Breast Milk Storage Products Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2020 – 2026

Latest Market Analysis Research Report on “Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market” has been added to Wise Guy Reports database.

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Global Breast Milk Storage Products Industry

New Study On “2020-2026 Breast Milk Storage Products Market Global Key Player, Demand, Growth, Opportunities and Analysis Forecast” Added to Wise Guy Reports Database

The Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market is a growing sector with several subsectors such as design, manufacturing, distribution, and after sales services. In the past, the market had seen an increasing curve in the sales chart, but the past few years have been different. The sales of the products from the Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market have reduced.

There are several factors that influence sales in Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market such as government policies, investment in research and development, environmental factors, availability of raw materials among others. A study was conducted to understand the factors that influence the Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market and what strategies can be adopted to improve the sales in the coming years.

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The major players in global Breast Milk Storage Products market include:
Ameda, Lansinoh, Philips, Mayborn Group, Medela, NUK, Pigeon Corporation

Key Players

The report presents detailed business profiles of each of the key players in the Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market. This is mainly aimed at providing a comparative study of the market competitors and the current competitive scenario. It covers the product portfolios as well as the strategies built and adopted by these companies regarding business expansion. The analysis of the strategies and developments regarding each of these key vendors has been carried out to provide an understanding of the prevalent market competition. 

Market Challenges

The various challenges that are faced by the producers and the consumers are defined in the Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market report. The challenges in many directions to the Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market are given in the report. Some of the challenges faced by the Global Breast Milk Storage Products Markets are an improvement in the plans of the services, managing

Report covers:

Comprehensive research methodology of Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market.
This report also includes detailed and extensive market overview with gap analysis, historical analysis & key analyst insights.
An exhaustive analysis of macro and micro factors influencing the market guided by key recommendations.
Analysis of regional regulations and other government policies impacting the Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market.
Insights about market determinants which are stimulating the Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market.
Detailed and extensive market segments with regional distribution of forecasted revenues
Extensive profiles and recent developments of market players

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Some points from table of content:

1 Breast Milk Storage Products Market Overview
2 Global Breast Milk Storage Products Market Competition by Manufacturers
3 Breast Milk Storage Products Retrospective Market Scenario by Region
4 Global Breast Milk Storage Products Historic Market Analysis by Type
5 Global Breast Milk Storage Products Historic Market Analysis by Application
6 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Breast Milk Storage Products Business
6.1 Ameda
6.1.1 Corporation Information
6.1.2 Ameda Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.1.3 Ameda Breast Milk Storage Products Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.1.4 Ameda Products Offered
6.1.5 Ameda Recent Development
6.2 Lansinoh
6.2.1 Lansinoh Breast Milk Storage Products Production Sites and Area Served
6.2.2 Lansinoh Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.2.3 Lansinoh Breast Milk Storage Products Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.2.4 Lansinoh Products Offered
6.2.5 Lansinoh Recent Development
6.3 Philips
6.3.1 Philips Breast Milk Storage Products Production Sites and Area Served
6.3.2 Philips Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.3.3 Philips Breast Milk Storage Products Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.3.4 Philips Products Offered
6.3.5 Philips Recent Development
6.4 Mayborn Group
6.4.1 Mayborn Group Breast Milk Storage Products Production Sites and Area Served
6.4.2 Mayborn Group Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.4.3 Mayborn Group Breast Milk Storage Products Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.4.4 Mayborn Group Products Offered
6.4.5 Mayborn Group Recent Development
6.5 Medela
6.5.1 Medela Breast Milk Storage Products Production Sites and Area Served
6.5.2 Medela Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.5.3 Medela Breast Milk Storage Products Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.5.4 Medela Products Offered
6.5.5 Medela Recent Development
6.6 NUK
6.6.1 NUK Breast Milk Storage Products Production Sites and Area Served
6.6.2 NUK Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.6.3 NUK Breast Milk Storage Products Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.6.4 NUK Products Offered
6.6.5 NUK Recent Development
6.7 Pigeon Corporation
6.6.1 Pigeon Corporation Breast Milk Storage Products Production Sites and Area Served
6.6.2 Pigeon Corporation Description, Business Overview and Total Revenue
6.6.3 Pigeon Corporation Breast Milk Storage Products Sales, Revenue and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
6.4.4 Pigeon Corporation Products Offered
6.7.5 Pigeon Corporation Recent Development
7 Breast Milk Storage Products Manufacturing Cost Analysis
8 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
9 Market Dynamics
10 Global Market Forecast
11 Research Finding and Conclusion
12 Methodology and Data Source

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Surgical Protective Mask Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2020 – 2026

Latest Market Analysis Research Report on “Global Surgical Protective Mask Market” has been added to Wise Guy Reports database.

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Overview

The value and the volume of the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market at global, regional, and company levels are determined with the help of the market report published on the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market. The historical market value for the year 2020 along with the market value for the upcoming year 2026 is defined in the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market report. The rise in the CAGR percentage is also defined in the market report. The overall growth of the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market along with both the positive and negative aspects of the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market is defined in the market report on the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market.

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The major players in the market include 3M, Honeywell, Kimberly-clark, Cardinal Health, KOWA, Ansell, Shanghai Dasheng, Vogmask, DACH, CM, Hakugen, Sinotextiles, Te Yin, Gerson, etc.

Key Players

The report presents detailed business profiles of each of the key players in the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market. This is mainly aimed at providing a comparative study of the market competitors and the current competitive scenario. It covers the product portfolios as well as the strategies built and adopted by these companies regarding business expansion. The analysis of the strategies and developments regarding each of these key vendors has been carried out to provide an understanding of the prevalent market competition. 

