Posts Categorized: Public Health

Pamela J. Pine, PhD, MPH, & Global Award-Winning Speaker Announces Website Launch & Tour

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After decades of an esteemed career in international child sexual abuse (CSA) prevention and mitigation and public health (in over 20 countries in Africa, Asia, Central/Western Europe, Latin America, U.S., Middle East/North Africa), award-winning speaker, educator, and trainer, Dr. Pamela J Pine announced today the launch of her website and speaking tour. Dr. Pine is… Read more »

StopPestInfo.com Releases Report Saying Bed Bug Victims Win Over Humiliating Bites

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A new report from StopPestInfo.com says bed bug infestation has increasingly become a pressing problem in public spaces rather than in individual households. Hostels, university dorms, schools, and laundries are posing a risk of picking up these bloodsuckers and bringing them to homes. Cases of terrible bed bug infestations detected this fall have made headlines… Read more »

StopPestInfo.com Answers What Pest Threats USA Will Face Following Hurricane Irma

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The devastating impact of Hurricane Irma is yet to be assessed but it is already clear that this catastrophic event and its aftermath will pose considerable pest threats to residents of the affected areas. StopPestInfo.com has examined the consequences of natural disasters happening in the past, identified major pest threats to be expected after Hurricane… Read more »

Promote Dental seeks to level the playing field for small, new dental practices

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The popular SEO marketing service for dentists, PromoteDental, is expanding its team and the scope of its operations in order to help smaller and/or newer dental practices compete more fairly with their big-name competitors. Founder and team leader Yasir Khan, a popular marketer and blogger, empathizes with dentists as an entrepreneur. He knows that in… Read more »

Downtown Center BID & PATH (People Assisting the Homeless) Partner To Assist Downtown LA’S Homeless

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Building on its long history of homeless outreach, the Downtown Center Business Improvement District’s [DCBID] recent partnership with PATH [People Assisting the Homeless] has exceeded all initial expectations during its first six months, announced Carol Schatz, President and CEO of the DCBID. “Homelessness is one of the most critical issues currently facing Downtown Los Angeles… Read more »