Es gibt viele Gründe, eine Sprache schnell zu lernen. Egal, ob geschäftliche Gründe oder persönliche Angelegenheiten ausschlaggebend dafür sind, dass Sie eine Sprache schnellstens lernen möchten, es gibt einige bewährte Methoden, mit denen Sie Ihre Fortschritte optimieren können. Wir haben einige unserer Teammitglieder um Tipps für das schnelle Lernen einer Sprache gebeten. Unter ihren Ratschlägen befindet sich alles, vom eigenständigen Lernen bis hin zum richtigen Sprachkurs.

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I knew without a doubt that it was the same presence I had felt in the garden as a child and things were okay. – Rifqa Bary

Roman Catholic mysticism, long abhorred by Evangelicals and Protestants, is a form of “white magic” that basically mixes pagan witchcraft with Christianity, giving the outward appearance of being of God. Often times it is reported that contact has been made with benevolent entities, who claim to be Jesus, Mary, or some other angel of light, when in reality, these beings are of darkness. The Bible strictly forbids any form of contact with the spirit world, outside of direct prayer to God alone, and God’s specific revelation through Scripture alone. (Lev 19:31, etc.) However, mystical experiences are becoming more and more popular as we approach the Lord Jesus’ inevitable return.

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Just when it seems the benefits-of-vitamin-D literature has topped out, Italian researchers have found yet another area where the vitamin/hormone may help out: the bedroom.
In a study of 143 men, Alessandra Barassi, MD, of University of Milan in Italy, and her colleagues found that those with severe erectile dysfunction (ED) had significantly lower vitamin D levels than those with mild ED, and that deficiency was worse in those with arteriogenic ED than in non-arteriogenic ED.
When they used penile echo-color-Doppler to assess vascular quality, the arteriogenic form of the disease was more common in men with vitamin D deficiency than in those who had levels of at least 20 ng/dL.
Reporting in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, Barassi and colleagues wrote that low levels of vitamin D “might increase the ED risk by promoting endothelial dysfunction” and that since low levels of vitamin D are common in all ED patients — not just those with arteriogenic disease — it “may be involved in the mechanism that promotes endothelial dysfunction causing ED.”
They recommended routine measurement of vitamin D in ED patients, “with replacement therapy as required.”

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I recently posted about WordPress related companies that share income statistics, which was a fun and inspiring post. It’s always interesting to see how much income people are making from their projects so I thought I would do a follow-up post but this time look at individual bloggers who publicly share their income and traffic stats.

The bloggers listed here mostly all use WordPress and blogging as the basis for their income but have diversified into other areas of income such as podcasts, eBooks and product sales – it’s always good to have a mix of income sources in case one takes a hit, especially important with the constant ups and downs of Google updates and so on.

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Don’t be scared by the high price tags on Halloween costumes. Swap instead of shop! Join the Auburn Public Library at a parent and planet friendly event! Our costume swap is recycling at its most fun! Kids get new-to-them costumes, and parents save money …and the planet!

Here’s how it works:
• Donate your swap-able costumes to the library before 9/30.
• In exchange for each complete, clean, gently worn costume, you will receive 1 swap ticket to claim a new-to-you costume at the 10/1/ event.
• No costume to swap? Still want to shop? Stop by the event after 2:30 pm and purchase any costume for a $5 donation which will support children’s programs. Drop off your costumes in the APL Children’s Room between 9/19 -9/30

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As per an estimate, about 1.5% of people in the world are affected by Vitiligo.

Vitiligo (leucoderma) is a distressing skin condition marked by gradual loss of melanocytes, the cells responsible for producing melanin pigment in skin layers which results in irregular white patches.

The only physical discomfort associated with Vitiligo is the intolerance to sunlight, but it applies only when a large area of skin is exposed directly to sunlight. Vitiligo is an otherwise benign skin condition that causes no physical harm.

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In a new study, Yale researchers find that a common arthritis medication is highly effective in restoring skin pigment in those with vitiligo. Photo courtesy of ShutterstockVitiligo is a condition that causes individuals to lose skin pigment in blotches. A recent study, however, has revealed that a common medication for rheumatoid arthritis is successful in restoring skin color to a person suffering from vitiligo. But this is not the first time a common medication has proven useful in treating another seemingly unrelated health condition, and the reason for this lies not in the drug but rather the fundamental way in which it affects the body.

Although vitiligo is neither painful nor life-threatening, it can often cause serious distress to those it afflicts. Unfortunately, there is currently no cure for vitiligo and treatment options meant to control the condition often don’t work. In a recent study, researchers from Yale University investigated how an existing class of FDA-approved drugs known as Janus kinase inhibitors are a possible treatment for the skin condition. According to the press release, JAK inhibitors are approved for treating rheumatoid arthritis but have also demonstrated effectiveness in treating hair loss caused by alopecia areata. Based on these results, the team’s lead researchers, Drs. Brett King and Brittany Craiglow, believed the drug might have similar effects on patients with vitiligo.

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