Market Challenges

The various challenges that are faced by the producers and the consumers are defined in the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market report. The challenges in many directions to the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market are given in the report. Some of the challenges faced by the Global Surgical Protective Mask Markets are an improvement in the plans of the services, managing

Report covers:

Comprehensive research methodology of Global Surgical Protective Mask Market.
This report also includes detailed and extensive market overview with gap analysis, historical analysis & key analyst insights.
An exhaustive analysis of macro and micro factors influencing the market guided by key recommendations.
Analysis of regional regulations and other government policies impacting the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market.
Insights about market determinants which are stimulating the Global Surgical Protective Mask Market.
Detailed and extensive market segments with regional distribution of forecasted revenues
Extensive profiles and recent developments of market players

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Some points from table of content:

1 Surgical Protective Mask Market Overview
2 Market Competition by Manufacturers
3 Production Capacity by Region
4 Global Surgical Protective Mask Consumption by Regions
5 Production, Revenue, Price Trend by Type
6 Global Surgical Protective Mask Market Analysis by Application
7 Company Profiles and Key Figures in Surgical Protective Mask Business
7.1 3M
7.1.1 3M Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.1.2 3M Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.1.3 3M Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.1.4 3M Main Business and Markets Served
7.2 Honeywell
7.2.1 Honeywell Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.2.2 Honeywell Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.2.3 Honeywell Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.2.4 Honeywell Main Business and Markets Served
7.3 Kimberly-clark
7.3.1 Kimberly-clark Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.3.2 Kimberly-clark Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.3.3 Kimberly-clark Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.3.4 Kimberly-clark Main Business and Markets Served
7.4 Cardinal Health
7.4.1 Cardinal Health Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.4.2 Cardinal Health Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.4.3 Cardinal Health Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.4.4 Cardinal Health Main Business and Markets Served
7.5 KOWA
7.5.1 KOWA Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.5.2 KOWA Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.5.3 KOWA Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.5.4 KOWA Main Business and Markets Served
7.6 Ansell
7.6.1 Ansell Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.6.2 Ansell Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.6.3 Ansell Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.6.4 Ansell Main Business and Markets Served
7.7 Shanghai Dasheng
7.7.1 Shanghai Dasheng Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.7.2 Shanghai Dasheng Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.7.3 Shanghai Dasheng Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.7.4 Shanghai Dasheng Main Business and Markets Served
7.8 Vogmask
7.8.1 Vogmask Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.8.2 Vogmask Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.8.3 Vogmask Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.8.4 Vogmask Main Business and Markets Served
7.9 DACH
7.9.1 DACH Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.9.2 DACH Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.9.3 DACH Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.9.4 DACH Main Business and Markets Served
7.10 CM
7.10.1 CM Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.10.2 CM Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.10.3 CM Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.10.4 CM Main Business and Markets Served
7.11 Hakugen
7.11.1 Hakugen Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.11.2 Hakugen Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.11.3 Hakugen Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.11.4 Hakugen Main Business and Markets Served
7.12 Sinotextiles
7.12.1 Sinotextiles Surgical Protective Mask Production Sites and Area Served
7.12.2 Sinotextiles Surgical Protective Mask Product Introduction, Application and Specification
7.12.3 Sinotextiles Surgical Protective Mask Production Capacity, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2015-2020)
7.12.4 Sinotextiles Main Business and Markets Served
7.13 Te Yin

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IntuitiveX, WSMA, & US China Innovation Alliance Host COVID-19 Technology Innovation Summit

IntuitiveX, Washington State Medical Association, and US China Innovation Alliance bring together thousands of people for COVID-19 Technology Innovation Summit

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, March 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — IntuitiveX, Washington State Medical Association, and US China Innovation Alliance are bringing together thousands of interested life science innovators, professionals, physicians, entrepreneurs, and investors together to attend the COVID-19 Technology Innovation Summit.

The purpose of the event is to bring together a global audience to discuss the recent innovations tackling the COVID-19 pandemic while providing an update on the current COVID-19 outbreak.

“As the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S., Seattle, Washington serves as ground zero for this unprecedented national healthcare crisis. IntuitiveX, Washington State Medical Association, and U.S. China Innovation Alliance are partnering to host the first online COVID-19 Technology Innovation Summit to help facilitate the most up-to-date information from experts on the front lines and to feature innovative companies developing cutting-edge solutions to help combat this global pandemic.” Dr. Jeffrey Roh, CEO of IntuitiveX.

We will be joined by experts from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Washington State's Department of Health, the City of Seattle, Microsoft Healthcare, and early-stage COVID-19-related startups in an effort to share the innovative ways that Washington State—the epicenter of the U.S. viral outbreak—is taking action to solve COVID-19, one patient at a time.

For-profit companies ranging from startups to established multinational corporations and public health agencies ranging from local, regional, state and federal governments will be providing unique insights into how they are tackling the problem within their organizations and paving the way for innovative thinking to tackle the problems within their communities.

"No one would argue that today, we live in highly uncertain and historically unprecedented times. The worldwide effects of the COVID-19 global pandemic have permanently changed our lives forever. But it’s through challenging moments like these that we, as a society, are faced with a choice to either act passively and do nothing, or actively rally together to overcome the most critical healthcare crisis that our generation has faced in our lifetime." Dr. Jeffrey Roh, CEO of IntuitiveX.

The Agenda

4:00 PM: Global Healthcare Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic — Jeff Roh, CEO of IntuitiveX
4:05 PM: COVID-19 Impact on U.S. Economy — Jun Hong, CFO & Strategist of IntuitiveX
4:10 PM: Q&A Panel

Public Health Agency Perspective

4:20 PM: Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) — Diana Yassanye, Public-Private Partnerships
4:25 PM: Washington State Department of Health — Lacy Fehrenbach, MPH, CPH, Assistant Secretary, Prevention and Community Health
4:30 PM: King County — Executive Dow Constantine
4:35 PM: City of Seattle — Micheal Fong, Deputy Mayor of Seattle
4:40 PM: Evergreen Health (location of the first reported case of COVID-19 in Washington) — Ettore Palazzo, CMO of Evergreen Health
4:45 PM: Q&A Panel

