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Dr. Fat Loss – Fifth Annual iHeartMedia Lifestyle Health &…
We pull out the toxins, we pull out the fat, we balance the hormones, we get the body into a fat burning zone and then we reset the bodies metabolism
NEW YORK (PRWEB)
November 15, 2017
Saturday 11 November 2017 was the Fifth Annual iHeartMedia Lifestyle Health & Wellness Expo starring Dr. Oz and featuring Dr. Enrico Ferdico (AKA Dr. Fat Loss). The event was held at the Sheraton New York Times Square at 811 Seventh Avenue in Manhattan, New York City.
Speakers included Dr. Oz, Helen Little, Jeanette Jenkins, Carlo Filippone, Adena Neglia, Autumn Calabrese, and Mara Schiavocampo.
Dr. Ferdico was interviewed by 106.7 Lite FM radio personality Helen Little. They spoke about her experiences on the Dr. Fat Loss program and how Dr. Ferdico has changed Helen’s life.
“We pull out the toxins, we pull out the fat, we balance the hormones, we get the body into a fat burning zone and then we reset the bodies metabolism,” explained Dr. Ferdico. “This way you’re healthier, you function and feel better. You feel better about yourself, emotionally mentally and physically.”
At the end of the interview, one of Dr Ferdico’s patients, Grammy nominated singer and songwriter Andrea Benham’s story of how she was involved in a car accident as a pedestrian and was unable to work out to lose weight. Andrea Benham turned to Dr. Ferdico and after only 23 days, Ms. Benham has lost 15 lbs of fat.
See the interview here:
Dr Fat Loss – Fifth Annual iHeartMedia Lifestyle Health & Wellness Expo
ABOUT DR. FAT LOSS: Dr Ferdico is so confident of the program that the results are guaranteed! Average female patient loses 25 – 35 pounds, Average male loses 35 – 45 lbs. Dr. Ferdico personally guarantees that his patients will love the way they look and feel. “You will be a healthier, happier and will love the new you!”
Dr. Enrico Ferdico (AKA Dr. Fat Loss)
1736 86th Street
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11214
Dr. Enrico Ferdico (AKA Dr. Fat Loss)
230 Park Avenue, 10th floor
New York, NY 10169
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Dr. Enrico Ferdico (AKA Dr. Fat Loss)
6800 Jericho Turnpike, Suite 120W
Syosset, NY 11791
Skin Deep: Uncovering the Benefits of Fractional Laser Treatments
These lasers can provide the skin restoration that patients want, without the level of downtime or side effects of earlier techniques.
Ridgewood, NJ (PRWEB)
November 14, 2017
In the world of laser skin technology, a time-capsule trip back to the early aughts shows dermatologists at a crossroads: attempts to adjust more invasive approaches were increasingly recognized as failing to bring meaningful improvements. Enter the fractional laser: “I think of it as the ‘Goldilocks’ solution, offering just the right amount,” explains Dr. Sonoa Au of Advanced Dermatology PC. “These lasers can provide the skin restoration that patients want, without the level of downtime or side effects of earlier techniques.”
Fractional lasers stand out due to their design, which purposefully exposes only a portion – or “fraction” – of the patient’s skin to lasers, leaving intermediary areas untouched.
“Less really can be more,” observes Dr. Au. “The fractional approach harnesses our body’s innate healing capability, with untreated areas facilitating faster, more effective skin restoration.”
Since their launch in 2004, when the Fraxel®-brand laser was introduced, fractional lasers have exploded, becoming the number-one cosmetic laser skin treatment. More than 400,000 procedures were performed in 2016 alone, according to The American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
“Fractional lasers turn back the skin’s clock, so to speak,” notes Dr. Au, describing how laser beams trigger a rapid healing and restoration process. “That healing process can eliminate damaged skin – even below the surface – by causing it to be expelled and replaced with new cells.”
Dr. Au offers the following information regarding the unique potential of fractional lasers:
Uncovering 5 Truths About Fractional Laser Skin Treatments
1. It’s not just an anti-aging treatment: “The ability to replace damaged skin with new growth makes fractional laser treatments an option for different kinds of skin damage,” notes Dr. Au. “Yes, it can address wrinkles and age spots, but it also can help with other damage, for example scarring due to acne or surgery, as well as with stretch marks.”
2. It’s compatible with all skin types: “I think it’s helpful for patients to know that their skin type doesn’t make fractional lasers off limits,” says Dr. Au. “At this point, we have research that shows these lasers work for different skin tones, as well as for sensitive skin. Of course, regardless of skin type, patients need to carefully follow their doctor’s pre- and post-treatment skin care recommendations to support the best results.”
