Dr. Hadi Rassael takes on Hair Loss

CHEVY CHASE, MARYLAND, USA, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Hair loss affects millions of people. It doesn’t have to permanently disrupt your life. With decades of experience, Dr. Hadi Michael Rassael has helped thousands with a state of the art hair restoration process.

For over twenty years, Dr. Hadi M. Rassael has aided patients around the country with advanced hair restoration techniques.

The science behind hair restoration is complex, and when hundreds of companies a year prey on the insecurities of clients nationally, how do you know who to trust? With decades of medical training in neck and head surgery as well as cosmetic surgery, Dr. Hadi Rassael stands above the rest, uniquely qualified to engage his patients and Dr. Rassael is able to coach them along to ultimate success, achieving the hair restoration results they are looking for.

The Rassael will you in Understanding the root causes of hair loss and help prepare you for treatment and beyond. The most common cause is androgenetic or hormone driven alopecia. Over time, hair follicles lose the ability to grow hair, as they shrink and finally die. This not only affected men but women as well. By disrupting the health and integrity of each individual hair follicles, androgenetic alopecia strips one of the most important parts of an individual identity away. Through effective treatments, including a hair transplant, Dr. Hadi Rassael has successfully helped thousands of patients. Hair transplantation provides patients suffering from hair loss with a natural solution. Our hair transplants procedure results in a full head of hair which is virtually indistinguishable from a patient's non-transplanted hair. To learn about your options for restoring lost hair contact Dr Hadi Rassael for a consultation.

Dr. Hadi Rassael’s passion for helping his clients goes unmatched. Coupled with his experienced, and caring staff, Dr Rassael will help patients around the country regain their confidence and quality of life through natural hair transplants. By connecting with each of his patients individually, Dr. Rassael makes sure that each client is calm and comfortable before the procedure, and that they leave his practice feeling rejuvenated and full of life. By putting patients first, Dr. Hadi Rassael has achieved monumental results with best in class client satisfaction. Dr. Rassael will only perform a single procedure daily, ensuring ultimate success, and that each client has the staffs undivided attention and resources.

By using only the latest technology that has been tested and proven, Dr. Rassael can help you regain your confidence and start anew. Take back your life today, and contact Dr. Rassael. To learn more and connect with Dr. Rassael, click here.

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Dr. Jan Hamilton is a Trailblazer in Anti-Aging and Preventive Nutrition

Dr. Jan Hamilton

ASPEN, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — With a career in nutrition spanning decades, Dr. Jan Hamilton uses her experience and expertise to help people around the world take control of their health. She hopes through her efforts that she’ll prepare people to live youthful, invigorated lives well beyond their youth.

Dr. Jan Hamilton has given a number of presentations on nutrition throughout her life, and she’s published articles and abstracts in respected peer reviewed journals on fortifying the immune response through individual assessments since the 1990s. She has a vision for people to live long, healthy lives with just the right amount of maintenance along the way to maximize their wellbeing.

“Many people think that their happy, energetic days only belong to their 20s. I’d like to educate people how to take care of their bodies, using the latest nutrition and anti-aging modalities, to keep their cells healthy and youthful for years to come,” says Dr. Jan Hamilton.

Her mission is to educate people on better individualized nutrition so they can take responsible steps to enjoy youthfulness well beyond their 20’s. She’s a graduate OF Texas Tech University, where she earned a B.S. and a M.S. in Food and Nutrition. While in school, she wrote a thesis on the “Satiety of Protein Sources,” which announced her as a major voice in nutrition. She later earned her PhD in Human Nutrition from Louisiana State University, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, presenting new data in her dissertation on the “Effects of Exogenous Female Sex Hormones on Food Intake, Macronutrients, and Body Weight.”

Though her broad intention is improved health for everyone, her major areas of interest include preventive nutrition and weight management, nutritional HRT, cancer prevention and aftercare. She was appointed by Governor George Bush to the Texas Diabetes Council, served as Vice Chairmen of the Texas Osteoporosis Advisory Committee, and was a delegate to 5 State White House Conferences on Aging. President Clinton nominated her to the women’s health white house conference.

