Mar 25

Professional Dress for Men and Women

Professional Dress for Men and Women

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Mar 19

Latest Women’s Groups News

Women's groups 'held hostage' over violence bill
Women's support groups have been "held hostage" by ministers keen to pass a new law against violence without any changes, Plaid Cymru has claimed. The Violence Against Women Bill was passed without objections after opposition parties accepted …
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Teen Center receives 0 from Democratic women's groups
Each group explained its mission and gave out materials listing activities and meeting dates. The Women's Network focuses on providing information on public policy issues at the state and local levels while the Women's Club works to elect Democrats to …
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Women's groups: Pledging for gender equality by 2030 is not enough
This sounds like welcome news, so why are women's groups be upset? Labeling the plan unambitious, Women's Rights Caucus expressed concern that the bill was being watered down by certain states, saying it "represents a bland reaffirmation of existing …
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Mar 16 Debuts Real Millionaires. Real Luxury. Theme

New York City, New York (PRWEB) March 13, 2015, the worlds largest millionaire dating site, announced today that it is changing its theme to Real Millionaires. Real Luxury. The updated message reflects the sites unique ability to verify that members who claim to be wealthy are actually being accurate about their financial statuses. The site has over 2 million members.

We wanted our theme to reflect our core mission, which is to provide a real millionaire dating experience for people who are seeking real relationships people who value real luxury, said Brian, marketing manager of This isn’t a sugar daddy site. Its a place where high quality people can meet other successful, attractive and available singles. was started 14 years ago with the goal of serving a very exclusive, elite clientele of rich and attractive men and women. Clients include CEOs, pro athletes, doctors, lawyers, investors, entrepreneurs, beauty queens, super models, and Hollywood celebrities who are all seeking millionaire dating opportunities and a serious, long-term relationship.

The site goes through a verification process for members who want to present themselves online as millionaires. Verification includes a confidential review of personal financial statements, tax returns, and references. The goal is to ensure that member profiles are accurate. This is a true millionaire club, Brian said.

Everyone thinks that dating for people at this level is a snap, but the truth is quite the opposite, Brian added. It can actually be quite difficult. Once you have achieved a certain level of success, it can be harder than ever to find someone interested in you for who you are and not what you have. This can make meeting your soul mate, someone special who is interested in a lasting relationship, a real challenge. We make it possible to find the right partner, with discretion and class.

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Mar 13

New Model Predicts Risk of Unexpected Uterine Sarcoma Following Surgery for Presumed Benign Leiomyoma

Durham, NC (PRWEB) March 12, 2015

In a study published in The Oncologist on March 12, 2015, researchers describe the development of a new model that predicts the risk of unexpected uterine sarcoma in women undergoing minimally invasive procedures for the removal of presumed benign leiomyoma.

Although minimally invasive techniques are widely used for the surgical management of uterine leiomyoma, there is significant controversy regarding the use of morcellation to remove bulky tumors laparoscopically. Uterine sarcomas are often discovered incidentally after the surgical removal of a mass that is presumed benign. In these cases, there is some concern that morcellation can unintentionally disseminate malignant tissue throughout the peritoneum. To date, however, estimates of the risk of unexpected uterine sarcoma have lacked precision.

To help quantify this risk, a team of researchers led by Andrew S. Brohl, MD, at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, NY, retrospectively evaluated the incidence of unexpected uterine sarcoma among women undergoing minimally invasive leiomyoma removal at Mount Sinai facilities since 2005. The research team also conducted a meta-analysis by pooling their findings with those of similar studies conducted between 1980 and 2014.

Our study represents an advancement in the understanding of the risk of unexpected uterine sarcoma in the setting of surgery for presumed benign leiomyoma, Dr. Brohl said. Importantly, our risk model is the first to take into account how much a patients age affects her risk and shows that some age groups are at a much higher risk for unexpected uterine sarcoma than previous estimates imply. In addition, Dr. Brohl expects that clinicians and expert groups can use this risk-prediction model to inform practice guidelines and to provide more accurate and more individualized counseling to patients who require surgical intervention for uterine fibroids or myomas.

In the retrospective analysis, the research team examined the Mount Sinai Data Warehouse (MSDW) database, which includes data on more than 3 million patients, to identify a cohort of 2,075 women who had undergone myomectomy for presumed benign leiomyoma between 2005 and 2014. Within this cohort, a total of 6 cases of unsuspected leiomyosarcoma or other uterine sarcomas were found at the time of surgery.