3. It’s for more than just the face: “When we consider the different types of skin damage fractional lasers can address,” Dr. Au points out, “it makes sense that they offer an option for wherever skin restoration in desired – not only on the face.”
4. It can be customized to meet different patients’ needs: “Since it was introduced, fractional laser technology has continued to evolve,” observes Dr. Au. “Today, patients can choose from a range of options, from more superficial treatments to those that can address deeper levels of skin damage. Patients can work with their doctors to design an approach that best meets their needs and their lifestyles, in terms of recovery time.” Dr. Au adds that the growing range of fractional laser treatments further underscores the importance of carefully choosing a doctor with expertise.
5. It can be combined with other treatments: “Increasingly,” Dr. Au notes, “dermatologists are using different skin treatments together to maximize results. We’re seeing this with fractional lasers, which can be combined with other procedures, for example, with intense pulsed light treatments.”
“Fractional lasers,” sums up Dr. Au, “have brought about what’s been called a ‘renaissance’ in the field of cosmetic skin lasers. As a doctor, it’s extremely rewarding to see what these treatments can do for patients.”
Sonoa Au, MD, is a board-certified physician and a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology
Advanced Dermatology P.C. and the Center for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery (New York & New Jersey) is one of the leading dermatology centers in the nation, offering highly experienced physicians in the fields of cosmetic and laser dermatology as well as plastic surgery and state-of-the-art medical technologies. http://www.advanceddermatologypc.com.
Quick Weight Loss Centers Opens New Center in Doral
DORAL, Fla. (PRWEB)
November 14, 2017
Quick Weight Loss Centers is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of their newest Florida location, in Doral on Tuesday, November 14th. All programs and products are 20% off* during the Grand Opening Celebration.
This new center will add to their other Miami-Dade County Centers in North Miami and Kendall. This location complements the company’s three other centers that opened earlier this year in Clearwater, Tampa and Brandon as well as 17 other Florida locations and 15 locations in Texas.
“It is an honor to continue to expand Quick Weight Loss within Florida,” said Christopher Schuman, COO. “We are proud to offer a unique and effective weight loss program. Our clients experience quick weight loss due to our program’s effective eating plan along with our unparalleled one-on-one support. Our goal is to help as many people as possible lose weight and live a healthier life.”
Quick Weight Loss Centers’ programs are based on three proven phases that result in one life-changing result. The first stage will teach individuals what to eat, how to eat and what foods to eat together. This combination results in rapid weight loss. The second phase is where weight stabilizes and the last phase helps maintain goal weight. All programs are tailored to fit the specific needs of the individual.
Clients can lose up to 3 pounds or more per week eating regular grocery store food and even eating out. Quick Weight Loss results are guaranteed in writing. To get started today, interested residents can call (786) 220-7057.
The Doral Quick Weight Loss Centers’ address is 7800 NW 25th Street #17, in The Shoppes at the MICC. This center is located near Eastern National Bank, Subway and Starbucks.
*Offers cannot be combined. One time use only. Offer expires November 22, 2017.
Doral’s Quick Weight Loss Centers’ Contact Information:
Quick Weight Loss Centers
7800 NW 25th Street #17
Doral, FL 33122
About Quick Weight Loss Centers
The Quick Weight Loss program originated in 1988 and has helped thousands of people achieve their weight loss goals. Through a combined 38 weight loss management centers in Texas and Florida, Quick Weight Loss offers a proprietary, retail-based weight loss program that teaches customers how to lose weight through nutritional programs that are augmented with significant one-on-one, in-person counseling and supplemental product sales. Quick Weight Loss Centers’ nutritional programs teach clients how to eat well-balanced diets without counting calories or eating pre-packed food, and high frequency, in-person counseling drives accountability and positive customer outcomes. Quick Weight Loss Centers’ results can range from 10 pounds to 100 pounds with no amount of weight too small or too large. Visit quickweightloss.net for a free consultation or call 1-877-977-THIN to reach the office nearest you.
Invention that Prevents Embarrassment Caused by Passed Gas Developed…
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November 13, 2017
Passing gas in public can be a very embarrassing experience for both women and men, and an inventor from Riverdale, Md., has observed people suffering this embarrassment. “In order to solve this common problem, I came up with this idea,” he said.
THE GASS-PAD spares a person embarrassment if he or she passes gas in public. It prevents the emission of bad odors, which promotes confidence and peace of mind and eliminates worry.
Compact, easy to use and producible in many design variations, THE GASS-PAD serves as an alternative to conventional gas-control products.