Dr. Jan Hamilton’s research is a vital resource for optimal health and wellness, spanning topics from Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) to the prevention and treatment of obesity in special populations. Through her publications and her cutting edge presentations, she introduces the masses to crucial healthcare advances and tips to keeping their bodies in top-notch condition with global research findings.

However, it’s not only to healthcare patients and the everyday citizen she attempts to educate. By bringing a new nutritional dialog before physicians and task force board members, Dr. Jan Hamilton hopes that she can raise instill action into healthcare professionals and beyond. In this way, her research and medical contributions will ultimately find a larger footing for the betterment of all.

“With a new focus on Preventative Nutrition, I am seeking collaboration with top policy makers and trendsetters who focus on preventing debilitating disease. My motto is: Let’s die young, as late as possible,” Dr. Jan Hamilton says.

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22Miles, Inc. Launches New Product: Carry2Mobile™ – Creating a Unique Experience from Digital Displays to Mobile Screens

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Carry2Mobile™ uses HTML5 technology to seamlessly transition the user experience from a digital sign to a mobile device’s web browser.

22Miles, Inc. has unveiled Carry2Mobile, which uses HTML5 technology to transition the user experience from a digital sign to a mobile device’s web browser.

Brands can use local and branded content to make each experience more personal to the location which will driver higher ROI”

— Tomer Mann, SVP of Global Sales

MILPITAS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — 22Miles, Inc. has unveiled an exciting new product, Carry2Mobile™. Carry2Mobile™ uses HTML5 technology to seamlessly transition the user experience from a digital sign to a mobile device’s web browser. Motivated by user feedback and market research, 22Miles, Inc. was determined to empower the digital audience to experience content on a mobile phone with no downloading necessary. In result, this new capability benefits the display owner as it leads to higher usability, and the end user as it is now much more seamless to consume content on the go.

“The potential to further drive digital engagement for consumers across Smart Retail, hospitality, and education while allowing all digital signage content be taken on the go in a simple interface link, will enhance the entire user experience. Furthermore, brands can use local and branded content to make each experience more personal to the location which will driver higher ROI,” says Tomer Mann, SVP of Global Sales.

To implement, 22MILES can work with any media player and the platform can be accessed from QR Codes, custom text, and other read to write technologies. Carry2Mobile™ brings to market a variety of key differentiators including serving multiple users at once, the ability to integrate advanced analytics, and the capability to customize based on persona.

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CMS Focus on Full Crisis Continuum

Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) sent a letter to State Medicaid Directors promoting a full continuum of crisis service.

PHOENIX, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — This week, the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) sent a letter to State Medicaid Directors promoting a full continuum of crisis services to meet the needs of individuals with Serious Mental Illness (SMI) and children with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED). On the same day, DHHS Secretary Alex Azar addressed the National Association of Medicaid Directors and announced an opportunity for short term residential treatment in IMDs using Medicaid funds within a demonstration project.

Secretary Azar stated, “Today, CMS will be sending a letter to state Medicaid directors laying out how to apply for waivers for flexibility … to treat serious mental illness. … [W]e will strongly emphasize that inpatient treatment is just one part of what needs to be a complete continuum of care, and participating states will be expected to take action to improve community-based mental health care. There are effective methods for treating the seriously mentally ill in the outpatient setting, which have a strong track record of success and which this administration supports. … Both tools are necessary and both are too hard to access today.”

Dr. Brian Hepburn with the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) applauded these strong efforts which align with the key priorities of the Beyond Beds Technical Assistance Coalition Assessment Working Papers. NAMI’s Mary Giliberti called it a landmark day and a time to encourage states to improve outpatient services, including crisis stabilization services. She also thanked the administration for listening to the recommendations in the Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee (ISMICC) report to Congress, “The Way Forward.”