Corporation Perspective

4:55 PM: Microsoft Healthcare — Desney Tan, Managing Director of Microsoft Healthcare & Chief Technologist at IntuitiveX
5:00 PM: Outdoor Research — Jason Duncan, VP of Tactical & Innovation of Outdoor Research
5:05 PM: Swedish Hospital — Jason Goldman, MD, MPH, Infectious Diseases, Swedish Hospital
5:10 PM: Q&A Panel

Startup Innovators

5:20 PM: Transpara Health — Susie Kataoka, CEO
5:25 PM: Arc Health — Nirav Shah and Ajay Gupta, Co-Founders
5:30 PM: Kinaptic — Joseph Curcio, COO
5:35 PM: Redoxagen — Craig Fryar, President & CEO, Torquin, LLC
5:40 PM: Pinpoint Sciences — Lisa Diamond, CEO
5:45 PM: Q&A Panel

5:55 PM: Closing Remarks & Announcements — Jeff Roh, CEO of IntuitiveX

The online, virtual summit will be held via a zoom conference – https://zoom.us/j/501381863 , and will be organized by IntuitiveX, Washington State Medical Association (WSMA), and the US China Innovation Alliance.

About: IntuitiveX is a life science consulting firm and incubator. With a team comprised of life science entrepreneurs, investors, and innovators, they bring a combined 100+ years of experience in R&D, Clinical, Surgical, IP Strategy, Prototyping, Product Development, and Commercialization. They catalyze medical innovation by removing the complexities, cost barriers, and time sensitivities related to introducing new products into the market. From initial concept to final commercialization, IntuitiveX has the in-house knowledge and network to meet the unique needs of the most innovative life science companies in the world. We’ve currently incubated more than 12+ portfolio companies and are always in search of more.

Website: www.intuitive-x.com

Tickets to the COVID-19 Technology Innovation Summit can be redeemed here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/covid-19-technology-innovation-summit-tickets-101001269516

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Doctors On Call Maui Using Telemedicine

Doctors On Call Maui Telemedicine

Doctors On Call Maui

Telemedicine being done

Access medical Care on Your Phone

No wait. Get medical advice, diagnosis, treatment and prescriptions immediately.

We’re here for all residents. With the current environment of closing clinics and difficulties with emergency rooms and hospitals, we offer alternative care for patients without leaving their homes.”

— Dr. Jim Barahal, co-founder of Doctors On Call Maui

LAHAINA, HAWAII, USA, March 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Doctors On Call, Maui’s Urgent Care clinic, is now able to see patients virtually. The team can give advice, diagnose, treat or call in prescriptions. Patients can access care immediately. Here is how:

UHA patients – DOCNOW for UHA FaceTime Hotline. No wait time. No co-pay. Call 808-699-5556. Open from 7am to 9pm.

HMSA, Quest and self-pay patients – go to hmsaonlinecare.com. Log in and choose one of our providers. Kari Adams, David Adams or Norman Estin.

HMSA, HMAA, and PSWA patients – call the office at 808-667-7676, the receptionist will take your information and a physician will use FaceTime to call you back. After hours you can FaceTime 808-699-5556 until 9pm.

During this time of social distancing, Doctors On Call Maui is pleased to be able to continue to care for Hawai‘i residents with convenient, affordable, quality telemedicine and the ability to see a Hawai‘i-licensed, Hawai‘i-located physician 365 days a year from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. via smartphone, tablet or computer.

“We’re here for all residents,” said Dr. Jim Barahal, co-founder of Doctors On Call Maui and DOCNow Virtual Healthcare Centers. “With the current environment of closing clinics and difficulties with emergency rooms and hospitals, we offer alternative care for patients without leaving their homes. Many medical problems can easily be diagnosed and handled with a telemedicine appointment and without risking greater medical consequences.”

From scrapes, minor burns, urinary infections, and the common cold to convenient prescription refills and replacements, Doctors On Call Maui is able to treat a wide range of minor and common illnesses in patients of all ages through telemedicine.

About DOCNow
DOCNow was founded in early 2016 by Dr. Jim Barahal and Dr. Norman Estin to give Hawai‘i residents convenient access to Hawai‘i licensed and Hawai‘i located providers anywhere. An American Telemedicine Association startup member, DOCNow is Hawai‘i’s leader in telemedicine. For more information and a complete list of all DOCNow virtual healthcare center locations, visit DocNowHawaii.com

About Doctors On Call Maui
An urgent care clinic, Doctors On Call Maui, was opened in 1987 in North Kaanapali to offer friendly expert care to both residents and visitors. With a full medical team, they provide fast, effective treatment for injuries and illnesses. The clinic also offers a variety of medical and preventive care services to help patients with fast, effective urgent care treatment 365 days a year at Times Market Place. It is a Walk In Clinic, with no appointment needed, open 7 days a week from 8 am – 4 pm.

Website: doctorsoncallmaui.com
Phone: 808-667-7676

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Isolated Due to COVID-19 Expectant Mom Offered Help and Hope by Online Services

Isolated due to COVID-19, Expectant Mom Offered Help by WebBabyShower.com

Isolated due to COVID-19, Expectant Mom Offered Help by WebBabyShower.com

Two online companies join forces to offer isolated, first-time expectant mom in New York much-needed normalcy and free help during height of COVID-19 pandemic.

BUFFALO, NY, UNITED STATES, March 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Normalcy is almost impossible for most people during this pandemic, yet that’s exactly what pregnant women need to reduce the kind of stress that can threaten their health and the health of their babies. While pregnancy and giving birth are more joyous than stressful under normal social conditions, it becomes downright scary when the pregnancy is during this COVID-19 pandemic. Imagine you’re 8-months pregnant, your husband is a Syrian refugee trapped overseas by the lockdown unable to join you in New York State, the hardest-hit area. Now, add to that stress being ordered into total isolation without your family and friends and you’ll have an idea of what’s happening to Crystal M. and many other women being helped by Webbabyshower.com and Mindful Mamas Raising Tigers, two online companies reaching out with multiple levels of support.

