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By armin on February 12, 2012
Neurologist Lombard and preventive medicine speaker Renna argue that we are all in a state of chemical imbalance. The authors' premise is that people who are too warm need more of the cooling neurotransmitter serotonin, while people who are too cool need more dopamine. Deficiencies of either chemical lead to certain personality characteristics and are even affiliated with medical conditions such as heart disease. People who are too warm are often restless and angry, while those who are too cool are often fatigued and anxious.
Posted in Health & Wellness
By armin on February 12, 2009
"Laurette Goldberg’s Handbook — lively, full of important information, and charmingly written — is obviously a labor of love. I cannot imagine a keyboard student who would not profit from its insights."
Posted in Book Editing, Doctoring, & Ghostwriting