Crisis Now co-chair David Covington stated, “With the recent passage of the National Suicide Prevention Hotline Improvement Act, and the strong call to action from CMS and DHHS leadership this week, the nation now has a clear vision to ensure an effective response for all in psychiatric emergency equal to medical care.” He also thanked the CrisisNow.com founding partners: NASMHPD, the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and the National Council for Behavioral Health. The Crisis Now: Transforming Services is Within

Our Reach task force recommendations were prominently featured in the CMS communication:

Improved Access to Services Across the Continuum of Care Including Crisis Stabilization Services
Adults with SMI and children with SED need access to a continuum of care since these conditions are often episodic and the severity of symptoms can vary over time. However, the only treatment options in many regions are inpatient care for acute treatment needs and outpatient care for less serious conditions and on-going maintenance therapy, with little availability of intermediate levels of care. As a result, individuals with serious mental health conditions often go into inpatient facilities or EDs when they could be better served in community-based settings. Furthermore, without supports needed to help transition from acute care back into their communities, adults with SMI are at heightened risk for relapse and readmission…

Strategies for ensuring … appropriate levels of care to meet their needs include encouraging use of evidence-based assessment tools, e.g. the LOCUS and CASII (or CALOCUS), that link clinical assessments with standardized "levels of care" using methods for matching the two. It is also important that the care provided to individuals with SMI or SED is trauma-informed. Another strategy is to increase availability of intensive outpatient and crisis stabilization programs designed to divert Medicaid beneficiaries from unnecessary stays in EDs and inpatient facilities as well as criminal justice involvement. Core elements of crisis stabilization programs include regional or statewide crisis call centers coordinating access to care in real time, centrally deployed mobile crisis units available 24 hours a day and seven days a week, and short-term, sub-acute residential crisis stabilization programs.

About RI International (d/b/a for Recovery Innovations, Inc.)
RI is a global organization that offers more than 50 programs throughout the United States and abroad, characterized by recovery and a focus on what’s strong, not what’s wrong. More than 50% of our employees report a lived experience with mental health, and our retreat model crisis stabilization programs are featured in Crisis Now. The Company also provides training and consulting internationally.

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VP for National Drug Screening Elected to the SAPAA National Board of Directors

Tom Fulmer, CPCT, CHBC

The SAPAA Board of Directors serve as stewards of the organization's mission statement and are responsible for articulating a suitable vision for the future.

With continued growth of the industry and the changes happening within other trade associations, there are many opportunities for SAPAA to grow as an organization and serve our members.”

— Tom Fulmer

MELBOURNE, FL, UNITED STATES, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — During our recent Annual Conference, Board elections were held and the new Board and Officers were announced. Tom Fulmer, Vice President of Business Development and Training for National Drug Screening, Inc., was elected to the national board. The SAPAA Board of Directors serve as stewards of the organization's mission statement and are responsible for articulating a suitable vision for the future. "I am very honored to have been elected to the SAPAA Board. As a board we look forward to the coming year and serving our members in the industry." stated Tom Fulmer.

In addition to his role at NDS,Tom Fulmer currently serves on the South Brevard Society for Human Resource Management Board of Directors in the role of VP of Marketing and previous leadership experience includes the Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and executive committee member; Tom also chaired the Small Business Development Council, served on the Marketing Committee, the Membership Committee, and the Better Business Council. He has served on other boards that include the Florida Mortgage Brokers Association, Yellow Umbrella, and Melbourne Police Foundation to name a few.

Tom added, "SAPAA is fortunate to have a great board that is dedicated to serving the membership and making a difference in our communities. Special thanks to Anne Kelly, the executive director, who has been instrumental in moving the organization forward."

About SAPAA
SAPAA is a non-profit trade association whose members represent alcohol and drug testing service agents, including third party administrators (TPAs), in-house administrators, medical review officers (MROs), DHHS Certified Laboratories, Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs), manufacturers of testing devices, and collection sites/collectors. SAPAA is committed to providing members with up-to-date information concerning regulatory changes, state issues, industry trends, and member discounts on training courses and conferences.

