Norwell, MA (PRWEB) December 17, 2012
Xtralis?, the world?s leading provider of early & reliable detection and remote visual verification safety & security solutions, received a Special Jury Award for its Open-area Smoke Imaging Detector (OSID) at Expoprotection 2012, held December 4-7 in Paris, France. A jury consisting of market experts, journalists, end users, and consultants presented Xtralis with the Special Jury Award in the Fire Fighting Sector. OSID was the only smoke detector to win an award at the show. This special recognition reinforces the unparalleled technological innovation, design, and reliability of OSID. The award is the 16th award More >
Question by regboi45: How can i be helped with this problem read below please? When i was born a mistake from a doctor caused my brain to be damaged (lack of oxygen to the brain)and now i have a hard time concentrating and memory problems because of this.
Answer by nomadfirst ……… try taking memory pills (you know, the ones that help you remember stuff) then eat plenty of vegetables in your diet ……… third consult your doctor if there is anything he/she can do ……… get a therapy ………………
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Sarasota, Fla. (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
FCCI Insurance Group has been recognized as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association for helping employees eat better and move more.
?Physical activity and employee wellness are important priorities at FCCI. We are honored and excited to be recognized by the American Heart Association as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite,? said Craig Johnson, FCCI president & CEO. ?We?re committed to providing the best workplace environment possible, as well as many options for our employees to improve and maintain their overall health and wellness.?
Offer employees physical activity options in the More >
Reasearch Triangle Park, NC (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
Bayer CropScience today announced it is teaming up with the United Fresh Produce Association Foundation to support Let?s Move Salad Bars to SchoolsTM, a public health initiative developed to increase children?s fruit and vegetable consumption by providing salad bars to schools across the United States. This initiative is supported by evidence that children will choose fresh and healthy foods if they are available.
Bayer CropScience plans to donate 10 salad bars this year to select elementary and secondary schools in Florida, California and areas in the Pacific Northwest to help create a More >
Question by ♠Gotham♠: What are you doing to save the World? From environment issues to hybrids to becoming a vegan…what are you doing to save the world? Or do you care?
Answer by Kevin HI don’t really care
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Experimental Cast Polymer Pump Impellers & Diffusers Resists Cavitation, Corrosion and Erosion Offering a Cost Effective Alternative to Metal and Composite Impeller Pumps
Closter, New Jersey (PRWEB) March 31, 2013
A study released this week by Intech Power-Core finds that polymer impellers and pump components can outlast and outperform metals and composites. This experiment studied an impeller made of stainless steel and compared it to a pump impeller running in the same environment but made from Power-Core
GripCote-X Water-based, Non-slip Coating for Matting Added to Martinson-Nicholls Lineup of Anti-slip Mat Solutions
Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
Martinson-Nicholls announces its new GripCote-X non-slip coating for floor mats. GripCote-X is the perfect anti-slip accessory for a variety of mats. It is applied easily by soft bristle brush, roller or spray and is non-toxic, making it a simple Do-It-Yourself accessory product appropriate for homeowners, small businesses or larger businesses looking for a long-term and environmentally friendly solution to the problem of mat movement. Martinson-Nicholls will also pre-apply GripCote-X for its customers to any mat as an added service.
Slippages, movement, curling and bunching present an ongoing problem with commercial mats. This is particularly the More >
Question by mychoochootrainkilledmom: is eating less meat better for the environment? what’s better for the environment? going vegetarian, going vegan or just eating less meat?
Answer by SonnygrlAll!
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Step By Step Now Offers Behavioral Health Counseling Service to Help those Affected by Autism to their Improve Social Skills
Worthington, OH (PRWEB) March 30, 2013
Step By Step, Inc., the highly regarded nonprofit autism treatment center serving children, adolescents and adults with developmental disabilities, now offers an expanded variety of comprehensive services for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) as part of its ongoing support of the community. Of the organization’s expanded services is behavioral health counseling provided on site to center-based consumers.
Children with ASD struggle greatly with picking up on social cues and often experience anxiety because they don?t know how to behave in certain situations, especially in unfamiliar settings. Improving social skills is the key More >
Question by Austin: Why does the Republican Party continue to ignore global warming and other environmental problems? There is plenty of proof that it exist.
Answer by LN ®Have you stopped buying any foods, goods that rely on oil for distribution/production? Have you traded your car in for a horse yet? If not, you’re just one of many lib hypocrites
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