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Gabriela Salvado

Gabriela SalvadoGabriela Salvado, born on the 16th of June in 1994 in Guatemala. This amazing looking 5' 10" model is currently residing in New York City with her husband and two children.

It is said that Gabriela Salvado is a lovely girl whom possesses great charisma. She has represented major brands of fashion and beauty such as: Givenchy, Benetton, Gap, John Frieda, Garnier, Maybelline and many others.

I would seem apparent that Gabriela enjoys a certain level of anonymity and privacy.

There is very little written about her available on the internet, but there is an abundance of her exquisite photographs, so I have included additional photos at the bottom of the page. It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words and that definitely holds true in describing Gabriela Salvado.

In her own words:

"I started modeling in Guatemala and afterwards I won a modeling contest in Aruba representing Guatemala, so I had the opportunity to go to New York to pursue my career as a model."

"Currently New York City is where I live, however I have lived in many places such as London, Paris, Germany and other international cities."

Gabriela Salvado"On several occasions I have had the opportunity to collaborate and be part of Kids For Tomorrow, a foundation that provides education for children in Kenya. "

"The education of children is something that has always interested me - now I would love to know a bit more about the foundations in Guatemala that are dedicated to this and so be able to offer my assistance in any way."

"One of my hobbies is traveling. I love to learn about different countries, their people, their culture and traditions. One of the places that I most liked visiting was South Africa."

"I am not very enamored of movies, but I do love reading, especially if it is a biography in which I can learn other people's stories."

"I recently enjoyed reading the biography of tennis player Andrè Agassi - how he fulfilled his dreams and overstepped his limits to see the positive side of situations."

"I have a funny memory of when, a few years ago, I happened to attend a casting which I had to go to and present myself as being very elegant, with great presence and poise."

"The day came and there I was, a little nervous, in the office of the customer on 5th Avenue in New York."

Gabriela Salvado"My heels and portfolio in hand, I talked a while with the client and felt very safe in the knowledge that the casting had been a success."

"So I said goodbye, turned to leave the office, very elegantly according to me, and broke the heel of the shoe! I did not say more other than to laugh."

"The client said nothing at the time, but days later I found out that the job was mine. To him I got the job because he liked my personality since I had laughed off the incident and had not taken myself all that seriously."

"This story serves to always remind me constantly that I must not take things so seriously and that there is always something that can bring a smile to your face."

"I always strive to work every day at being the best person that I can be. In a nutshell, to be productive and happy."

"I want a long, successful career and to enjoy every day of my life more than I do. Any day that I already do not enjoy I will leave it behind. "

"I want to be able to inspire other women to do what they like, and to feel proud of themselves and be a light to other women and make the most of this life that the Lord has given us."

Gabriela Salvado"I like doing a lot of exercise - it is part of my daily schedule. I enjoy doing yoga, running, and try not to make it a routine - take spinning classes, attend bootcamp and dance."

"This constant exercise is vital in this profession. I'm not following any kind of diets but always eat healthy and in moderation."

"Other than that I believe that every woman has a couple of products that can highlight her beauty and with those feel more comfortable."

"What I always have on hand is a good perfume, mascara and dark circles corrector."

"My favorite perfume is ELIE SAAB (perfume you) the DIOR SHOW mascara and a BOBBI BROWN corrector."

"Basically, my favorite look is simple and comfortable. I feel more comfortable with a pair of jeans, a t-shirt and a good bag."

"My best advice to others is to follow their dreams, strive to achieve them and to believe in themselves"
Excerpts from an interview at mujeresymodagt.blogspot.com

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In the Bonesetter's Waiting Room:
Travels Through Indian Medicine

BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week India defies definition, and the story of medicine in India is similarly rich and complex: shaped by unique challenges and opportunities, uniting cutting-edge technological developments with ancient cultural traditions, fuelled by political changes which transformed the lives of millions and moulded by the energy of forceful individuals. Here, Aarathi Prasad investigates how Indian medicine came to be the way it is. Her travels will take her to bonesetter clinics in Jaipur and Hyderabad and the waiting-rooms of Bollywood's best plastic surgeons, and introduce her to traditional healers as well as the world-beating heart surgeon who is revolutionising treatment of the poor around the globe.

Like a Virgin

Exploring the Frontiers of Conception

Sexual evolution is a slippery business. Like all mammals, we humans seem to have been left no choice in the matter: even though it is costly, inefficient and dangerous, if we want to reproduce we simply have to have sex. Yet most human cultures tell the tale of a maiden who gives birth untouched by a man; and in the wild there are plenty of creatures such as turkeys, komodo dragons, sharks and the "Jesus Christ" lizard (which walks on water, too) that take various approaches to reproducing without sex.

In LIKE A VIRGIN, the biology writer Aarathi Prasad discusses how reproduction without sex is achieved in animals and explores why evolution hasn't made it an option for humans“ yet. In doing so, she provides a quirky, entertaining and perceptive overview of the mysteries of evolutionary biology, sex and reproduction – past, present and future.

It is a remarkable story that ranges across Greek mythology, natural history, agriculture, conservation and medicine; takes in some of the most exciting areas of developmental genetics and molecular biology that other popular science books largely ignore; and is packed full of a cast of amazing characters, be they obscure animals or eccentric scientists such as the respected geneticist Dr Helen Spurway who in the UK in the 1950s unwittingly sparked a nationwide search for a virgin mother.

There is now a plethora of strategies being developed in reproductive medicine that could ultimately keep our species going in a world of embellished sex: the creation of artificial eggs and sperm from bone marrow, labs-on-chips on which eggs are fertilized, silicone wombs and artificial wombs (where fetuses can spend their full nine months), and even research to prepare us for reproduction in space. What is more, we are finally beginning to understand what genetic modifications are needed to allow for the creation of women who could have babies without having sex. Now that we have the competent hand of science in our lives, will girls still need men?

Publisher: Oneworld (UK/US)
Pub Date: 16 August 2012
Status: Draft manuscript
Length: 288 pages

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UK & Commonwealth, US, Arabic (Arab Scientific), Japan (East Press)

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