About National Drug Screening, Inc.
We offer drug testing and results reporting by state of the art software. NDS also provides MRO services, drug testing software for TPAs, immediate drug test scheduling with eCCF, drug & alcohol training and policy development for employers. Our web based reporting by certified MROs reduces liability and provides for a fair and accurate drug test result. Our Drug Testing Software includes e-chain paperless drug tests (eCCF), web based reporting and electronic data management. All types of testing available including DNA Paternity, alcohol, urine, hair, oral fluid and more.Drug Free Workplace programs and DOT compliance programs are available for FMCSA, FAA, USCG, PHMSA, FTA and FRA. Including 24/7 coverage for post-accident.

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The Pacific Mesothelioma Center Raises Over $143,000 for Mesothelioma Research at Annual 5K Walk for Meso!

The Pacific Mesothelioma Center raises mesothelioma awareness and funds for it's innovative mesothelioma research at annual 5K Walk for Meso.

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Pacific Mesothelioma Center at the Pacific Heart, Lung & Blood Institute marked its 7th annual 5K Walk/Hike for Mesothelioma on Oct 21, 2018, at the Paramount Ranch. With over 350 walkers, the event raised over $143,000 for malignant pleural mesothelioma research.

The 5K walk for mesothelioma plays a special role to many people for different reasons. For some, it offers them hope, that someday soon there will be better treatment options for this devastating disease. For others it offers them comfort, it reminds them of a family member or friend who died of mesothelioma too soon. And for mesothelioma warriors, who are able to see other warriors like themselves at the walk, it reminds them to keep up the fight.

Walkers arrived at The Paramount Ranch at around 9 AM and after receiving a complimentary T-shirt, and fruit products generously donated by Dole set out on the 5K or 1-mile hike.

After the walk, participants enjoyed a catered lunch by local Agoura Hills favorite Italia Deli, music by DJ Drew Young, and a program led by Master of Ceremonies CHiPS star Larry Wilcox. The live auction featured items such as a photo safari for two in South Africa and a Four Seasons Hotel luxury package. The opportunity drawing featured items such as gift baskets, dining and adventure certificates, and weekend getaways.

Many attendees walk to honor those they have lost to this devastating disease. Returning walker Delia states "I attended the walk to honor my late husband Sal, who courageously battled mesothelioma and sadly lost the fight this past March. I found the walk emotional and at the same time cathartic as it gave me hope that the money raised for research would one day find a cure. There are so very little research funds given to rare, aggressive and deadly cancers like mesothelioma.”

Lisa, a first-time walk attendee shared ” I organized Team Bruce for the walk to honor my dad Bruce Frederiksen who lost his battle earlier this year and to show support for everyone else whose lives have been devastated by this horrible disease. It was an emotionally charged day but I was so proud of the increased awareness this event brought to our cause and I'm thrilled about our successful fundraising for the research that will one day lead to a cure”.

The walk also brings together mesothelioma warriors including two-year mesothelioma survivor Tina who shared with us ”I keep telling my family that there are two fighters in this fight, me and mesothelioma and there’s only going to be one winner, and I’m going to be the winner”.

Donations for the 5K Walk for Mesothelioma are still being accepted at www.phlbi.org/5k-walk-for-mesothelioma.

About the PMC: Established in 2002, the Pacific Heart, Lung & Blood Institute (PHLBI) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The Pacific Mesothelioma Center (PMC), a division of the PHLBI, is focused on the treatment and prevention of malignant pleural mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer caused by asbestos exposure. The PMC serves a growing number of mesothelioma victims by supporting the nation’s first-of-its-kind research lab which provides laboratory-to-the-bedside research that improves mesothelioma victims’ lives and longevity. www.pacificmesotheliomacenter.org

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Chicago Attorney: Parents Are Left in the Dark About Birth Injuries

A Chicago attorney offered vital information to parents in an interview about what a hospital might not say about complications regarding labor and delivery.

