I recently noticed a flyer posted at a local restaurant:
“Pancake Breakfast to Aid Alzheimer’s Association”
A quick search online reveals that this is not an isolated event.
Carpentersville Local Firefighters Local 4790 “Eat for Alzheimer’s Pancake Breakfast”
Raleigh County Commission on Aging “Pancake Breakfast to Aid Alzheimer’s”
Pancake breakfasts, it seems, have become de rigueur for benefitting Alzheimer’s. Whether to increase awareness or to fund research, pancake breakfasts are suddenly being promoted by a slew of well-meaning people, from local firefighters to community organizations to Alzheimer’s associations.
Attention iPad fans! Don’t Die Early is now available in the iBookstore!
Creating a version of Don’t Die Early for the iPad enabled me to include many features that just aren’t possible in a printed book or a traditional ebook: more interesting typography, color graphics, hyperlinks, and quizzes, just to name a few things.
While reading Don’t Die Early on the iPad, not only will you enjoy a more visually pleasing experience thanks to the color divider pages and more attractive typography, but you’ll also be able to quickly access cited journal articles and other references with a single touch. You can quickly jump from one place to another using hyperlinks and test yourself on the book’s content using the quizzes featured in many chapters.
If you or someone you know enjoys reading on their iPad, grab a copy of Don’t Die Early! At $9.99, it’s priced the same as the Kindle and Nook versions.
This attractive button will launch iTunes on your computer or iDevice and take you to the iBookstore listing for Don’t Die Early where you can buy the book or download a free sample of its content.
It should come as no surprise that the United States is not the only country facing an epidemic of obesity. What’s also not surprising is that the experts in other countries are just as clueless about fixing things.