Crystal, who teaches English language skills to refugees, was forced to cancel the baby shower of her dreams even as her birth classes were canceled. Her own mother had just been laid off because of restaurant closings, financial help from Congress would come too late to help her, and Governor Cuomo announced that New York was expected to see the height of the pandemic in 21 days. Without family and friends around her, Crystal wondered how she’d get through her last month. Needing normalcy, she received that and so much more after connecting with Webbabyshower.com, an online site providing virtual baby showers to expectant parents and their families worldwide. She felt alone and stressed before the online baby shower and birth-coaching companies offered their help to her free of charge.

"My ob-gyn has given me strict orders not to leave the house. Even my hospital tour is being done online, which is difficult since this is my first baby and I have so many questions. It’s a very scary time, especially with my due date possibly being in the epicenter of the outbreak. I am ill-prepared for Baby’s arrival with no diapers or a car seat. Now is the time I really need support from family and friends to get through this final month. I believe that not only will your website give me that, but it will allow for me to have a baby shower and some level of normalcy during these trying COVID-19 times. I truly appreciate it; you have made a huge difference in my life by hearing my story and responding," wrote Crystal M. in Buffalo, New York, who is expecting her first child next month.

"When I heard Crystal’s story, I knew I wanted to help her get through extremely difficult circumstances. We’re hosting her baby shower as a gift. I also reached out to a friend who offers online birth coaching, and Lynn has generously agreed to help Crystal out as well. We’ve also started a Rebate Program for expectant moms who are in similar circumstances and they can apply on our website," said Kurt Perschke, owner of Webbabyshower.com.

"More than ever before, it is vital for pregnant women to build their inner power and emotional resilience so they can protect themselves and their babies from unprecedented stress. Every woman deserves to have an empowered birth in defiance of today’s adversities," said Lynn Jackson-Taylor, Founder & Online Hypnobirthing Instructor of Mindful Mamas Raising Tigers, who joined with Perschke to offer help, and also offers moms-to-be birth and postpartum support. Her company has put together a COVID-19 Pregnancy Response that expectant moms can access for free.

ABOUT WebBabyShower.com
WebBabyShower provides new families who are spread around the world a way to be together. They are the oldest and most trusted private baby shower service online and have provided virtual and online baby shower experiences to thousands of families for over a decade. The Rebate Program can be found at https://webbabyshower.com/coronavirus-baby-shower-response/ and for more information, view the one-minute video overview of their online services at https://youtu.be/CrIpY0qMf_o.

ABOUT Mindful Mamas Raising Tigers
The online course Birth Like A Boss is the step-by-step hypnobirthing experience that gives women (and their partners!) the knowledge and skills to remain confident, calm and in control, so they can experience an empowered birth, no matter what. Lynn Jackson-Taylor provides unique video resources as well as bespoke coaching that prepares the mind, protects the body and empowers the souls of women who want a fearless birth. For more information see https://lynnjt.com/coronavirus-pregnancy-birth-support.
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Steven F. Weiner, MD Performs His "reJAWvenation" Procedure For Improving Jawlines on The Doctors Show

Dr Steven F. Weiner’s “reJAWvenation” Procedure Before and After

Steven F. Weiner, MD Performs “reJAWvenation” On Jowls

Dr. Steven F. Weiner On “The Doctors Show” With His “reJAWvenation” Technique

Dr. Weiner's "reJAWvenation" procedure is a near painless 10 minute procedure which involves filler injections to improve jowling and strengthens the jawline

Dr. Weiner's "reJAWvenation" is an ideal procedure for people desiring a more youthful or defined jawline who prefer little to no downtime.”

— Steven F. Weiner, MD

SANTA ROSA BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, March 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr. Steven F. Weiner's trademarked "reJAWvenation" was featured on "The Doctors Show". He performed the procedure in front of a live audience in less than 10 minutes. A brand new device, Frozen C, was used to minimize the discomfort of the procedure, which was describe by Amy (the patient) as "comparable to a flu shot". Softfil microcannulas were used for the injection which "reduce bruising, swelling, and risk" stated Dr. Weiner. "While adding volume (filler) might sound counter-intuitive when there is jowling, proper placement of the filler can actually have a slimming and lifting effect" said Dr. Andrew Ordon, one of host of The Doctors Show. When the "reJAWvenation" was complete, Amy was brought into the audience so the cameras could capture her reaction at seeing her before and after results. The results were immediately obvious as they were revealed and Amy, the audience, and all "The Doctors Show" hosts agreed. She had no bruising or swelling noted in the reveal. "Those are great results" said Dr. Ordon.

Dr. Weiner, also knwon as "The reJAWvenator" noted that candidates for "reJAWvenation" vary from the young patient in their 20's who desire a firmer jawline, to a 60 year old with mild to moderate jowling. Older patients require more filler and often multiple visits to achieve their desired results. Patients with significant jowling or fat collections are best treated with a combination of modalities such as radiofrequency, liposuction, fat dissolving injections, or even surgery.

Preventive measures were discussed that included sun protection, and treatments such as peels, radiofrequency, and skincare. "Downtime?" was asked, and Dr. Weiner responded "there is no downtime and the only restrictions is to minimize strenuous activity until the following morning".

Dr. Weiner developed the "reJAWvenation" after careful analysis of the aging process of the jaw and facial soft tissue. He noted that the jaw looses bone along the lower border and at the gonial angle as a person ages. "Surprisingly, most physicians are still injecting onto the bone in the patients with jowling. Injecting onto bone in the aging patient is counter-productive, and will lead to widening of an already heavy lower face. "ReJAWvenation" adds volume to the areas of anatomic bone loss, which is below and behind the jaw, to replace what is missing." To maximize effects and to minimize risks, Dr. Weiner chooses to place the filler in a superficial plane. This plane also leads to less post-procedure discomfort because the muscles (masseter) and bone aren't irritated.

