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01 01 1970

Press Release JetPress Release JetLas Vegas Medical Marijuana Association’s “Only in Vegas” Award Dinner & CelebrationAdaptiveScale Releases LXDUI as an Open Source Project.IBM Watson Health Head of West Coast Sales Joins Deep 6 AIHEALTHeWeather Launches DailyBreath! - Helps Allergy and Asthma Sufferers Avoid Severe Allergy Symptoms and Asthma Attacks!Charter Elevator is Awarded the Elevator Modernization for the Renaissance Tower in Myrtle Beach, SCThe Closing Agent Adds Exciting New International Talent to Its Executive TeamHydro-Gear® Moving Turf Industry Forward with Introduction of the SMARTEC® ZT DRIVE™ SYSTEM Including MYMOW™ Personalized PerformanceStaging Your Home on a BudgetCRATUS Trial Stem Cells Assist Aging FrailtyMicroMoney $30M Token Distribution Event Highlight of Monaco Growth ForumsTurning 40 - What to Know Before Your First MammogramMicroMoney Attracts $5M As Token Distribution Event LaunchesSitel Announces Second Annual National...

Ozark Regenerative Institute in Missouri Now Offering Stem Cell and...

01 01 1970

Top Stem Cell Therapy in Missouri (844) GET-STEM Ozark Regenerative Institute provides the top stem cell and PRP therapy in Missouri with Board Certified providers! Poplar Bluff, Missouri March 21, 2017 Ozark Regenerative Institute in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, is now offering procedures designed to help repair and regenerate tissue damage. This includes both stem cell and PRP therapy for joint arthritis, tendonitis, sports injuries, ligament injuries and nonhealing wounds. The Institute has become an R3 Stem Cell Center of Excellence, offering treatment with several Board Certified providers with first rate regenerative materials. Call (844) GET-STEM for more information and scheduling. Regenerative medicine is now mainstream and represents a significant difference from the usual pain relieving treatments with cortisone. While cortisone (steroid) medications have been great for relief, the medicine doesn’t actually fix anything. What medicine has been seeking are treatments...

Ozark Regenerative Institute Becomes an R3 Stem Cell Center of...

01 01 1970

Top Stem Cell Therapy in Missouri (844) GET-STEM Ozark Regenerative Institute offers regenerative procedures for all types of bone and joint conditions, which helps patients avoid surgery and achieve relief over 80% of the time! Poplar Bluff, Missouri March 14, 2017 Ozark Regenerative Institute in Poplar Bluff has become an R3 Stem Cell Center of Excellence. The Institute is offering first rate stem cell procedures and PRP therapy with several Board Certified providers. The treatments have been amazing at helping repair and regenerate damaged tissue such as cartilage, tendon, ligament and wounds. For the top stem cell therapy in Missouri, call (844) GET-STEM today! For those individuals suffering from arthritis, tendonitis, sports injuries or wounds that will not heal, the stem cell and PRP therapy has been tremendous. The nonoperative regenerative options frequently help people avoid or delay the need for potentially risky surgery, saving money and time along with a lengthy rehab. This...

New Junior Tennis Camps in Missouri Hosted by Nike Tennis Camps

01 01 1970

I am very excited to host Nike Tennis Camps at University of Missouri this summer. Past News Releases RSS San Rafael, CA March 14, 2017 Coach Gaston will host to two weeks of day and overnight tennis camps at University of Missouri in Columbia, MO. These summer tennis camps will combine technical tennis instruction and drilling from a top notch coaching staff, supervised match play, and a variety of evening social activities. “Coach Gaston brings to the court a wealth of tennis experience,” states Wendy Shpiz, vice president of Nike Tennis Camps. “Under his leadership, and with a prime location such as University of Missouri, you have the formula for a truly memorable week of camp.” Gaston launched his coaching career in 2008 as a High Performance Coach at Weil Tennis Academy in Ojai, Calif. He then served as a traveling coach for three players who ranked in ATP/WTA’s top 100 list before shifting to ATI Tennis Academy, where he was hired as Tennis...

Miss Missouri Teen USA Sophia Dominguez-Heithoff Crowned Miss Teen USA 2017

01 01 1970

Sophia graduated from high school a year early this past spring to start her undergraduate studies next fall at the University of Kansas.  With an interest for justice, the Kansas City native plans to attend law school and pursue a degree in Political Science and Ethics. Sophia created Community and Scholars Cooperatively (CASC), an organization focused on making community service opportunities fun and easy for teenagers. Growing up with a family member who has Down syndrome, Sophia dedicated her time to Best Buddies, The Down Syndrome Guild, and Vocational Services, Inc., among other organizations. Sophia's advocacy for those who are disabled led her to work alongside Missouri state legislators to create policies that provide them with the best quality care. In recognition of her efforts, Sophia was awarded the Gold Award, the highest achievement within Girl Scouts of the USA.  Heidi Powell and Erin Lim hosted the...

