Day: February 9, 2018

Ron Zemp & Jennifer Zemp’s Longevity Medical Group Invest in a Avocado Plantation in Panama

Portland, OR, February 09, 2018 –(PR.com)– Ron Zemp spent many months scouting land options before identifying an optimum parcel in Panama. Ron Zemp's Longevity Medical Group and his team of investors have worked hard over the last several years to cultivate relationships with buyers in the United States and Europe. The two main organic produce wholesalers in the United States (one on the West Coast, the other on the East Coast). The weather risk in Panama is low as the country has no real natural disasters. It’s outside the hurricane belt. No tornadoes come through it. Some mild earthquakes can be felt in Panama, but they don’t bother the trees. Ron Zemp says, “It is a long term investment. I will earn nothing during the first four years, except for a projected partial crop in year four. In year five is when it will pay off. The avocado trees can live to 60 years, but to remain conservative, even if you based it on a 30-year lifespan the avocado business can be very profitable. The retail price for organic avocados in the United States so far for 2016 has ranged between US$1.26 and US$1.44. Meantime, global demand for all organic produce is also growing rapidly. “I see this as a right-thing, right-time investment,” says Jennifer Zemp. One potential risk with any agricultural undertaking is drought. While Panama gets plenty...

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Medwell Anti Bullying Summit in South Farmingdale, NY on April 28th, 2018

Farmingdale, NY, February 09, 2018 –(PR.com)– Jesse Ruggiere will be hosting the Anti Bullying Summit at Medwell Spa, 34 Hempstead Turnpike, South Farmingdale, NY 11735, on April 28th, 2018 from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM, to benefit the Long Island Coalition against Bullying based in Farmingdale, NY. “I was bullied in High School, often called a gimp or a cripple due the limp in my step from my car accident. I was pestered by cyber bullies, and received prank phone calls with people telling me that my life had no purpose, and I should just kill myself due to my limp. I was suffering from depression, wondering why I was still alive after my accident. The words from my peers did nothing to help ease my pain. I read the stories about bullying and young adults committing suicide, and it breaks my heart. Now I want to do something to help bring Long Island’s next generation of leaders together,” said Jesse Ruggiere. Jesse became the first certified DDP Yoga Level 1 instructor in the state of New York in 2015, and has gone on to teach over 300 hours of DDP Yoga. At the Anti Bullying Summit there will be a presentation by Joseph Salamone on bullying. Jesse Ruggiere will be speaking about his experience before leading participants through a modified DDP Yoga Level 1 Workout. There is a...

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The Doors Depot – Trustworthy Store That Works for Client’s Profit; 10 Tips for Choosing the Front Door

New York, NY, February 09, 2018 –(PR.com)– It is no secret that the front door is the face of the home; but when looking for the best ones, everyone comes upon with several problems and questions. To simplify the task, the Doors Depot tried to figure out the main criteria that every door should have. Security front doors are the first element that protect the house. Today, the world of entry doors can please any customer, as there are an incredible variety of colors, design solutions, and construction options for exterior doors. The question is how to choose the right door? The Doors Depot directed all their strength and knowledge of experts and counted data into the various informative recourses. The Door's Depot researched and provides the following tips and recommendations to follow when choosing doors for sale at online stores: 1. Durable door leaf. Of course, burglars can easily break-in wooden doors. But steel front doors are another thing. Even if the entry doors made of thin metal, they are hard to hack without special tools. According to the standards, the thickness of the steel sheet of the door should be 1.5-2 mm. The Structure of the steel sheets made by professionals protects the home. The only drawback is in the place where locks and hinges installed steel must have double thickness. 2. Hinges are the link between...

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KCP Applauds Bipartisan Congressional Budget Deal Expanding Medicare Coverage Options for Dialysis Patients

Washington, DC, February 09, 2018 –(PR.com)– Kidney Care Partners (KCP) – the nation’s largest kidney coalition comprised of physician groups, providers, patient advocacy groups, manufacturers and researchers – today applauded the bipartisan Congressional budget deal that would improve and expand Medicare coverage for individuals living with kidney failure. The deal (H.R. 1892), introduced by Senate and House leadership, includes provisions that provide thoughtful, patient-centric policies that will measurably improve access to quality care. Specifically, KCP supports the provisions that will expand the use of home dialysis therapy through use of telehealth services; expedite patient access to quality dialysis care at newly certified facilities; and extend authority for Special Needs Plans (C-SNPs) without interruption in care. All these provisions were previously introduced in bills that passed in the House or Senate, including The Chronic Care Act (S. 870) and The Medicare Part B Improvement Act (H.R. 3178). Kidney Care Partners thanks the authors of these provisions: Sens. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Ron Wyden (D-OR), Johnny Isakson (R-GA) and Mark Warner (D-VA) and Reps Kevin Brady (R-TX), Greg Walden (R-OR), Frank Pallone (D-NJ), and Richard Neal (D-MA). “We commend the House and Senate for striking a deal that is good for Americans living with chronic diseases nationwide, especially those with kidney disease or kidney failure,” said KCP Chair Allen Nissenson, MD, FACP. “The Congressional Budget deal will not only improve patient choice...

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Phlebotomy Career Training’s Telemetry Course is Recognized by the N.T.A. to be the Best in the Nation

Garden City, MI, February 09, 2018 –(PR.com)– The era of earning accredited degrees online through accredited universities has become the accepted norm. However, for schools who are not the main stream accredited educational institutions, credibility remains an issue. These schools operate under the title, Licensed Proprietary School. While they are not typically accredited, they do fulfill a community need of preparing students to enter the local job market in health care related fields such as nursing assistant, patient care technician, EKG technician and other medical related fields that do not require a degree. Training is completed in only a few weeks to several months training and students are given certifications. Phlebotomy Career Training recognizes the need for fast paced training in medical health fields and has been training students for over ten years both in class and online. What sets Phlebotomy Career Training apart from the other licensed proprietary schools is their dedication and commitment to high quality education, as evidenced by their instructor’s credentials. Most proprietary school instructors only need a minimum of a high school education and 2-3 years of training in their respective field to be able to teach classes. Phlebotomy Career Training’s instructors all have either a PhD, MD, BSN, MSN or MSN-FNP along with 15-20 years university teaching as well as clinical experience. Even at the community college level students don’t always have instructors...

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