The main thing we can do is get them sufficient money to pay for a better quality of life. These cases are especially complicated, and they’re always fought tooth and nail by the insurance companies.”

— Bob Baizer

CHICAGO , ILLINOIS , US, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — A Chicago attorney offered vital information to parents in an interview about what a hospital might not say about complications regarding labor and delivery.The interview took place on the AskTheLawyers.com™ Facebook page, and it featured injury attorney Bob Baizer. He explained that the three main types of birth injuries that he sees the most are cerebral palsy (caused by lack of oxygen at birth), shoulder dystocia (where the baby is too large to be delivered via vaginal birth, causing permanent arm or shoulder injuries), and infections that go untreated, leading to brain injuries.

He said that one major cause of all these injuries is the lack of a timely cesarean section.

“If the fetal monitor strip is not looking like it should, it's time to do a C section,” he said. “If you wait too long, the baby is denied oxygen. And that injures the baby's brain and that can cause horrible, horrible damages throughout the baby's life.”

He stressed that birth injuries have permanent effects for the entire family, and that parents have an overwhelming amount of responsibilities to consider. These include home modifications, medical treatments, and full-time care.

Baizer explained that doctors may not tell the parents if something went wrong during childbirth that caused complications later on. He had a case where a mother happened to notice something odd in her child’s medical records. She noticed it right before the eight-year statute of limitations expired.

He urges all parents of children with conditions like cerebral palsy and shoulder dystocia to speak to a birth injury attorney and explore their options.

“The main thing we can do is get them sufficient money to pay for a better quality of life. These cases are especially complicated, and they’re always fought tooth and nail by the insurance companies that are representing the doctors and also the hospitals,” he said in a news report.

Bob Baizer is an injury attorney and founding partner of Baizer Kolar Neiman P.C. He has more than 40 years of legal experience, and he focuses most of his practice on assisting victims of medical malpractice and vehicle accidents. He has obtained several multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for victims of negligence.

To learn more, contact attorney Bob Baizer today at 888-592-5071

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Hickey Law Firm Announces $4.5 Million Verdict in Car Crash Survivor Action

Attorney John H. “Jack” Hickey

The verdict stands, and the insurance company was required to pay the verdict amount plus post judgment interest for a total of $5,087,699.93

This may not be the largest verdict in the world. But it is the largest verdict in the world for an 89-year-old woman who was involved in a car crash and died 4 1/2 years later of unrelated causes.”

— Jack Hickey

MIAMI, FLORIDA, US, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal on September 5, 2018 entered a PCA (per curiam affirmance) of the trial court’s order. That court on October 17, 2018 denied Defendant’s Motion for entry of an option making the PCA final. The verdict stands, and the insurance company was required to pay the verdict amount plus post judgment interest for a total of $5,087,699.93

Miami attorney Jack Hickey said: “This may not be the largest verdict in the world. But it is the largest verdict in the world for an 89-year-old woman who was involved in a car crash and died 4 1/2 years later of unrelated causes. The case then became a “survivor action” which is for the pain and suffering of a woman who never set foot in the courtroom and whose deposition was not taken. She was brought to life in the courtroom through the photos of Maria “the energizer bunny” before the crash, the medical records, and the testimony of Maria’s daughter and granddaughter. I am proud of the result and happy for my clients.”

Judge Michael Hanzman’s 41 Page order denying defendant’s post-trial motions for remittitur (asking the judge to reduce the verdict) and for new trial (asking for a do-over) said:

“As one court aptly noted, deciding an amount of damages to award for pain and suffering is an “attempt to measure that which is immeasurable…” Food Fair Stores, Inc. v. Morgan, 338 So. 2d 89, 92 (Fla. 2d DCA 1976). For this reason a jury’s award of such damages should be given even greater deference. See, e.g. Berger v. Philip Morris USA, Inc., 3:09 – CV-14157, 2016 WL 2620134, fn. 2 (M.D. Fla. May 5, 2016) (“where damages for pain and suffering are involved” court should be “deferential to ‘the enlightened conscience of the jury’ because these kinds of damages are ‘even further removed from exact calculation and certain measurement.’”);”

