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Happy Anniversary SOJOURN!!! What a wonderful message and well done video!
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4 min video from University of Michigan about one of nature's chemical labs - the molecular factory microorganisms use to produce antibiotic and other drugs. Nearly two-thirds of all drugs currently used are derived partially or entirely from a natural source. But the natural process used by microorganisms to create the medicines has been a mystery until now. By knowing it, we can redesign and improve this molecular factory to cure diseases faster. :)

In a press release from University of Michigan, http://www.ns.umich.edu/new/multimedia/videos/22241-nature-s-chem-lab-how-microorganisms-manufacture-drugs, researchers describe the  details of the discovery of the 3-D structure of the "assembly line" within some microorganisms.

The polyketide synthase (PKS) enzyme was derived from a type of terrestrial bacteria called Streptomyces venezuelae, which produces pikromycin, an antibiotic precursor to the widely prescribed erythromycin. The structures published in Nature (http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nature13409.html) describe the enzymatic steps of the fifth cycle in a six-cycle biological assembly-line process that produces pikromycin.
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Never Live "In The Past"... Move Onward & Upward Because If God Intended For Someone or Something To Be In Your Life ... It WILL Come Back!! Let Someone's Heart Go & Wish Them All of The Happiness This World Has To Offer...Giving 110% Always <3
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Our rescue Beau, a Bernese Mountain - brings us so much joy :)
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Challenging the status quo notion that loss of hippocampal function is inevitable is new and exciting research showing that we have the potential to actually grow new cells in this vitally important area of the brain, expanding the hippocampus in size and enhancing memory function.
David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM is a Board-Certified Neurologist and Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. Dr. Perlmutter is the author of GRAIN BRAIN, the Surprising Truth About Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar - Your Brain's Silent Killers, coming September 17.
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Sounds very interesting... did you read the book?
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Hamas, embracing an extremist ideology that glorifies martyrdom, intentionally places rocket launchers, missile stockpiles and other war material in civilian areas, putting civilians in harm’s way, a violation of international law. Hamas chose not to build any structures for civilians to use for protection (unlike Israel, which has built bomb shelters and other means of protection for its citizens) – but the terror group did build an elaborate tunnel network under Gaza that keeps terrorists and rockets safe – just not civilians. - See more at: http://www.ajc.org/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=7oJILSPwFfJSG&b=9077509&ct=14093965&msource=IMPACT072014#sthash.K0LClzKl.dpuf
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4 min video from University of Michigan about one of nature's chemical labs - the molecular factory microorganisms use to produce antibiotic and other drugs. Nearly two-thirds of all drugs currently used are derived partially or entirely from a natural source. But the natural process used by microorganisms to create the medicines has been a mystery until now. By knowing it, we can redesign and improve this molecular factory to cure diseases faster. :)

In a press release from University of Michigan, http://www.ns.umich.edu/new/multimedia/videos/22241-nature-s-chem-lab-how-microorganisms-manufacture-drugs, researchers describe the  details of the discovery of the 3-D structure of the "assembly line" within some microorganisms.

The polyketide synthase (PKS) enzyme was derived from a type of terrestrial bacteria called Streptomyces venezuelae, which produces pikromycin, an antibiotic precursor to the widely prescribed erythromycin. The structures published in Nature (http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nature13409.html) describe the enzymatic steps of the fifth cycle in a six-cycle biological assembly-line process that produces pikromycin.
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There will be live webcasts of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's two day teaching on the "Heart Sutra" and the Manjushri prayer "Praise to the Intelligent One" to Tibetan young people at the Tibetan Childrens' Village School (TCV) in Upper Dharamsala, HP, India on June 4-5, 2014. On June 6 His Holiness will confer the Avolokiteshvara Empowerment. His Holiness will speak in Tibetan with simultaneous English and Chinese translations available. The live webcasts can be viewed at http://dalailama.com/liveweb

All times Indian Standard Time (IST = GMT+5.30)

June 4: 8:30am - 11:30am IST
June 5: 8:30am - 11:30am IST
June 6: 8:00am - 11:30am IST

For times in your region 8:30am IST on June 4th in Dharamsala, India is the same as 4:00 BST on June 4th in London, England; and 8:00pm PDT on June 3rd in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Photo of His Holiness the Dalai Lama autographing books for business leaders he met at the Centre for Lifelong Learning, Somaiya Bhavan, Mumbai, India on June 1, 2014. (Photo by Tenzin Choejor/OHHDL)
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Work them abs.
1. Supine Side Twists - Lie on your back with your knees bent and rest your feet on your heels. Keep your toes pointed towards your knees as much as possible. This will engage and flex your shins more. Straighten your arms in front of you and touch your hands together. Inhale, tighten your abs, and twist your upper body from side to side until your arm is touching the ground, keeping your shoulders lifted off the ground. Keep your legs as still as possible and tense abs throughout. Exhale before twisting to the opposite side. Do 10 reps on each side. You are working your abs, core, arms, and obliques.

2. Extended Plank - Lie flat on your stomach with toes touching the ground and elbows bent, palms facing down. Keep head and neck in neutral position, and elbows directly under your shoulders. Inhale, tense up your abs, and lift your body straight up so that it is parallel to the ground, keeping toes and palms firmly on the ground. Pause briefly on top, exhale, and slowly return to starting position. Do 10 reps. To make the move more challenging, pause for a second or two on top.

3. Side Crunches - Lie on your side with legs stacked on top of each other and gently hold your head with one hand. Keep your other arm extended at your side with your palm facing down. Inhale, tighten your abs, and crunch your knees up to your chest. Pause briefly, exhale, and return to starting position. Do 15 reps on each side. To make this exercise more challenging, do not let your feet touch the ground.
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 hello   +Lynne Marmulstein   how are your workout coming along? I see your into health and fitness.
 
lynne  I provide a variety of health and fitness product for individuals like yourself just wondered if you would be interested in taking a look ?
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You've got a great sound; song made me smile wide, THANKS!
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I love the way this video is put together and the music chosen seems a perfect fit. Very inviting and excellent variety of yoga positions. Lots of talent! Thank you for making it and sharing it with others. I look forward to seeing more of your work and visiting Ljubljana shortly!
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