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A psychiatry expert, who has nearly 200 published papers to his name, is on a mission to test his new theory of evidence-based flying (EBF), which he hopes will help him to achieve minimum delays and maximum upgrades.
Richard O. Davies Presents the Top Ten American Sports Rivalries
Graduation Debt: How to Manage Student Loans and Live Your Life (Wiley; 978-0-470-50689-9; March 2010) provides a step-by-step road map for effectively getting out of debt and building a successful financial life.
Lifelong Learning and Community Action for Older Adults
How to demo from chapter 14 of the book.
Pool & Billiards For Dummies® is the perfect “in” into the wonderful world of cue sports. Whether you aren’t sure which end is up on a cue stick or you’re looking to pick up some professional advice after hours at the table, this book will deliver the skill-building principles and strategic know-how to put you in total control.
MGM Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
March 4 -11, 2010 (Trade Show March 8-10, 2010)
Brian Hemmings’ and Tim Holder’s pioneering new title Applied Sport Psychology: A Case-Based Approach takes us inside these inner battles to reveal the science behind sporting success.
For those looking for simple and straightforward guidance, the second edition of Home Maintenance For Dummies (Wiley / 978-0-470-43063-7 / $21.99) provides the latest tips and advice on how to inspect, tune-up, and make repairs to every room of the house - from the basement to the attic.
As the world turns its sporting gaze towards Vancouver for the 2010 Winter Olympics, The Physiological Society journal Experimental Physiology marks the occasion with a special issue exploring the biological and environmental challenges elite winter athletes must overcome to win gold.
Half of the mothers who took part in a study thought that their obese four or five year-old was normal weight, as did 39 per cent of the fathers, according to the February issue of Acta Paediatrica.
Green Careers For Dummies® Explains the Green Economy, Helps Job Seekers Find Openings and Get Hired.
For new grads looking for employment in environmentally friendly industries or those looking for a mid-career change, Green Careers For Dummies® (Wiley Publishing, Inc.; 978-0-470-52960-7; January 2010) introduces readers to the wealth of career opportunities in the sustainable green economy.
For beginning and experienced flutists, the newly published Flute For Dummies® (Wiley; 978-0-470-48445-6; December 2009) offers insider tips and helpful advice on everything from music notation and sound production to finger technique and practice routines.
How many times have you sat in front of your PC, staring at the screen, totally unable to focus on that urgent report for your boss? Are you an old acquaintance of the Friday afternoon slump or the Monday morning trance? If we’re honest, we could all do with a bit of extra brain energy to avoid feeling ineffective and weary at times. Just as Tai Chi has been used for centuries to balance body and mind, Mind Chi, the new book by Richard Israel and Vanda North, will give you a daily routine of simple exercises to increase your mental energy.
Study Finds Caffeine in Sources other than Coffee Does Not Have Similar Effect
Have you ever wondered how different your life would be if you increased your confidence by just 10%? Bestselling motivational author, Paul McGee, has and in his latest book, Self-Confidence: The Remarkable Truth of Why a Small Change Can Make a Big Difference, he helps readers understand what confidence is, why it’s important, and how to develop it in themselves and others.
A practical guide to the learning our students need to thrive in our times
In a new book from the ubiquitous For Dummies® reference series, vegan chef and holistic nutrition expert Alexandra Jamieson, CHHC, AADP, offers two-weeks-worth of recipes and provides sound advice for those wanting to adopt a vegan lifestyle, but are unsure where to start.
An inspired read written by one of the most well-known and high-profile media personalities in Asia today. Few Asian journalists have the international profile of May Lee.
In a new study to assess patient awareness of medications prescribed during a hospital visit, 44% of patients believed they were receiving a medication they were not, and 96% were unable to recall the name of at least one medication that they had been prescribed during hospitalization. These findings are published today in the Journal of Hospital Medicine.