Next, the research team pooled the MSDW data with findings from 8 additional studies conducted between 1980 and 2014. In the total sample of 10,120 patients, 18 cases of leiomyosarcoma and 8 cases of other uterine sarcomas were identified at the time of surgery for presumed benign leiomyoma. The overall aggregate risk of unsuspected uterine sarcoma was 2.94 per 1,000 cases, or 1 in 340.

An analysis of age-stratified risk revealed that the risk of unsuspected uterine sarcoma varied significantly by age, with a more-than 5-fold difference between the highest- and lowest-risk groups. Women aged 75 to 79 years had the highest risk of unsuspected uterine sarcoma, at 10.1 cases per 1000 surgical procedures, or 1 in 98. By comparison, women aged <30 years had the lowest risk, at <1 case per 500.

According to the study authors, the age-stratified risk-prediction model may have a role in supporting individual treatment decisions in the clinical practice setting. In addition, the risk-prediction model may play a role in shaping future surgical guidelines used in the management of leiomyoma.

Edwin Choy, MD, PhD, Director of Sarcoma Research at Massachusetts General Hospital and a member of The Oncologists editorial board, noted, Dr. Brohl and his team reviewed over 10,000 cases of myomectomies in order to quantify unexpected cases of uterine sarcomas and stratify this risk by patient age. As a result of this research, patients can now be counseled with empirical data on their risks for undergoing a minimally invasive procedure. Additionally, hospitals, states, and medical organizations will be able to consider this data when setting policy or guidelines regarding the practice of morcellating tumors in the intraoperative setting.”


The full article, titled Age-Stratified Risk of Unexpected Uterine Sarcoma Following Surgery for Presumed Benign Leiomyoma, can be accessed at

Mar 10

Finish Line CEO Talks Running, Retail & Other Big Issues

Finish Line CEO Talks Running, Retail & Other Big Issues
Finish Line Inc. and its acquisition-hungry arm, Running Specialty Group, are sprinting from one deal to the next. The subsidiary of the Indianapolis-based retailer last week added to its collection of independent stores by purchasing JackRabbit Sports …
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Washington-area obituaries of note
Alexander “Sparky” Kisse, 97, who owned and managed Independent Cleaning Co., a now-defunct window-cleaning business in New Carrollton, Md., from 1957 until the mid-1970s, died Feb. 12 at a hospital in Cheverly, Md. The cause was pneumonia, said …
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Hillary Clinton's self-inflicted scandal
Although use of a government account was not legally mandatory, the White House says that every agency was told that "employees of the Obama administration should use their official email accounts when conducting official government business.".
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Mar 03

MsGenuity Brings Crowdfunding to the Mom and Family Consumer

Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) March 03, 2015

MsGenuity today launched the first reward-based crowdfunding portal developed solely for the mom and family consumer. The site enables both funding and consumer input into the development of innovative product designs, creative projects and worthy community events. By serving an untapped market the mom community that controls 85% of the $ 1.5 trillion discretionary income of US households MsGenuity plans to expand crowdfunding beyond its current male-consumer focus.

We want to balance and expand crowdfunding, by adding more Yin to the industrys over-abundant Yang. By empowering moms and the family consumer as backers and active participants sharing ideas with product designers and project creators, were adding consumer input which will result in greater market success, said Marcia Christ, CEO. Were designing MsGenuity to become another trusted source of good ideas and innovations that matter.

The MsGenuity site is being launched with seven (7) crowdfunding projects. They range from funding a documentary on the Petticoat Painters (a group of women artists organized in the 1950s to overcome the male bias within the art exhibition market), to launching the Matte (a patent-pending portable make-up platform for home and travel usage), to funding a new album for the Lauren Mitchell Band (a regional blues group expanding to national coverage), and more.

Each project owner is reaching out via social media to their family, friends and followers to financially back their campaign by contributing funds ranging from $ 5 to $ 1,000. In return, backers receive a reward which can include a simple thank you on social media, to a copy of the product being funded, to a dinner with the product development team or even the opportunity of naming the product under development.

The MsGenuity crowdfunding site features a Neighborhood facilitating collaboration and idea generation. It includes live chat among backers and project owners, an entrepreneurial-oriented blog on how to successfully launch startups, a mom video blog and forum, as well as an outreach program for mom bloggers.

