Would TNE – The Alternative to Sedated Endoscopy – Have Saved Joan Rivers?

  Two years ago, Joan Rivers died a week after suffering a respiratory event during a medical procedure. In August 2014, Ms. Rivers underwent a sedated upper endoscopy which is a very commonly performed medical procedure that examines the esophagus and stomach when someone is suspected of having acid reflux disease. She suffered the untoward event during the procedure and ultimately succumbed a few days later.   What lurks behind her death, however, is a sinister force of monetary self interest that is conspiring to minimize the risks associated with the use of sedated endoscopy-and forestall the use of a safer alternative. This conspiracy of silence must be exposed before more and more people die unnecessarily.   That is why Citizens for Safe Endoscopy has been formed to educate the public about the health threats posed by traditional and expensive endoscopic procedures. (http://safeendoscopy.com/) As CSE spokesman David Schwartz says:   “New and safer approaches to the diagnosis of esophageal cancer have been developed and perfected over the past twenty years, but their utilization has been stymied by special interests. CSE was created in order to break the conspiracy of silence and insure that patients know that there are additional diagnostic[…]






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Boris Laursen releases music for his 2.4 million fans!

  Boris Laursen is a very unusual 20-year-old guy from Denmark. Because he’s already a social media phenomenon and a superstar in the eyes of many people. On 15 January, Boris will be releasing a single for his 2.4 million fans and followers. The single is called Slingshot and has been produced and written by Daniel Caesar, Ludwig Lindell, Ollipop and Herbie Crichlow.   Social media phenomenon Boris is currently best known for his humorous videos on Vine but he is also on other social media. It all began in the autumn of 2013, when Boris posted his first video on Vine. By December that year he was already posting videos regularly. By summer 2014, his Vine account had over a million followers and one of his unique videos had become the most copied on Vine, having been viewed over 255 million times.   On Instagram Boris has more than 530,000 followers. On Twitter he has around 178,000 followers and on Facebook 290,000. His YouTube channel is under development but already has around 52,000 followers. All together Boris has more than 2.4 million followers who enjoy, like and share his world.   Boris recently began using Meipai, a Chinese app,[…]






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Start-Up Merchant Services Company Help Businesses Become EMV Compliant

  Low Rate Processing is a start-up Merchant services company. They offer some of the lowest merchant processing rates in the business along with EMV compliant terminals. They help their customers to become EMV compliant with new hardware and potentially lower their processing fees.   A start-up merchant services company is helping businesses in America to become fully EMV compliant while at the same time helping them to lower their processing fees. Low Rate Processing (lowrateprocessing.com), wants all businesses in America to avoid the financial hardship that being non-EMV compliant can bring, which includes the financial loss to that business if credit fraud takes place.   Credit card fraud has become a serious problem in America and around the world. Criminals have become more technical minded and more advanced in the ways they commit their crimes and cause hardship. In 2015, over $190 billion was lost in the United States to credit card fraud, which is a shocking figure. The only positive thing from that figure to business owners was the loss was absorbed by the banks. However, since the 1st October 2015, when the new EMV compliance regulations came into force, any loss in now down to the business[…]






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10 reason why you should recycle your old electronics

( Expert guide by SOCIALBOX BIZ ,LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM ) https://www.socialbox.biz/ Every year in the Britain, millions of laptops, computers, and other electronics are thrown out. These items of IT computer hardware are often in excellent condition, yet deemed unworthy because a newer model of laptop computer, router, mobile phone etc. has arrived onto the market. SocialBox.Biz a London based social enerprise is here to collect those no longer needed computers and laptops from small businesses and corporate offices and ensure they are effectively stored, recycled, and some re-homed to those in need. 10-benefit arising from electronic reuse and recycling: 1. It helps the environment. It’s certainly tough on the environment when laptops end up in landfills. They almost never fully break down, and dangerous liquids can seep into the earth. 2. It helps resource collection. A lot of special metals and chemicals go into the creation of computers, routers, and servers. Collecting these metals harms the environment. They are a fixed resource; so recycling them prevents unnecessary waste of these resources. 3. It boosts CSR. Recycling redundant corporate laptops and computers instantly boosts a corporation’s social standing. With their CSR going up, the community will take notice and purchase[…]






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