A NewStudy Reveals How to Fill a Vital Gap In Infant Gut Health
New research is showing that a specific probiotic bacteria is key to restoring a baby’s gut to its protective, natural state and providing a foundation for life-long optimal health.
When babies are born they begin to acquire a collection of bacteria called the microbiome –trillions of microorganisms that co-exist in our bodies and live all over us, on our skin, nose, mouth, eyes and gastrointestinal tract, or gut. Research shows that the infant gut microbiome plays a critical role in healthy immune and metabolic development, as well as meeting babies’ dietary needs.
The bacteria in a baby’s microbiome are passed down from their mom at birth. For generations, one strain called B. infantis dominated the infant gut. However, … [Continue reading...]
MSG, a leader in delivering state-of-the-art, cutting edge technology to viewers, announced today that it will telecast the March 24 Rangers-Islanders matchup from Madison Square Garden in 3D, the first network hockey telecast ever produced in 3D. MSG will also be the first network in America to offer home viewers a live 3D sports telecast. In 1998, MSG was the first regular provider of sports coverage in high-definition television, producing all Knicks and Rangers home games in that emerging format.
The Rangers will host a special viewing party of this historic telecast at the Theater at Madison Square Garden that will include appearances by popular Rangers alumni Mark Messier, Adam Graves, Ron Duguay, Nick Fotiu, Ron Greschner, Dan Blackburn and others, as well as fan contests and … [Continue reading...]
With World Stroke Day coming up on October 29th, stroke survivor, American Stroke Association regional ambassador, and author of the memoir A Stroke of Faith: A Stroke Survivor’s Story of a Second Chance at Living a Life of Significance Mark Moore is looking to educate others about stroke prevention and recovery.
A successful business man and entrepreneur, loving husband and father, and avid basketball-lover, Mark Moore had it all. But in May 2007, at the age of 46, his entire life changed when he suffered two strokes. After spending a month in a medically-induced coma, Mark underwent intensive rehabilitation, including speech therapy, physical therapy, and having to relearn basic life skills such as writing a check and tying his shoes. Now, 10 years later, he has made a near-full … [Continue reading...]
Welcome to what may be the best NEWLIFE EXPO ever. We are very happy to be back at our old home, The Hotel New Yorker On 34th St & *8h Ave., which has finally finished being renovated as a Wyndham Hotel.
And we have the most awesome speaker lineup to help enjoy the adventure We welcome Marianne Williamson, Eric Pearl and Dannion Brinkley back to our roster of Stars, who will be joining Sean Morton, Richard Doyle, Gail Thackray, Stacie Breeze and the rest of our awesome lecturers to bring you a weekend you will remember forever.And this is one of our healthiest expos ever as Dr. Joel Wallach joins Dr. Jane Goldberg, Dr. Chi, Dr. Cua, Dr. Paul Ling Tai, Dr. Eric Kaplan, Kat James and others to bring you the latest in alternative healthcare and proper nutrition.
With all that … [Continue reading...]
You should have came out lastnight and joined us, as we have another fantastic event with great people. This was the first of five awesome events here in New York in 2017 so you won't want to miss out!
Wednesday, March 8th 6:45 - 9:45pm, ‘The Art of Active Networking’ is excited to be returning to Ripley-Grier Studios on the 16th floor at 520 8th avenue.
Purchase your tickets would have been for $20. Starting yesterday tickets would have been up to $25 online and then $30 CASH at the door. All tickets purchased on Meetup.com are $20 regardless of time of purchase. Our student pricing is $10, so now is the time to start getting connected if you have a valid student I.D. And as always, Veterans are free!
Take a look at our website for an amazing past tickets and links to our Social Media … [Continue reading...]
TALKS 2015-16 NBA SEASON AND A CAUSE CLOSE TO HIS HEART
NBA Hall-of-Famer Jerry West was nicknamed “Mr. Clutch” for his amazing ability to come in strong on the court when it mattered most. Now, the 14-time NBA All-Star and legendary coach and manager is hoping to win—off the court—for a cause that hits home. Jerry shares a condition with as many as 6 million Americans called atrial fibrillation, or AFib, an irregular heartbeat that puts him at one-in-three odds of having a stroke in his lifetime. Since diagnosis, he has been working closely with his doctor to start and stay on treatment to help prevent a stroke due to AFib, and is now speaking out to encourage others with AFib to do the same.
More than half of people with AFib don’t believe that they are at an increased risk of … [Continue reading...]
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I believe It's high-time we all make the effort to help each other do better, so how can I help you?
Remember, the power of us working together is greater than anything we can accomplish alone!
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Alan Brody, www.ibreakfast.com is helping entrepreneurs pitch their business to highly qualified and wise investors. Mike Segal www.privateequityforums.com/ shares a free entrance into his Private Equity Event on June 26th, in NYC for the winner of the Startupalooza.
Both Alan and Michael share some great advice for entrepreneurs, NEVER GIVE UP, EVEN FACEBOOK, MARK ZUCKERBERG TOOK TWO YEARS OF REJECTIONS TO FINALLY BE HEARDJ
Also, Also authors of Chicken Soup for the Soul Book went to over 100 publishers before anyone showed interest.
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
55 Broad St.
New York, NY 10020
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A Gripping Psychological Thriller that Raises the Question:
Can a Man Ever Escape the Demons of His Past?
MAD DOG HOUSE
Thirty years after escaping his hell on earth—a harrowing childhood in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn—Roddy Dolan is grateful to be living the life of his dreams. He has a successful, fulfilling career as a surgeon and a beautiful home in Westchester. He is passionately in love with his sensitive, smart, and sexy wife, Tracy, and adores their two children, 12-year-old Tommy (even though he’s a handful), and sweet 10-year-old Sandy, his little girl. His past—which included a brutal father who was belly-shanked in the shower at Attica; his drunk of a mother who ignored him; and her violent boyfriend who often pummeled Roddy—is now just a bad dream.
When … [Continue reading...]
Mark Kennedy Shriver (born February 17, 1964) is a United States Democratic Party politician who served as a member of the Maryland House of Delegates for two consecutive terms, from 1995 to 2003. He currently serves as Senior Vice President of US Programs for the charity Save the Children. Shriver married Jeanne Eileen Ripp (born November 30, 1965) on June 26, 1992 and they have three children: Mary Elizabeth “Molly” Shriver (born on 1998), Thomas Kennedy “Tommy” Shriver (born 1999), and Emma Rose Shriver (b. 2005).
Shriver was born in Washington, D.C. He is part of the Kennedy political family, since his mother was Eunice Mary Kennedy. He may also be considered to be a part of the “Shriver political family”, since his ancestor David Shriver was a delegate of Frederick County, … [Continue reading...]
Mark Kennedy Shriver (born February 17, 1964) is a United States Democratic Party politician who served as a member of the Maryland House of Delegates for two consecutive terms, from 1995 to 2003. He currently serves as Senior Vice President of US Programs for the charity Save the Children. Shriver married Jeanne Eileen Ripp (born November 30, 1965) on June 26, 1992 and they have three children: Mary Elizabeth "Molly" Shriver (born on 1998), Thomas Kennedy "Tommy" Shriver (born 1999), and Emma Rose Shriver (b. 2005).
Shriver was born in Washington, D.C. He is part of the Kennedy political family, since his mother was Eunice Mary Kennedy. He may also be considered to be a part of the "Shriver political family", since his ancestor David Shriver was a delegate of Frederick … [Continue reading...]