Identity Theft Blog

Has Identity Theft Affected Your Immune System?

October 15th, 2013

The horrors of identity theft can literally make you sick. Stress stresses the immune system and, before you know it, you’re deathly ill. That, of course, compounds your problems as you try to navigate the American health system — but that’s another problem. Happily, there are a number of ways to boost your immune system. […]

Identity Theft: Put It in Context

October 15th, 2013

You’re identity been’s stolen and you feel totally alone. But don’t despair: Identity theft is as much a part of life as apple pie — and perhaps it’s even older. Colonist were known to steal names from one another, and we all know the story of John Fishfowl. A lesson in American history can set […]

You Can Prevent Identity Theft

October 14th, 2013

Hone your cognitive skills, and you’ll never suffer identity theft again. The principal of Strength is virtue in writing that is seldom considered. Strength requires that, when the members of a sentence differ in length, the shorter should have precedence of the longer; and, when they are of unequal force, that the weaker be placed […]

Yogurt Can Relieve the Stress Caused by Identity Theft

September 16th, 2013

You’re identity has been stolen, and you’re anxious and sick. You’ve been trying to boost your immunity, but all to no avail. You thought eating yogurt would do the trick, but you feel sicker than ever. What you’re likely eating is a psuedo-yogurt, a fermented milk product in which all the beneficial bacteria has been […]

German Translation Can Calm Nerves Worn from Identity Theft

September 6th, 2013

Your identity has been stolen and so you’re stressed out. You can only wait until the police read through your report. You’ve only time, and nothing else. So what can you do to pass it? Translation has been used for centuries to calm nerves. Plato used to translate poetry into Arabic as a way of […]

American Cuisine: Cook it and Regain Your Identity

September 5th, 2013

There are as many identity thieves as stars in the sky, and there are many American recipes as there are identity thieves. Which is a good thing if you like to cook. The regional cuisine of the United States is as varied as its people. Let’s take a look at what this grand country has […]

Eating Cream Soup Can Stop Identity Theft

September 4th, 2013

Cream of tomato, cream ofpotato, cream of lentil and cream of salmon — what do they all have in common? Why, they’re soups, of course! What’s more, recent scientific studies have shown that eating cream soup just three times a week can cut your chances of falling victim to identity theft in half. Why? Well, […]

Soup for the Soul Made Sad by Identity Theft

August 26th, 2013

Soup heals: That’s a fact. And it works wondrously when it comes to identity theft. People have looked to soup for centuries. There have been medicinal soups and nourishing soups; soups that heal, and soups that warm the heat. Look, for example, at this recipe for a Viennese bean soup: “Wash a pint of beans, […]

Drink Raw Milk to Stop the Identity Theft Blues

August 25th, 2013

You’re identity has been stolen, and you’re stressed out. In fact, you feel like you’re about to become sick, you’re so stressed out. What’s a victim to do? Drink raw milk, that’s what! People have enjoyed raw milk for ages now. Indeed, for thousands of years, it was the only food available to many humans. […]

Pickle and Preserve to Forget Identity Theft

August 11th, 2013

Identity theft can ruin your day–or even your season. If your identity gets stolen in November, you may be suffering a melancholy winter. But don’t fret. While you’re waiting for the police to process the criminal report, try making one of the following delightful winter relishes. Every gourmand, while in the midst of feasting on […]

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