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Heit Enterprises LLC Launches New Products

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submitted by heitenterprisesllc.com   Press Release Distribution Heit Enterprises LLC has unveiled a wide range of products for the benefit of users who can now improve their Health to a great extent...
by Free PR Online on Nov 26, 2015

Georgia Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention Initiative Awareness Campaign “Prescription Drug Abuse – It’s Not What the Doctor Ordered”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submitted by StopRxAbuseInGA.org         Press Release Distribution Atlanta, Georgia – According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in 2014, “46 people die fro...
by Free PR Online on Jul 20, 2015

Study : Pharmaceuticals Kill More Teens Than Illegal Substances in the United States

Combine the number of overdose deaths caused by heroin and cocaine, and you still haven’t matched the number of deaths caused by pharmaceutical prescription medications each year in the United States. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease C...
by Actualité Distincte on Apr 1, 2015

Knowing Your Heart and Keeping It Healthy

Respected All, In continuation to our earlier post, “Knowing Your Heart and Cardiovascular Disease“, the aim of our today’s post is to keep your heart healthy to live strong. Did you know that some health conditions and lifestyle f...

Knowing Your Heart and Cardiovascular Disease

Respected All, We are writing today so that you can learn about your risks for heart disease and stroke and stay “heart health” for yourself and your loved ones. “What gets measured, get done.” Let us know about some serious &...

10 Bug Spray Mistakes You Might Be Making

Be Mozza Be Mozza - First Impressions Last Today we will tell you about bug spray mistakes. Maybe we're going insane, but doesn't it seem like for every bug bite you find, another three appear somewhere else on your body? SO annoying. But besides dea...
by Be Mozza on Jan 31, 2015

Matrix Strengthens its Reach in Contact Center Solutions with Interoperability of Teckinfo Solutions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Free Press Release Submission Matrixcomsec.com           Press Release Distribution Matrix Comsec is a leading manufacturer and provider of VoIP telephony solutions such as IP Phone Systems, VoIP Gate...
by Free PR Online on Dec 11, 2014

5 Diabetic Skin Conditions and How to Treat

5 Diabetic Skin Conditions and How to Treat, American Diabetes Month EDGEWATER, MARYLAND – November is American Diabetes Month, and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, just over 29 million people in the country have the dis...
by Another Maria on Nov 12, 2014

Breaking News: 2nd case of Ebola confirmed in Texas and Obama is wrong again!

Get Obama Toilet Paper For Your Christmas Giving List!Of course the headline that a 2nd case of Ebola was confirmed in Texas is true while the part of Obama being wrong will come as no surprise to anyone!I still don't understand how a 2nd case of Ebo...
by The Political Commentator on Oct 12, 2014

Protecting Against The Ebola Virus

“August 4, 2014 Outbreak Update The World Health Organization, in partnership with the Ministries of Health in Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria announced a cumulative total of 1603 suspect and confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD)...
by Survival And Prosperity on Aug 5, 2014

Food Safety in China Still Faces Big Hurdles

From factory inspections to product recalls, laboratory testing to prosecutions, China’s emergent food-quality apparatus has turned into reform on the fly, with ever-changing threats and setbacks.
by Eastasianews on Jul 23, 2014

Smallpox: Last refuge of an ultimate killer

  (Media Release) In July 2014, long forgotten vials of smallpox left in a cardboard box were discovered at a research centre near Washington. Until then, it was believed that only two places on Earth guard the last remaining samples of this kil...
by Free PR Online on Jul 9, 2014

Illinois Public Health Chief On MERS: ‘Risk To The General Public Remains Extremely Low’

“U.S. health officials had recently confirmed the country’s first two cases of MERS, raising fears about the global spread of the virus, which has been responsible for a worsening outbreak in Saudi Arabia. More than 500 cases have been report...
by Survival And Prosperity on May 14, 2014

Situation: Not Good – MERS Reaches U.S.

Its official, the deadly virus known as MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) has infected someone within the United States. So far the U.S. has only one confirmed case, but the CDC (Centers For Disease Control And Prevention) and WHO (World Health...
by Green Tea Break on May 4, 2014

Making Fruits and Veggies Delicious

Making Fruits and Veggies Delicious 5 Sneaky Tricks for Making Fruits and Veggies Delicious (and Edible) The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that the average adult eat about 1.5 cups of fruit and 2.5 cups of vegetables a da...
by The Things Women Want on May 4, 2014

Deadly MERS Virus Lands In Chicago, Discovered In Indiana

Uh-oh. MERS- which I’ve been blogging about for a while now- is here in the United States. And it traveled via international airlines to Chicago, then by bus to Indiana. From a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention press release about an hour...
by Survival And Prosperity on May 2, 2014

While Ebola Grabs The Headlines, Coronavirus Makes A Comeback In The Middle East

While I’ve been blogging about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa (121 dead last last I heard), I’ve noticed a different virus that I’ve talked about before is making a comeback further east. Deema Almashabi and Oliver Staley reporte...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 16, 2014

H10N8: New Strain Of Bird Flu May ‘Replicate Efficiently In Humans’

H10N8. I’d never heard of this new strain of bird flu until tonight, when I came across the following from Michelle Roberts on the BBC website. From earlier today: Experts are concerned about the spread of a new strain of bird flu that has already...
by Survival And Prosperity on Feb 5, 2014

Sweet tooth linked to heart attacks

(Media Release) Eating too many sugary drinks, desserts and sweets could increase your risk of having a heart attack, the findings of a large US study suggest. Consuming the equivalent of a can a day of sugar-sweetened fizzy drinks was associated wit...
by Free PR Online on Feb 4, 2014

Did Diane Sawyer use Misleading Stats in ’20/20’ Report on Children and Guns?

Hat tip to The Blaze for this report TheBlaze Fact-Checks ABC: Did Diane Sawyer Use Misleading Stats in ’20/20’ Report on Children and Guns? Jan. 31, 2014  Jason Howerton ABC’s “20/20” waded into the never-ending gun debate on Friday with...


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