As previously alluded to, younger patients can also benefit from "reJAWvenation" to build a firmer jawline. The technique is slightly different and Dr. Weiner warns that "females with already wide lower faces, injections may make the jaw appear more masculine, so that needs to be consider prior to injections". Obviously, less filler is needed typically for the younger patients.

Dr. Weiner summizes that "reJAWvenation" is an ideal procedure for patients desiring a more youthful or defined jawline who prefer little to no downtime. "While it is not a surgical result, for a 10 minute procedure, there is demonstrable results" adds Dr. Weiner.

Dr. Weiner positions his practice, The Aesthetic Clinique, as one of the most technologically advanced cosmetic centers in the United States. Dr. Weiner lectures and trains worldwide on advanced injection techniques and aesthetic technologies. The Aesthetic Clinique was awarded the Best Aesthetic Practice in the U.S. in 2018 at The Aesthetic Show. In 2019 and 2020, The Aesthetic Clinique was voted Best Medspa and Best Doctor from The Best in Destin awards. He is one of the world's authorities on Radiofrequency Microneedling and recently published the most comprehensive review of the technology and studies in the Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America. He was recently highlighted on "The Doctors Show" for his trademarked "reJAWvenation" technique for jawline rejuvenation using dermal fillers. Dr. Weiner has over 26 years of experience in the aesthetic industry.

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Coronavirus Crisis: A Preventable Pandemic?

Reuters - "Wet Market" is a local slaughterhouse. Animals purchased are slaughtered site on scene

Reuters – “Wet Market” is a local slaughterhouse. Animals purchased are slaughtered site on scene

Animals slaughtered in close proximity to humans, food, and other species creates unsanitary spillover of bacteria, and is a hotbed for cross contamination

Animals slaughtered in close proximity to humans, food, and other species creates unsanitary spillover of bacteria, and is a hotbed for cross contamination

Carissa Kranz, CEO of BeVeg Vegan Certification. Awarded Super Lawyer and vegan law advocate. Upcoming book: Vegan Law: Know Your Rights

Carissa Kranz, CEO of BeVeg Vegan Certification. Awarded Super Lawyer and vegan law advocate. Upcoming book: Vegan Law: Know Your Rights

Global Vegan Certification Symbol by BeVeg. The logo for plant-based food safety and sustainability. Represents sanitary products and conditions uncontaminated by animals. No cross contamination.

Global Vegan Certification Symbol by BeVeg. The logo for plant-based food safety and sustainability. Represents sanitary products and conditions uncontaminated by animals. No cross contamination.

Global vegan trademark for products and services that do not use or exploit animals. Represented on every continent except Antarctica. BeVeg is a Law-firm-issued vegan symbol.

Global vegan trademark for products and services that do not use or exploit animals. Represented on every continent except Antarctica. BeVeg is a Law-firm-issued vegan symbol.

The CDC says about 75 percent of infectious diseases are of animal origin. Experts warn the next viral pandemic to erupt may be deadlier. What's the panacea?

This global catastrophe would not be happening if we lived in a plant-based world. We must evolve, if only for our own survival. It's time to make veganism go viral.”

— Carissa Kranz, Esq., Founder & CEO of BeVeg Global Vegan Certification

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, March 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The deadly coronavirus, that is now plaguing humankind, has been traced back to a live meat market. So have other deadly global pandemics like SARS. It is believed Ebola is connected to the consumption of bushmeat, the meat of wild animals. E-coli and salmonella are connected to the presence of feces in the food system. A Consumer Reports study found that 100% of the hundreds of pounds of ground beef examined contained fecal matter. The exploitation of animals for meat has also resulted in other contagions deadly to humans: mad cow disease, swine flu (pigs), avian flu (birds), Spanish flu (farm animals), HIV (primates), etc. There is an undeniable link to animal exploitation for meat and deadly human pandemics.

This is a time for all of us to take a pause. What are we doing to ourselves and to this planet? Why has nearly everything shut down in the world except the very culprit of these viral pandemics: Slaughterhouses? Do we realize that in our quest for survival (grocery hoarding) we are feeding and funding the very industry that is known to give birth to these deadly viral pandemics?

COVID-19, dubbed the coronavirus, is an uncontained highly contagious global pandemic spreading at unprecedented rates. To prevent the spread of the virus, we are on heightened alert for germs and unsanitary conditions. We are wearing masks and gloves and wiping everything down with Clorox. We are isolating ourselves from others and in quarantine. Our hands are chapped because we’ve washed them so much. We are all working from home or out of jobs condemned to be home, watching the news dismayed as our world leaders put the world on lock down. We are witnessing the shut down of all non-essential businesses, flights cancelled, stay at home orders in effect, and state and country borders closing, all with the hopes of containing the virus.

With no apparent vaccine, no end in sight, and a death toll that climbs daily, people are panicking, stocking up on supplies and food, as they prepare to hunker down. As we hoard groceries and toilet paper, the virus continues to wreak havoc on human health and destabilize global economies. The Coronavirus has literally caused the world to shut down and panic. To distract the panic, the US Senate passes an unprecedented $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package to save our economy from a Great Depression.

At what cost to lives, the environment, and our overall planetary wellbeing until will we stop heading down the same destructive path? A stimulus package and a vaccine (if found) is damage control. What’s the solution for a sustainable society? What do we need to do to protect our planet and our own well-being? The truth is, this global catastrophe would not be happening if we lived in a plant-based world.

History has shown us time and time again that slaughterhouses and “wet markets” are unsanitary cesspools for feces, blood, guts, disease, urine, and other bacteria to incubate and mutate into deadly human viruses. What else is there? What’s the next pandemic unleashed from animal exploitation for meat to wreak havoc on humankind? For centuries, deadly viruses traced back to animal farming and slaughter have plagued mankind. Is this the Law of Unintended Consequences in play? Is it worth taking any more chances?