About MsGenuity

Directing MsGenuity is Marcia Christ, CEO and President. She was formerly Creative Director and Senior VP at Ogilvy & Mather. Product development is overseen by John Montelione. He co-founded Mercury Systems and Guardian Solutions acquired by Griffon Industries. MsGenuity is a Delaware corporation registered in Florida. Our address is MsGenuity LLC, 5020 Clark Rd, Suite 137, Sarasota, FL 34233.

Feb 28

Marijuana Icons Tommy Chong and Cheryl Shuman Headline World’s Largest Cannabis Convention in Seattle

(PRWEB) February 17, 2015

From Thursday, February 19 to Saturday, February 21, the nations largest cannabis expo CannaCon (, will take place in Seattle, WA at the beautiful Bell Harbor International Conference Center located on Pier 91 at Smith Cove. Marijuana icons Tommy Chong, best known as one-half of the legendary cannabis-fueled comedy duo Cheech & Chong, and Cheryl Shuman, known in the industry as the Martha Stewart of marijuana, headline the convention.

CannaCon is a smoke-free business expo for growers, processors, retailers and those interested in the emerging cannabis industry. Exhibitors will be offering thousands of goods and services designed to stimulate state of the art cultivation equipment, innovative processing and extraction methodologies, and successful management and marketing tools and resources.

CannaCon is dedicated to building lifelong partnerships with the entire Cannabis Industry, says Alyssa Hoppe, Director of Operations for Smart Promotions. This can’t miss networking opportunity at the convention will showcase the best of breed industry products and entrepreneurs making history by leading the sector.

Chong, who served a nine-month prison sentence in 2004 for shipping bongs to Pennsylvania and battled prostate cancer in 2012 with a controversial cannabis oil protocol, has become a passionate advocate for cannabis freedom and fairness. Now at 76 years old, Chong adds entrepreneur to his resume with his new line of medicinal marijuana called Chong Star, The “Chong Roller” by Futurola and the Tommy Chong Green Card (, a frequent buyers club card for consumers. The card, retailing at $ 19.95 may be loaded to spend at dispensaries as cash while earning points and rewards such as discounts on favorite strains, show discounts, and monthly specials.

Cheryl Shuman is the Founder of the Beverly Hills Cannabis Club (, CEO of Cheryl Shuman Inc. ( and a cannabis expert who has generated over $ 537 million worth of earned media, which has had a huge impact on shifting the course of history and overall public opinion. Shuman was recently featured on the cover of Adweek as Pots First Marketer (, in Elle Magazine as The Most Powerful Women in the Pot Industry ( and named The Cannabis Queen of Beverly Hills by The New York Times Sunday Magazine (

Shuman, who runs Cheryl Shuman Inc., a marijuana business, branding and public relations company, recently announced the launch of, the marijuana industrys first cannabis business crowdfunding platform. Marijuana is the investment opportunity of our lifetime and through CannnaDabbaDoo and Cheryl Shuman Inc.s business development division, we are pioneers blazing the trail matching investors to cannabis related businesses, says Shuman. Investments are driven by the broader legalization of marijuana, inspired by states need for tax revenue and early adopters are excited at the potential growth of this industry.

Shuman will be speaking on Thursday, February 19 at 10:30 a.m. on Funding and Investing in the Cannabis Industry.

If youre serious about success, CannaCon is the most important event for you to see, and for your company to be seen at, says Robert Smart, Owner of Smart Promotions.

At CannaCon there will be 50 educational seminars across three full days of programming designed to cultivate success in CannaBusiness, covering topics from start-up to sales. Additionally, aspiring Budtenders can participate in the CannaCon Budtender Certification course where they will learn about products, proper dosage, safe consumption, and cannabis customer service over five (5) hour-long sessions.


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Feb 22

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People in Business for Feb. 22, 2015
Dr. Rachael Roberts, internal medicine physician with Women's & Children's Hospital, was appointed president of the Lafayette Parish Medical Society. Other officers are Dr. Jason Shumadine, vice president, and Dr. Larry Simon, secretary/treasurer.
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MSU can play with Big Ten's best
•BACK TO NATIONALS: For a second year in a row the Michigan State women's Division II club ice hockey team is returning to the national tournament. It will be played March 4-8 in York, Pa. These Spartans are ranked in the top four in the West. The team …
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Don't give a rooster to Brenda Swartz
Brenda Swartz, 51, became president and CEO of Chicago's Concordia Place after a career in technology consulting. Twelve years later, she has taken the Lutheran ministry from one child care center to a $ 4.5 million nonprofit with educational and …
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