Encyclopedia of Aging (Springer, 2006), one will find that Encyclopedia of Health and Aging is written in nontechnical terms and contains more international and cultural entries. Entries vary in length from two paragraphs to a few pages. At the conclusion of each entry is a short listing of "Further Readings and References" that, though briefer than those found in more academic texts, contains up-to-date research findings. The appendix provides a listing of 45 annotated online resources on health and aging, most of which are well-known Web sites and not as exhaustive as the National Institute on Aging database. This encyclopedia is suitable for public libraries that are just starting a collection in the area of aging or organizations that want a concise text written in layman's terms. It is not a necessary purchase for academic libraries that already have core texts, such as the Encyclopedia of Aging....
Digital Tutors - Detailing and Aging Props in Mudbox
18 May 2010

Digital Tutors - Detailing and Aging Props in Mudbox

Digital Tutors - Detailing and Aging Props in Mudbox

English | VP6F 782x646 | MP3 96 Kbps | 282 MB

Genre: eLearning


In this course we will look at a variety of techniques for adding detail and age to objects in Mudbox.



When creating assets in Mudbox, there are a number of things we can do to add realism to the models. Using a chair as an example, we'll learn how to use sculpting tools to add important details to the cushions like seams, wrinkles, folds, and buttons. We will also explore different ways of adding age and patterns of use into the chair. Then we will paint aged and worn textures and look at ways we can add wear and age to existing texture maps. Upon completion, you'll have a better understanding of some the things that you can do to add realism to your models in Mudbox.

Sensation, Perception, and the Aging Process (DVDRip)
10 October 2014

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Sensation, Perception, and the Aging Process
24xDVDRip | AVI/DivX, ~936 kb/s | 448x336 | Duration: 12:09:38 | English: MP3, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | 5.45 GB
Genre: Science

Why is it that we react to the world the way we do, not only in similar ways—turning our heads in the direction of a tap on the shoulder or a sudden movement in our peripheral vision, for example—but often in dramatically different ways as well?