Three quarters of infectious diseases are zoonotic spillovers. Just consider these deadly human conditions linked to animal exploitation that are responsible for the deaths of hundreds of millions if not billions of people:

—Coronavirus and SARs are traced to live meat markets, where animals sit alive in cages awaiting onsite slaughter once purchased. The slaughterhouse is a hot bed for viruses to jump from animals to humans and mutate into deadly human viruses.

—Ebola. E. Coli, MRSA, Salmonella, and Hepatitis are all viruses born out of slaughterhouse environments and/or the human exploitation of animals for meat.

—Swine flu strains repeatedly develop during the raising and slaughter of pigs for meat. Mad cow disease (VCJD), a fatal disease which destroys our brain and spinal cord is contracted from the exploitation of cows for meat. Avian flu strains repeatedly develop from the unsanitary conditions of raising and killing birds for meat. Notably, new avian flu outbreaks are happening presently in Turkey and the Philippines during the COVID-19 crisis.

—The Spanish flu, which killed 50-100 million people, and affected 500 million, or one-third of the world’s population, was an avian flu strain traced to an animal farm in Kansas.

—The HIV virus was introduced as a deadly human to human virus after coming into contact with contaminated Chimpanzee blood as we hunted them for meat.

—The measles (MeV), which infects 30 million people annually, and kills close to 200,000 globally, has traced origins to early civilization in the middle east when cattle was introduced to humans as livestock and farmed in close proximity.

—The bubonic plague, or Black Death, plagues humans when they eat animals infected by a deadly bacteria carried by fleas, or come into close contact with their bodily fluids.

—Smallpox, perhaps the deadliest pandemic to mankind, has increasing evidence from DNA and RNA sequencing that this is a zoonotic disease that jumped from animal to human. Some experts believed it originated as cowpox and mutated to evolve to what we call smallpox. It is estimated that the smallpox killed 300 million people in the twentieth century.

—Malaria is speculated to originate in humans from chicken farming before mosquitos became carriers to keep the virus alive.

—Nipah Virus (NiV) is a zoonotic virus transmitted from animals to humans, and can also be transmitted through contaminated food. Its origin is traced back to pig farms, and jumped to humans through sick pigs or close contact with their contaminated tissues.

—Listeria infection is a food borne bacterial illness most commonly caused by eating improperly processed deli meats and unpasteurized dairy products. Notably, processed meat is a group 1 carcinogen, according to the World Health Organization.

— The domestication of the horse led to the common cold virus that plagues humankind, while the domestication of chickens gave humans chickenpox, shingles, and various strains of the bird flu. The introduction of livestock cattle is responsible for the emergence of measles, smallpox, and tuberculosis.

The common denominator? Animal exploitation for meat. It kills us too.

When you make an industry over the exploitation and killing of animals for meat, there is no way to keep bodily fluids, blood, guts, and diseased conditions safe and sanitary for humans. We slaughter 3 billion animals a day and more than 1 trillion animals a year for meat. The industry and conditions required to raise this quantity of animals for slaughter and food is unsanitary, inhumane, diseased, and perhaps the greatest weapon of mass destruction. The death toll for us and them is unprecedented. When there’s a pandemic, they get systematically wiped out, while we scramble to find vaccines to survive. There’s no way around it. The business of exploiting and killing animals for food is a hot bed for highly contagious, deadly viral global pandemics.

History is repeating itself.

Yet, we are still feeding the industry demand. Grocery store shelves are out of meat, and the USDA is heroically assuring the public slaughterhouses will remain open. Do we realize the gravity of live meat markets and slaughterhouses to humankind? What’s the next global viral pandemic that will plague mankind?

Humanity should not build an economy that survives on the business of systematic mass murder of other beings. Humanity should be humane. We are abusing Mother Nature and ruining our natural habitat. This is about humanity’s relationship to nature, to people, to animals, and to the world. What is our true human nature? We are killing our planet, its natural habitat, and it’s inhabitants to raise and kill a trillion animals a year. Is this what human nature wishes to do to Mother Nature? Probably not. This is an intervention by mother nature. Humankind must take pause and listen. Humankind's relationship to nature and all kinds, and all kinds of things must become kind — our kind depends on it.

Every single human being’s life on this planet is at risk of contracting the deadly coronavirus, just by walking out their front door, and sharing airspace with the rest of the world.

This poses interesting legal questions. Are our personal civil liberties undermined so long as slaughterhouses remain open?

In an effort to prevent disease and food borne pathogens, and in the interest of global public health and safety, should the CDC order the closure of all live meat markets and address factory farm / factory slaughterhouse conditions? What’s our fundamental right to clean air, as the world walks around in masks? What’s our fundamental right to life, as the death toll increases? What’s our fundamental right to liberty, as we are forced into quarantine? Do we have rights as victims to the virus as we are deprived of life, liberty, and pursuit and economic property? Can we demand clean air laws, like we have smoke-free laws? Do vegans and vegetarians, which make up about 10% of our global population, have legal rights under the Clean Air Act or Environmental Protection Act? In fact, do we all have rights under these acts because we rely on these federal agencies to protect us? Who can be held accountable for infringing on our fundamental rights? After all, these highly contagious pandemics are viral air pollution. Do these unsanitary practices globally infringe on our fundamental personal civil liberties? Was that meal really worth it?

The Plant-Based Solution

We may not be able to rely on big industry businesses, big governments, or special interest politics to protect us. But that does not leave us helpless. As a species, we can help ourselves and our planet by returning to a plant-based diet. By decreasing our meat consumption, we end the demand for factory farming, live meat markets, factory slaughterhouses, and unsanitary local slaughterhouses (aka wet markets). Thereby, we eliminate the cesspool conditions that give birth to deadly viral pandemics that kill humans, and will continue to kill humans so long as these inhuman and unsanitary practices are in place.

