Dr. Leonard Friedland & Sheila Advento

April 24 is World Meningitis Day For Those Who Experience Meningitis, the After Effects Can Last a Lifetime Sheila Advento Meningitis Survivor and GSK Spokesperson Dr. Leonard Friedland Pediatrician and Vice President, Director Scientific Affairs and Public Health, Vaccines North America at GSK ____________________________________________________ April 24 marks World Meningitis Day, an awareness day that aims […]

Dr. Eric Donnenfeld: April 23, 2019

INNOVATIVE METHOD TO TREAT POST-OPERATIVE INFLAMMATION AFTER CATARACT SURGERY   Dr. Eric Donnenfeld Internationally recognized expert and pioneer in refractive, cornea and cataract surgery and one of the leading refractive and cataract surgeons in the United States  According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, approximately 24.5 million Americans have cataracts1, a leading cause of vision impairment in the United States. Over 4 million cataract surgeries are performed each year2, […]

Elizabeth Romero: April 19, 2019

HISPANIC BUSINESS OWNERS OPTIMISTIC & PLANNING FOR GROWTH ACCORDING TO BANK OF AMERICA SURVEY Hiring Plans Impacted by Ultra-Competitive Job Market Elizabeth Romero Bank of America Small Business Executive   Bank of America recently surveyed more than 300 Hispanic entrepreneurs across the country to better understand their aspirations, concerns and perspectives. The results, released as […]

Linda DeCarlo: April 16, 2019

WHEN THE BARK IS NOT WORSE THAN THE BITE…. National Dog Bite Prevention Week is April 14-20, 2019   Linda DeCarlo USPS, Manager of Safety     Dog attacks are a nationwide issue and not just a postal problem. The Postal Service is driving home the message that dog bites are a national problem and education […]

Steven Merahn, MD, FAAP: April 16, 2019

ACCESS TO AUTISM THERAPY DELAYED BY OVER A YEAR ON AVERAGE, ACCORDING TO NEW NATIONWIDE SURVEY New survey of parents of children with autism uncovers unmet needs, treatment impact and societal perspectives Steven Merahn, MD, FAAP Chief Medical Officer, Centria Autism Kayla Schmidt, Parent of two children with autism As a behavior health condition across many communities, […]

Janet Alvarez: April 10, 2019

SPRING CLEAN YOUR WALLET: Expert Advice on How Simplifying your Finances Can Set You Up for Success the Rest of the Year JANET ALVAREZ Financial Expert, Executive Editor of Wise Bread and Financial Journalist with over 15 Years of Experience Marie Kondo may have inspired millions of Americans to look forward to cleaning every inch […]

Allison Green – April 4, 2019

Home is the Key to a Better Future Habitat for Humanity Joining At Home to Raise Funds for Affordable Housing throughout April   Allison Green Director of Cause Marketing and Workplace Giving at Habitat for Humanity International   Nearly 19 million U.S. households spend more than half of their paychecks on housing costs, creating a […]

Rebecca Edwards: March 28, 2019

100 SAFEST CITIES IN US—WHERE DOES YOURS RANK?  NATIONAL STUDY REVEALS MAJORITY OF AMERICANS FEEL UNSAFE SECURITY EXPERT REVEALS SIMPLE WAYS TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM AMERICA’S THREE BIGGEST FEARS – VIOLENT CRIME, PROPERTY CRIME AND DIGITAL SECURITY Rebecca Edwards Safety and Security Expert How safe IS your city? SafeWise, the leading resource for all things safety recently […]

Gene Goldman: March 27, 2019

Investors Exercising Caution Over Mixed Signals Markets in Wait-and-See Mode as Fed, Trade, Brexit Loom   Gene Goldman, CFA, Chief Investment Officer and Director of Research, Cetera® Investment Management   Investors have grown more cautious in recent weeks, with the market rally in check by signs of uncertainty—slower global economic forecasts, geopolitical issues like Brexit, and […]

Rachel Herz, Ph.D: March 26, 2019

MAY THE STINKIEST SNEAKER BE EVER IN YOUR FAVOR! XXX from XXX Wins the 2019 National Odor-Eaters® Rotten Sneaker Contest®  Rachel Herz, Ph.D. Neuroscientist and leading world expert on the psychological science of smell CONTEST WINNER Believe it or not, your stinky sneakers may be in your favor for once! Usually when we smell a foul odor, […]