Tag: Conception

Mayo Clinic Guide to Fertility and Conception, 2nd Edition [Audiobook]


Free Download Zaraq Khan M.B.B.S., Samir Babayev M.D, Chandra C. Shenoy M.D., Leanne Woodward (Narrator), "Mayo Clinic Guide to Fertility and Conception: Expertise from Leading Fertility Specialists for Maximizing Reproductive Health and Growing Your Family, 2nd Edition"
English | ASIN: B0CPTFN5FH | 2024 | MP3@64 kbps | ~13:06:00 | 360 MB
Deciding to add a baby to your family is full of unknowns. How long will it take to get pregnant? How will age and other factors play into your chances of conceiving? If you need some help, what are your options? Many of these questions have different answers for every person and every pregnancy. With Mayo Clinic Guide to Fertility and Conception, you can take on the adventure of trying for a baby with clear, empathetic guidance. Based on their extensive expertise in helping people build their families, Mayo Clinic physicians break down what contributes to healthy eggs and sperm, steps you can take to get ready for pregnancy, how babies are made, and tips for ovulation tracking, timing sex, and improving your chances.
This comprehensive guide also demystifies miscarriage and ectopic pregnancies, as well as many common fertility problems. In addition, the authors offer the latest on reproductive assistance, third-party reproduction, fertility preservation, and the many options now available to help all families, including LGBTQ, transgender, and single parents-to-be, achieve the dream of having a baby. With sensitivity and an inclusive approach, this user-friendly book provides answers and explanations on nearly every aspect of achieving a successful pregnancy. It’s an essential guide for anyone who wants to have a baby.

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Quantum Mechanics Inception or Conception


Free Download Quantum Mechanics: Inception or Conception? a Classical Preamble to Quantum Mechanics
English | 2024 | ISBN: 1032584300 | 109 Pages | PDF (True) | 3 MB
Embarking on a journey into the realm of quantum mechanics can be a daunting task for anyone. Its puzzling mathematics and bewildering predictions often leave individuals feeling confused and disheartened. But what if there was a different approach – one aimed to cultivate an understanding of quantum mechanics from its very foundations? This is the ambition of this book. Rather than treating quantum mechanics as an inception, the author takes a Socratic perspective, tracing the genesis of its key ideas back to the well-established roots of classical mechanics. The works of Lagrange, Hamilton, and Poisson become guiding lights, illuminating the path towards comprehension. Through a colloquial yet pedagogical narrative, the book delves into the elements of classical mechanics, building a solid framework of familiarity that paves the way for comprehending quantum mechanics.

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A Lacanian Conception of Populism


Free Download Timothy Appleton, "A Lacanian Conception of Populism "
English | ISBN: 1032557184 | 2023 | 128 pages | EPUB, PDF | 433 KB + 5 MB
A Lacanian Conception of Populism takes issue with traditional theories of populism, which seek to equate populism with hegemony, arguing that these are not only different but even incompatible logics.

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A Hermeneutics of Violence A Four-Dimensional Conception


Free Download A Hermeneutics of Violence: A Four-Dimensional Conception By Mark M. Ayyash
2019 | 288 Pages | ISBN: 1487505868 | PDF | 2 MB
Attention to the elusiveness of violence opens up a rich landscape of analysis, whereby social scientists can examine the often-overlooked transformative dimensions of violent acts. Theories of violence are numerous today, but because of the mysterious nature of violence, and how each individual or group may endure it uniquely, its study cannot be limited to one specialized and highly restricted field. A Hermeneutics of Violence seeks to remedy this problem by placing in dialogue various theories of violence from the disciplines of anthropology, sociology, international relations, and philosophy. This study uses a four-dimensional lens to examine the many facets of violence, including its instrumental, linguistic, mimetic, and transcendental dimensions. Far from irreconcilable, these positions, when placed within a four-dimensional outlook, open up new avenues for the study of particular cases of violence. Exploring the complex interactions, for instance, of "enemy-siblings," Mark M. Ayyash reveals "postures of incommensurability" that continuously produce conflictual positions across a spectrum of time and space and demand the release of violence. The book concludes that these postures must be understood and deconstructed before we can have a legitimate chance to achieve peace and justice, the conceptions of which must come with the intent of not necessarily opposing violence but rather replacing our conceptions of what the violences have come to constitute as "real."

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