Jack Hickey: represented defendants for 17 years; for past 20 years has represented only people with life changing injuries; Past President of the Dade County Bar Association; Currently: Board of Governors of The Florida Bar, Board of Directors of the Florida Justice Association, and Board of Trustees of the American Association for Justice; Double Board Certified in Civil Trial and Admiralty and Maritime Law; Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America in the areas of Admiralty and Maritime and Personal Injury – Plaintiffs.

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GenHigh Tech Introduces the Bluetooth Enabled PICOOC Smart Body Fat Scale to the US Market

The PICOOC Smart Scale is one of the most accurate Bluetooth smart scales on the market

PICOOC Smart Scale can track up to 13 different body measurements via the PICOOC app.

Users can sync data from the PICOOC with the PICOOC app to see all stats and results to better track fitness progress and goals.

PICOOC Smart Body Fat Scale is an advanced Bluetooth scale that can track up to 13 different body measurements via the PICOOC app.

SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — GenHigh Tech, a global leader in high-quality, innovative consumer products, is pleased to announce it has brought the highly accurate PICOOC Smart Body Fat Scale to the U.S. consumer market. As health and fitness become increasingly connected, more and more smart home devices are present in households, starting with consumer-friendly smart scales.

The PICOOC Smart Scale is one of the most accurate smart scales on the market, as it is equipped with 4 high-precision sensors, it can weigh from 18lbs up to 330lbs in 0.2 lbs increments. The device features Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity. Users can sync data from the PICOOC with the PICOOC app to see all stats and results to better track fitness progress and goals.

The PICOOC Smart Scale uses the combination of Bio-electrical Impedance Analysis (BIA) Technology and the PICOOC Health Data Platform (developed by Chicago University researchers) to obtain exact body scores and statistics.

PICOOC’s health data systems are able to accurately track up to 13 different body measurements. These include body fat, body weight, muscle, visceral fat, protein, bone mass, water, body type, body age, BMR, BMI, and your overall PICOOC score.

The PICOOC Smart Scale supports multiple users, and it automatically identifies each family member thanks to step-on technology. All of the data is securely stored in the PICOOC app for instant access. Personal settings including profile, body circumference, and weight goal can be changed for individual users. The measurements can be synced with Google Fit and Apple Health, to maximize their effectiveness.

The device’s LED display also reduces power consumption while providing clear, concise results. The scale’s tempered glass is scratch resistant, the non-slip pads prevent sliding, and its sleek and compact design and the white color perfectly complement any environment. The body is made of strong ABS material that survived a 1.5-meter drop test, and it holds the inner components nicely.

The PICOOC smart scale comes in two versions; Mini Pro and Big Pro. The two scales vary in pricing, size, and thickness of the tempered glass (PICOOC Mini’s 5mm/PICOOC Big’s 8mm). Everything else including the app, measurements, and other features remain the same.

The PICOOC smart scale is available now on Amazon at an MSRP of $59.99 (PICOOC Mini Pro Smart Body Fat Scale) and $79.99 (PICOOC Big Pro Smart Body Fat Scale). All PICOOC products are backed by a one-year Amazon warranty and toll-free 24/7 technical support.

About GenHigh
GenHigh’s mission is to provide consumers worldwide access to high-quality, elegantly-designed smart devices engineered with the latest innovations in technology matched with precision craftsmanship. We are headquartered in China. GenHigh was founded in 2017 with operations in the US and Japan. GenHigh is committed to our goal of connecting consumers & communities through our everyday products. For more information, please visit http://www.genhigh.com.

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PICOOC is the leading developer of smart home and health devices. Since 2013, PICOOC has been occupying a leading position in this industry with an extraordinary market response thanks to the virtues of reliable products and outstanding service. For more information about PICOOC, please visit the Amazon product page.

