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Ayurvedic cure for Common Disease
For over 3000 years, Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of living, has addressed itself to the fundamental principles of good health and longevity. It has developed a tradition of medicine and a system of treatment based on the inherent ability of the human body to rejuvenate, to heal and to restore its natural balance.
Responding to HIV/AIDS
In this skeptic's guide Dale Hanson Bourke sheds light on key places, terms, history and current issues surrounding HIV/AIDS . The crisis that becomes a pandemic is now something different, and this third edition provides an up to the minute perspective on what has always been a complex issue.
Overcoming Pornography Addiction
Once an individual realizes the destructive and pervasive effects of pornography, what does one do to whom does one turn? Monsignor Brian Bransfield's book provides clear and practical directions and points to the only one who is the source of healing,hope, and a new life. because the New Evangelize implies rediscovering one's true identity and meaning in relation to Jesus Christ.