The original design was submitted to the Washington, D.C. office of InventHelp. It is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information, write Dept. 16-WDH-702, InventHelp, 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. Learn more about InventHelp’s Invention Submission Services at http://www.InventHelp.com. – https://www.youtube.com/user/inventhelp
The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors Receives Funds…
“We are delighted that CDC has recognized NACDD’s significant work in diabetes and prediabetes, allowing us to bring the proven effectiveness of the National Diabetes Prevention Program to places it has never gone before,” said John Robitscher, CEO of the NACDD.
November 13, 2017
The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD) will receive approximately $7 million during the next five-years from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to scale and sustain the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) in rural counties across four states in the first year.
NACDD was one of only 10 organizations to receive this funding, which began on October 1, 2017, and follows NACDD’s previous five years of related National DPP work, primarily in large cities.
“We are delighted that CDC has recognized NACDD’s significant work in diabetes and prediabetes, allowing us to bring the proven effectiveness of the National Diabetes Prevention Program to places it has never gone before,” said John Robitscher, CEO of the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors.
In its application for funding, NACDD identified both geographic and population-based priorities for establishing the National DPP. In addition to reaching the people at high risk for type 2 diabetes, the Association will partner with the nationally recognized Lakeshore Foundation, which specializes in serving the disability community. Lakeshore has adapted the National DPP curriculum for use with persons with disabilities and will help train NACDD’s partners to deliver this adapted curriculum.
Geographically, NACDD will focus its efforts on several counties in Pennsylvania, New York, Florida, and Alaska that do not currently have National DPP lifestyle change programs. To lead the effort in each state, NACDD will partner with the Health Promotion Council in Pennsylvania, the New York Association of Independent Living Centers (NYAIL), the Florida Department of Health, and the Alaska Department of Health.
To reach persons who cannot attend an in-person program, NACDD will work with a virtual, CDC-recognized DPP provider, Hope 80/20, to deliver the program via an internet-based video series and live, weekly coaching calls. In Alaska, where populations often are remote and have poor access to the internet, NACDD will partner with Inquisit Health to offer a telephonic version of the National DPP.
To address the growing problems of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes, CDC established the National DPP, which provides the framework for type 2 diabetes prevention efforts in the US. The National DPP includes an evidence-based, year-long, lifestyle change program that encourages modest behavior changes to lose weight to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. Studies have shown that a loss of even 5-7% of body weight could reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 58% in adults with prediabetes and by 71% in adults older than 60.
There are currently more than 1,500 CDC-recognized organizations offering the National DPP lifestyle change program, who have enrolled more than 150,000 eligible participants. Approximately 65 commercial health plans provide some coverage for the program, and Medicare will start to reimburse for this program in 2018.
NACDD’s goal in its first year of funding is to enroll a total of 1,000 participants in the lifestyle change program across all four of its chosen geographies.
For more information, please contact Paige Rohe at prohe(at)chronicdisease(dot)org.
The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors
Since 1988, the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors and its more than 6,500 members have worked to strengthen state-based leadership and expertise for chronic disease prevention and control in all states, territories, and nationally. Learn more at http://www.chronicdisease.org.
Comedian Ralphie May has died, according to TMZ.
The comedian, whose career took off back in 2003 after he competed on Last Comic Standing (finishing in second place), has long struggled with his weight.
When he was just 16 years old, May was in a car accident that left him with 42 broken bones, according to the Sun-Sentinel. That accident was the beginning of May’s serious weight problems. In the months that followed, he gained hundreds of pounds. His highest weight was somewhere around 800 pounds.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, May underwent gastric bypass surgery back in 2004. Although he dropped a good amount of weight (approximately 350 pounds), he was still overweight and couldn’t seem to get himself into a healthy weight zone. His goal was to weigh 250 pounds so that he could “buy clothes at the mall.” Unfortunately, May couldn’t get there.
May has even used his celebrity in an effort to try to lose weight. He joined the cast of VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club in 2005 and lost 27 pounds. His weight has fluctuated back and forth since then, but he has never gotten down to his goal weight.
In recent years, May weighed about 400 pounds, but just last year, he said that he felt “good.”
In 2016, May chatted with Pop Goes the News about his life, a year after his now-ex-wife Lahna Turner filed for divorce. He seemed optimistic about his health and even said that he had been losing weight.
“I’m fantastic. I’m as good as it gets. I’m actually losing weight for a change. I’m happy for a change. I’m not miserable. Except for [marijuana] I’m substance-free, which, for me, is awesome.
My anxiety is being handled without Xanax or [Benzodiazepines],” he told the outlet.
May was suffering from pneumonia in recent weeks.
He died after going into cardiac arrest on Friday morning. He was just 45 years young.