Keeping it Real
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 20:20
Sarasota, Florida, October 2013—A new product now under development could position Neutra Corp. (NTRR) to compete in the exploding market for medicinal cannabis testing.

Neutra is beginning trials on a simple, disposable system for testing components and concentrates derived from medical marijuana (MMJ) for harmful contaminants. Laboratory tests are planned to commence soon to determine the prototype’s usefulness under a variety of lab conditions.
Go, Go, for Non-GMO!
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 21:36
Everywhere USA, October 2013—GMO stands for “genetically modified”, and it’s something you don’t want. You may remember the blowout a few years back over what European farmers were calling “Frankenfoods”. This is the same thing. It’s hit the U.S. big time and consumers are rising up against it.
Non-GMO foods are one of the hottest food trends on the market these days. At the grocery store, “non-GMO” is something many consumers are scanning labels for. Some say “Non-GMO” is “the new organic.”

This means that if you can have both Non-GMO and organic, you really have something. To that end, we encourage all consumers to look for products containing a purple cornmeal from a company called Suntava. The product that comes from this proprietary corn product that was non-GMO from the get-go. And this month, they are able to refer to their 2013 crop as certified organic. We’ll have more on this company as we move forward through the remainder of the year; it’s an exciting story.
Why is GMO so bad? Because it’s been proven that foods that have been genetically engineered through technology put adults (and especially children) at greater risk for food allergies and gastrointestinal problems. GMO’s can be found in ingredients such as canola, corn, rice, soy and sugar beets. 
Eat Your Heart Out, Dorian Gray
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 21:25
Campbell, California, September 2013—Women’s worries about wrinkles, dark spots and other aging skin concerns aren’t all vanity. Many people, both women and men, believe they need to look younger to succeed in the workplace. “But the good news is that science has developed natural tools to help us look younger longer,” say Drs. Rick and Arlene Noodleman.

The Silicon Valley husband-and-wife physician team runs a company called Age Defying Dermatology. They are touted as national leaders in medical and cosmetic dermatology and integrative medical treatments.
Get the Ball Rolling
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 21:10
Atlanta, Georgia, October 2013—This summer, millions of people were inspired to move and groove with Coca-Cola® as part of its Get The Ball Rolling initiative. The company and its Foundation inspired more than 3 million people to get their “fun” on. They helped make activities and sports gear available in communities across the country all summer long. Other activities included:

Collectively, NASCAR fans walked more than 17,000 miles through the Coca-Cola Track Walks program.

Thousands decided to “Take It to the Park” by logging in more than 44,000 hours of activity to benefit their favorite parks. Their efforts helped win recreation grants as part of the America Is Your Park campaign.
A Shout-Out to Happiest Minds
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 17:04
Deerfield Beach, Florida, September 2013—Happiest Minds Technologies, a next-generation IT Solutions and Services Company, recently marked its second anniversary by unveiling its third facility – ‘Smiles 3’ in Bangalore, India.

But that’s beside the point. We’re more especially impressed with the company’s attitude toward its employees. Who wouldn’t want to work at a place like this?
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 21:31
Louisville, Kentucky, October 2013—Humana Inc. and nonprofit KaBOOM! are at it again with their third annual Fall playground tour. The Humana Builds tour started September 14 and continues to cities across the country through November 16. Look for them in:

Columbus, Ohio
Maryville, Tennessee (near Knoxville)
Raleigh, North Carolina
Chesapeake, Virginia
St. Louis, Missouri
Jacksonville, Florida
West Valley City, Utah (near Salt Lake City)
Las Vegas, Nevada
San Diego, California
Survey Says!
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 21:15
New York, New York, September 2013—U.S. drivers are opening up to usage-based auto insurance (UBI) policies, according to a new survey by Towers Watson, a global professional services company. It appears that so-called “pay as you drive” insurance is gaining momentum in the marketplace. Consumers are increasingly willing to let insurers monitor their driving habits with a telematics device in exchange for potential savings on vehicle coverage.

Most (79%) respondents to a UBI consumer survey indicated they either would buy a UBI policy or would be willing to consider the concept. And if insurers would guarantee drivers’ premiums would not rise, that percentage increased to 89%. Interest in UBI programs is growing in all age groups, though it is highest among younger drivers (18- to 34-year-olds).
Say Yes to Less Stress
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 17:08
Everywhere, USA, September 2013—“Getting rid of stress is not that hard to do,” says Santa Barbara-based natural health specialist Dr. Kathy Gruver. “You can choose your response to stress: You can learn to let it go,” she adds.
Gruver, who has a PhD in Natural Health and is author of the new book Conquer Your Stress With Mind/Body Techniques, says, “We can’t control what is outside of us, but we can change what we think, what we do with our bodies and what we eat. Done properly, we can be healthier, stronger and lead less stressful lives. It’s very simply a conscious choice we can and must make for ourselves.”
Gruver says, “Every major area of our lives offers us the opportunity to make conscious choices that have a significant effect on how we feel, how we look, and what we can accomplish.  Your mind and body are yours and you get to decide what you have them do. You can take charge of stress any time you want.” 
Tips on Going Green
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 16:59
Everywhere, USA, August 2013—There has never been a better time to renovate green, given the abundance of Earth-friendly building material choices as well as contractors well-versed in energy- and resource-efficiency.

Many homeowners don’t realize that they can save money in the long run by heading in the direction of this color (meaning sustainable, recycled materials primarily). Despite the upfront cost, green materials and strategies will lower utility bills and reduce maintenance and replacement costs.
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