Sunday, June 27, 2010

Motives Summer Colors

Stay a step ahead of the current trends with Motives Eye Shadows and Mine™ by Loren Ridinger Fragrance.

For a limited time only — wear the hottest colors of the summer and save up to 50 percent. Five gorgeous shades have been expertly selected and arranged in a mirrored palette just for you! As a bonus, you will get a full-sized bottle of the intoxicating fragrance, Mine.

Choose from three different Summer Gift Sets:

Edgy Elegance (code 3373): ethereal silvers, deep smoky plum and lavender luxury (Contains: Cosmic, Plum Frost, Twinkle, Star Struck, Sex and the City)

Social Butterfly (code 3374): earth tones and glamorous gold with just enough sparkle (Contains: Bronze Beauty, Green Tea, Sunkissed, Hazelnut, Goddess)

Urban Sophistication (code 3375): matte statement colors with accents of deep charcoal and bold blue (Contains: Galaxy, Drama, Blizzard, Twilight, Enchanting)

Great for gifts, yet so glamorous and desirable, you will have to keep one for yourself.

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Wednesday, December 09, 2009

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

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Saturday, June 14, 2008


Get your individual genetic profile, personal diet and lifestyle advice with the Gene SNP™ DNA Analysis Kit. The revised Health Assessment Report provides an individually customized nutritional formula for maintaining long-term health and vigor, as well as a guide to vitamins and minerals, general information on genes, nutrition and health, and other invaluable resources.

Many pieces of evidence support the fact that corticotropin-releasing hormones (CRH) play a role in the pathophysiology of major depression. Three SNPs were identified in CRHR1 gene and genotyped in the samples of patients diagnosed with major depression and matched controls. These results support the idea that the CRHR1 gene is likely to be involved in the genetic vulnerability for major depression.

Genetic variants in immune regulator genes have been associated with numerous diseases, including allergies and cancer. Increasing evidence suggests a substantially elevated disease risk in individuals who carry a combination of disease-relevant single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).

It could be speculated that the adiponectin gene variant, or a mutation in linkage with it, determines lower adiponectin gene expression, causing in turn an increased risk to develop insulin resistance, atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease.

The significant association of the adiponectin gene in subjects with early-onset CAD also suggests that genetic factors for late-onset diseases may exert a greater influence in younger persons, when other risk factors are not as prevalent as in older age groups.

The general procedure for taking a genealogical DNA test involves taking only a painless cheek-scraping (also known as a buccal swab) at home and mailing the sample to a genetic genealogy laboratory for testing. All United States laboratories will destroy the DNA sample upon request by the customer, guaranteeing that a sample is not available for further analysis