Month: July 2017

DF Tennessee Wants Safe, Crime-Free Neighborhoods

Drug-Free Tennessee participates each year in National Night Out Against Crime by distributing the Truth About Drugs booklets to neighbors. Nashville, TN, July 19, 2017 /PressReleasePing/ – In the last month alone, there have been nearly one hundred crimes reported by the Nashville police department just in the Edgehill neighborhood. In response, Drug-Free Tennessee will join community partners, neighbors and police for National Night Out Against Crime to put an end to rampant crime and drug violations. Night Out Against Crime is meant to stop crime before it starts. It was designed to heighten awareness; generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime programs; strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back, according to This year marks the 34th annual event held to combat drug use and prevent crime. This is the 9th year that Drug-Free Tennessee has participated in the Nashville festivities. Neighborhoods frequently celebrate with a mix of food, dancing, information booths and crime forums to help promote safer living. Rev. Brian Fesler, regional coordinator for Drug-Free Tennessee, says, “Youth today are having to make decisions about drugs at a younger age. We need to get them reliable information so they can make educated choices.” Drug-Free Tennessee is the local chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World, which provides booklets with...

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The Only LDN Dedicated Medical Conference in the World comes to Oregon

World experts share the latest Trials and Studies for Autoimmune Diseases and Cancers Norfolk, UK, July 14, 2017 /PressReleasePing/ – Portland, Oregon is where The LDN 2017 Conference will take place September 22-24th at the Sheraton Portland Airport Hotel and will be LiveStreamed around the globe! The highly acclaimed speakers include, Pain Specialist Pradeep Chopra MD, Gastroenterologist Leonard Weinstock MD, Oncologist Professor Angus Dalgleish and Researcher Jarred Younger MD. CEO of the LDN Research Trust, Linda Elsesgood said “We are very proud to be able to share with the world the knowledge and experience of our 30 expert LDN speakers at the LDN 2017 Conference. Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has been used since 1985 to help regulate a dysfunctional immune system, it is a cheap drug with little to no side effects. It has been successfully used for treating Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn’s Disease, Autism, Chronic Pain, Cancers etc” There have been many LDN trials and studies over the past few years including Crohn’s Disease, Juvenile Crohn’s Disease, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Cancer with more planned. Naltrexone and therefore LDN, is out of patent which means no drug companies will carry out trials as there is no money to be made. This means acquiring the required funding is very difficult for trials and a slow process. We hope that we can speed up the process with this conference which is the...

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Volunteering in the digital age, new perspectives

Dedicating a small part of your time to produce content of interest or help necessary for a specific population, community, groups or even “tribes” is an excellent opportunity to help others. Paraná, Brazil, July 05, 2017 /PressReleasePing/ – In today’s modern world of information technology, many activities gain a better dynamics if products and services have, in addition to the original seriousness, an endless range of partners. Through Internet it is possible to be nourished by volunteer networks, whose purpose is to provide a variety of activities with absolute focus on the well-being of humanity. As a first aid tool or quick information is made available, energy is saved and time is gained in solving problems. Dedicating a small part of your time to produce content of interest or help necessary for a specific population, community, groups or even “tribes” is an excellent opportunity to help others. We are living in a time when mass production of non-informative yet practically “entertainment” content dominates the publications on Internet, see the large number of “PopStar” Youtubers, not that they are not necessary either, but cultural content, relevant information and even mass assistance can and should be transmitted by these modern technology icons. That is the use of popularity to help others. Easy to handle and use, Planeta Voluntários was born with the premise of strengthening partnerships, adding knowledge and disseminating it...

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