Our survival as a planet depends on us ending the inevitable diseased viral conditions that exist and always will exist so long as slaughterhouses are big business. Let us not forget, this coronavirus crisis and financial crisis would not be happening if we did not exploit animals for meat. Likewise, our climate crisis would end if we stopped exploiting animals for meat. Millions of acres of our rainforests are cleared a year to keep up with consumer demand for meat consumption. It takes tremendous natural resources: land, food, and water to raise and slaughter more than a trillion animals a year for food.

A plant-based world is the panacea.

In our efforts to create a safe, sustainable world, it is important to define terms. Vegan is a term that is not legally defined but means containing no animal parts or by-products and produced without contact with any animal parts or by-products. Our survival as a species depends on sanitary food, beverages, and products that are not contaminated with diseased meat, bodily fluid, and fecal matter.

This is a time for consumers to demand honest ethical labeling. Supply chains must be held accountable to ethical, humane, sanitary standards. Likewise, the time is now for plant-based companies to be loud and proud of their food safety standards and veganism. They can do that by globally certifying that they are vegan with BeVeg, the world’s top vegan certification company. Certified vegan companies can show off the global trademark badge of honor!

“If you care about food safety and the sustainability of our planet, then let’s evolve… if only for our own survival, it's time to make veganism go viral. A Vaccine may end this pandemic, but veganism is the panacea.” — BeVeg campaign to end global pandemics

BeVeg International, is a law firm for vegan certification, founded by awarded-Super Lawyer Carissa Kranz. BeVeg is on a mission to globally and legally standardize vegan claims. BeVeg licenses use of its vegan symbol to companies and products with ethical business practices that do not partake in the exploitation of animals.

Proud of your conscious business practices? Want to show off the global vegan trademark that matters? Join the BeVeg campaign to make veganism viral, and certify vegan.

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Critical Path to Offer Free Online PR Services to Help Clients Navigate the Coronavirus Crisis

Adrian Lee - Managing Director, Critical Path

Adrian Lee – Managing Director, Critical Path

Critical Path - Public Relations & Corporate Affairs

Critical Path – Public Relations & Corporate Affairs

Critical Path to provide Business Continuity and Stakeholder Communications consulting to help clients navigate challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 presents unprecedented challenges to all organizations. We are helping our clients navigate through this crisis by providing 1-on-1 access to leading healthcare and crisis management experts.”

— Adrian Lee

SINGAPORE, March 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — 30th March, 2020 – Public relations and corporate affairs agency, Critical Path (www.thecriticalpath.co), today announced that they will be offering free communications counsel through a series of webinars to help guide their stable of Southeast Asia clients through the COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis.

The first webinar will take place in the first week of April and will be focused on Business Continuity and Stakeholder Communications.

“The COVID-19 pandemic presents totally new challenges to every type of organization, whether large or small, private and public sector. The goal of these online interactive sessions is to help our clients navigate through this period of crisis by providing them access to communications, business and health experts that can give them adequate guidance,” shares Adrian Lee, Managing Director, Critical Path.

“For the first webinar, we will be focusing on business continuity and stakeholder communications. In the face of a unique and significant crisis situation like COVID-19, an effective business continuity plan needs to be developed and activated, which then needs to be shared with all important stakeholders,” adds Lee.

For each webinar, Critical Path will engage the services of healthcare, business, technology experts, who will complement the Critical Path communications and crisis management team.

In April, the Critical Path consulting team will join forces with experts from leading Southeast Asian healthcare group, Merial Health, and financial holding and consulting group, Zenith Capital:

– Dr. Ardiansyah Bahar, CEO of Merial Health, will provide details about the COVID-19 pandemic, what to believe and what not to believe, and what business and HR leadership can do to ensure the safety of their employees.
– Zenith Capital and Critical Path consultants will then go through a Business Continuity checklist and also share best practices from their own first-hand experience dealing with and navigating through the coronavirus situation in China and Hong Kong.

“Merial Health is happy to take this opportunity to help organizations gain a better understanding of COVID-19 and the potential impact it may have on their operations. There is a lot of information and misinformation out there and it will be my job to help answer questions and give accurate guidance regarding important first steps and follow-up actions that need to be done to combat this pandemic,” says Dr. Bahar, CEO of Merial Health.

Dr. Bahar adds: “This webinar will help put participants in a better position to keep their business going as best as possible, but most importantly to keep their employees safe.”

About Critical Path
Critical Path is a full-service communications and consulting firm, catering for established global and national brands as well as promising start-ups. In addition to offering integrated communications, custom research and investor relations services, Critical Path also provides funding and market entry support. Critical Path has a presence in Asia, the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. For more information, visit www.thecriticalpath.co

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Critical Path
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Prefabricated Modular Steel Panel Hospital Intensive Care Units (ICU's)

Intensive Care Units (ICU’s)

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Isolation Room with Negative Pressure HEPA Filtration & UV Light

Prefabricated Modular Steel Panel Hospital Intensive Care Units (ICU's) & Modular Isolation Rooms & Negative Pressure Rooms with HEPA Filter & UV Light Options

We have 330 million persons in the USA. In 12-18 months, 1% of the population (if tested) may be infected with COVID-19. If proper protocol is followed, millions of isolation units may be needed.””

— M.R. Secure Sales LLC Spokeman

MANALAPAN, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, March 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Panel Built has introduced Prefabricated Modular Steel Panel Hospital Intensive Care Units (ICU's) and Prefabricated Modular Hospital Isolation Rooms along with Negative Pressure Rooms, to help hospitals due to room shortages caused by the COVID-19 surge. Steel panel rooms have multiple uses and can be customized and adapted for for the individual hospital needs.
Panel Built, modular construction provider for 25 years, now offers a way for medical facilities to create and expand their infectious patient isolation areas with modular Isolation rooms. With the growing Coronavirus pandemic spreading across the United States and internationally, Panel Built’s modular isolation rooms are a convenient solution for hospitals that need to increase their single-occupancy, isolation space as quickly as possible. Using a panelized wall system, the isolation rooms are fully fabricated in Panel Built’s modular construction facilities. The components are then delivered and assembled on site. This design allows for prefabricated, quickly assembled isolation rooms that have fully customized layouts and designs.