Michael J. Levitt Inducted Into the International Game Fishing Hall of Fame

01 01 1970

Founder of The Michaels Organization is also a 2012 Inductee into the Affordable Housing Hall of Fame Press Release - updated: Oct 30, 2017 17:11 EDT SPRINGFIELD, Mo., October 30, 2017 - Michael J. Levitt, the visionary housing leader who founded one of the nation’s leading residential real estate organizations and who in 2012 was inducted into the Affordable Housing Hall of Fame, has been inducted into the International Game Fishing Association Hall of Fame for his achievements in sports fishing and conservation. “It’s really wonderful to be recognized for achievements first in my profession and now for my avocation,” said Michael J. Levitt, after receiving the honor at a gala celebration at the new World of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium in Springfield, Missouri, where the Hall of Fame ceremony was held Oct. 28. The IGFA is a not-for-profit organization committed to the conservation of game fish and the promotion of responsible and ethical angling practices...

Memorial Day Weekend Events Honor Nation’s Heroes at the National...

01 01 1970

The National World War I Museum and Memorial inspires thought, dialogue and learning to make the experiences of the Great War era meaningful and relevant for present and future generations. As we commemorate the Centennial of World War I (2014-19), the National World War I Museum and Memorial is a fitting place to honor and recognize the men and women who sacrificed their lives while serving their country during Memorial Day weekend. KANSAS CITY, Mo. May 11, 2017 As the commemoration of the Centennial of World War I (2014-19) continues, the National World War I Museum and Memorial serves as a fitting place to honor and recognize the men and women who sacrificed their lives while serving their country during Memorial Day weekend. Additionally, the Museum invites the public to “find your World War I connection” and discover how the Great War affected your family through records, photographs and more with a variety of programs throughout the weekend. Admission to the Museum...

MACKENZIE GORE and SYDNEY MCLAUGHLIN Named Gatorade High School Athletes of the Year

01 01 1970

Gore and McLaughlin were honored at the awards dinner emceed by ESPN SportsCenter On The Road Host Sage Steele and attended by Karl-Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves center and 2014 Gatorade Male High School Athlete of the Year), Abby Wambach (former U.S. Women's National Soccer Team forward and 1997-98 Gatorade New York Girls Soccer Player of the Year), D'Angelo Russell (Brooklyn Nets point guard and No. 2 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft), Aaron Rodgers (Green Bay Packers quarterback and Super Bowl XLV MVP), April Ross (Olympic Silver Medalist and 1999-2000 Gatorade National Volleyball Player of the Year), Tamika Catchings (4-time Olympic Gold Medalist and 1996-97 Gatorade Texas Girls Basketball Player of the Year), Christian McCaffrey (Carolina Panthers running back and 2012-13 and 2013-14 Gatorade Colorado Football Player of the Year), and Deshaun Watson (Houston Texans quarterback and 2013-14 Gatorade Georgia Football Player of the Year). ...

Knight Commission to Meet on May 1 at National Press Club

01 01 1970

WASHINGTON, April 10, 2017 -- The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics, co-chaired by Arne Duncan, former U.S. Secretary of Education, and Carol Cartwright, President Emeritus, Kent State University and Bowling Green State University, will be joined by panelists including Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby, Conference USA Commissioner Judy MacLeod, East Carolina Head Football Coach Scottie Montgomery, and other university leaders and experts. (See the complete agenda below.) What: The Knight Commission, which promotes reforms to emphasize the educational mission of college athletics, will hear from conference commissioners, athletics directors and others about the future of college football with a focus on finances and player benefits and protections in college football; and about efforts to increase diversity in college sports leadership. When: Monday, May 1, 8:45 a.m. –12:15 p.m. EDT. Following the sessions, media will have an opportunity to interview...

KCU Medical Student Proves Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury is...

01 01 1970

Landon Sowell, KCU medical student "I had to use a wheelchair, I had to learn everything again; it was such a strain just to put a puzzle together.” Kansas City, MO March 30, 2017 The Brain Injury Association of America recognizes March as Brain Injury Awareness Month, a time that hits close to home for one KCU medical student. It’s also a time to raise awareness about the 2.4 million children and adults in the U.S. who sustain a traumatic brain injury each year, along with another 795,000 who suffer an acquired brain injury from non-traumatic causes. For Landon Sowell, a first-year medical student at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU), it’s a time to reflect on his own medical miracle and his dream of offering hope to someone else. When he was 7 years old, Sowell suffered a kick to the head while feeding horses near Fulton, Kentucky. The horse’s hoof struck him just behind his right ear. The first grader was rushed to a local emergency...

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