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NJ Political, Business, Community and Philanthropic Leaders Commit to Break the Cycle of Childhood Trauma

Foundations Pledge $2 Million for Programs //
New Report Reveals Nearly Half of all Children in New Jersey Experience at Least One Adverse Childhood Event

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY, U.S.A., November 14, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — A group of political, business, community and philanthropic leaders committed to address the problem of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in New Jersey. The group announced it will establish a non-profit fund that will support programs addressing ACEs in New Jersey. The Burke Foundation and The Nicholson Foundation will donate the first two million dollars.

ACEs are stressful or traumatic events, including abuse, neglect and household dysfunction. Exposure to ACEs without the presence of a positive buffer, such as a nurturing parent or caregiver, can lead to a toxic stress response in children. Toxic stress can have negative, lasting effects on health and well-being in childhood and later in life. Children who experience toxic stress are at an increased risk of developing depression, obesity, substance use problems and chronic illnesses like heart and lung disease and cancer.

The announcement of the non-profit fund was made in conjunction with an event, “Overcoming Childhood Adversity and Trauma: A Healthier Future for NJ Kids,” held at Morven Museum and Garden in Princeton. The event featured remarks by New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy and Center for Youth Wellness founder and CEO Nadine Burke Harris, who is a pediatrician, a pioneer in the treatment of toxic stress and the author of “The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity.” James Burke, president of The Burke Foundation, moderated the event.

“Partnerships like this play an important role in our efforts to break the cycle of childhood adversity and build a stronger New Jersey,” said New Jersey First Lady Tammy Snyder Murphy. “By addressing the childhood traumas that individuals face early in life and the consequential long-term effects on health and well-being, we are setting children on the path to brighter and healthier futures.”

The event organizers — The Burke Foundation, The Nicholson Foundation and the Turrell Fund — previewed a new report to be published in December that reveals nearly half of all children in New Jersey have experienced at least one ACE in their lifetime, while children of color and those from low-income backgrounds are even more susceptible.

During the event, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield announced their commitment to addressing ACEs. “At Horizon, we see the impact of childhood adversity on the health of our members,” said David Huber, CFO, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield NJ. “Through this partnership, we will address toxic stress, ultimately improving the health of our members and New Jersey.”

Leaders attending the event also included Linda Bowden, regional president, PNC Bank; Dr. Lauren Smith, co-CEO, FSG; Christine Norbut Beyer, commissioner, NJ Department of Children & Families; James Burke, president and chairman, The Burke Foundation; Atiya Weiss, , executive director, The Burke Foundation; Dr. Arturo Brito, executive director, The Nicholson Foundation; and Curt Fields, president/CEO, the Turrell Fund.

The upcoming report from FSG reveals:

• Four in 10 children in New Jersey have experienced at least one Adverse Childhood Experience.

• Relative to other states, NJ has fewer comprehensive data collection efforts to assess the burden of ACEs.

• Children from communities with high rates of violence, from low-income families or involved in our child welfare and juvenile justice systems can face greater adversity and are risk of multiple ACEs.

• The most common ACEs experienced by children in NJ are economic hardship, living with divorced or separated parents, living with someone with substance use disorder and experiencing child maltreatment.

• Several cities in NJ — including Newark, Camden and Trenton — have taken significant steps to catalyze cross-sector action and innovation in clinics, schools and communities.

• There is growing momentum to address ACEs at the national and state levels. Wisconsin, Tennessee, Washington and California may be particularly helpful examples from which to learn.

• Opportunities to address ACEs may include those focused on resilience, prevention and healing at the program, policy and system levels.

ABOUT THE EVENT SPONSORS
The Burke Foundation, The Nicholson Foundation, and the Turrell Fund share deep roots in New Jersey and a commitment to building a brighter future for our state by empowering brighter futures for our children. Together, the three foundations provide grants of $10-12 million a year to support vulnerable children and families.

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