Panel Built’s ICU's and isolation rooms offer options, (where situations warrant), for HVAC systems with fan filter units (FFUs) to keep the room at appropriate temperatures and constantly filter particles with HEPA filtration and UV light from the environment’s air supply with the numerous air exchanges per hour. Patient isolation rooms can be customized with a negative pressure environment for patients who may have an impaired immune system and may be a carrier for other infectious diseases that are airborne spread along with the droplet Coronavirus. Diseases such as TB, Measles, Mumps, Varicella and other respiratory infections fall into the airborne category. When the negative pressure isolation room is needed, the air pressure inside the isolation room is lower than entrance ante room to keep air flowing into the patient isolation room instead of out, keeping any contaminants or particles from escaping the room. All isolation rooms should be used in conjunction with proper staff and equipment sanitizing and hospital contamination control procedures.

Panel Built’s Steve Grzesik, Sales Manager Welded Steel Division, stated, "While Panel Built is a for-profit company, our first objective is to help our nation and others meet the challenge and help save lives. Our nation's largest hospitals and long term care centers will need all the isolation bed space they can get, and Panel Built is ready to help meet the need."

M.R. Secure Sales LLC spokesman stated the following, " There are 330 million persons in the USA. Predictions are, over the next 12-18 months, approximately 1% of the USA population (if tested) may be infected with the Coronavirus. If proper protocol is to be followed, millions of isolation rooms may be needed in the USA alone. The nations largest hospitals in total, may have fewer than several thousand isolation rooms. "
Panel Built was founded in 1995 by brothers Pat and Mike Kiernan, and began with the construction of pre-manufactured buildings. Today, Panel Built offers a complete line of custom modular offices, mezzanines, security booths, pre-assembled exterior buildings, and cleanrooms. Panel Built isolation rooms are designed 100% to customer specification and are delivered with components ready for installation. Panel Built’s main mission is, “Solving Our Customers’ Space Needs with Excellence and Great Customer Service.”

Isolation Room Brochure: https://www.panelbuilt.com/wp-content/uploads/Isolation-Rooms.pdf

For more information, visit: https://www.panelbuilt.com/isolation-rooms/

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The New Generation in Modular Buildings, Enclosures & Mezzanines

Contact information:

Mike Rosenberg
M.R. Secure Sales
Limited Liability Company
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Steve Grzesik
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Panel Built, Inc.
P.O. Box 2658, Blairsville, GA 30514
Office (706) 745-6540 TF (800) 636-3873 Fax (706) 745-1450

“M.R. Secure Sales LLC represents leaders in Modular Prefabricated Modular Steel Panel Hospital Intensive Care Units (ICU's) Isolation rooms and Negative Pressure Infectious Disease Isolation Rooms,Clean Rooms,Guard/Security/Parking Booths & Bus Shelters, Offsite Sustainable Construction of Steel and Concrete Multi-Story Modular Schools, Dorms, Condos, Town Houses, Senior Housing, Hotels, Retail Stores, Emergency Care Facilities, Equipment/Telecommunication Shelters, Modular Correctional Facilities, Modular Steel Police/Jail and Prison Cells,Modular Offices within in Factories and Warehouses, and Miscellaneous Metals and Custom Steel Railings and Stairs”

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God, Price Gouging, & YouTuber Mark Rober Inspired Us To Make Our Own Hand Sanitizer To Fight The Spread Of Coronavirus

EFX Sports Hand Sanitizer

EFX Sports Hand Sanitizer

Here's the story behind our hand sanitizer. Just trying to be a part of the solution to this crazy, life-altering dilemma we now find ourselves battling.

At that instant, the idea became obvious: Make our own hand sanitizer and give it to the public at highly reduced prices.”

— Brian Andrews

BILLINGS, MT, UNITED STATES, March 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Sports Nutrition Company EFX Sports saw a major need in the marketplace due to consumer injustices caused by price gouging and after seeing a video by famous YouTuber Mark Rober. These things, along with a little nudging from God, moved them to do something to help stop the spread of Coronavirus.

Brian Andrews, President of EFX Sports said, “This pandemic is easily the most talked about topic in recent history. It dominates the news and the majority of conversations both on and off Social Media. Sadly, events like this also give some people the opportunity to try and take advantage of others.”

EFX Sports is a sports nutrition company that usually produces high-end supplements for athletes and bodybuilders. Even so, they realized they had the means to manufacture something that’s needed now more than ever before: hand sanitizer.

“As soon as this thing started, we noticed how some people were buying up hand sanitizer to try and cash in on everyone’s fear. They know that as supplies diminish something as common as hand sanitizer becomes very valuable”, states Mr. Andrews.

He further shared, “Through prayer, our company’s leadership felt called to help fight Coronavirus, but we didn’t know exactly how. Coincidentally, I happened to see a fantastic video recently posted by YouTuber Mark Rober where he explains how easily germs and viruses are spread between people. He said the key to slowing or stopping the transmission is having clean hands and not touching your face. At that instant, the idea became obvious: Make our own hand sanitizer and give it to the public at highly reduced prices.”

So far, the response has been overwhelming with calls and orders coming from all over the world. As a result, the production of EFX Sports Hand Sanitizer at their facility in Billings, Montana, All American Pharmaceutical, is running at 20 hours per day to meet demand.

For more information contact Brian Andrews via email, briana@efxsports.com, or visit their website at www.efxsports.com.

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EFX Sports
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EFX Sports Hand Sanitizer


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