HomeopathyStore.com Releases Anna’s Remedies’ Influenzinum 2018-2019 for Upcoming Flu Season


BALTIMORE, MD, — Just in time for the flu season, HomeopathyStore.com has announced the release of Anna’s Remedies’ Influenzinum 2018-2019. The popular homeopathy remedy is an oral spray that offers protection and relief from the flu, and it has just been updated to combat the 2018-2019 flu strains.


Influenzinum by Anna’s Remedies is compounded using the latest inactivated influenza vaccine. The easy-to-use oral spray is lactose-free, vegan, and developed in a certified homeopathic pharmacy using predominant flu virus strains recommended by the WHO & FDA.


Also available are popular products Thymuline, which boosts the immune system, and CoxiFlu, which offers relief when flu symptoms appear. Each product can be purchased separately, or combined for greater savings and effectiveness. The updated Influenzinum & Thymuline Combo provides natural flu protection and strengthens the immune system. Additionally, the Natural Flu Relief Kit also includes CoxiFlu, for maximum flu protection and relief throughout the year. All three products are lactose-free and strictly follow cGMP and FDA regulations.


HomeopathyStore.com was launched in 2010 by founder Anna Wirth. Anna’s Remedies is HomeopathyStore’s own brand. According to Wirth, the company’s exclusive natural flu remedies are proudly made in the U.S.


“We love providing the best natural remedies available today which are often still insider tips in the natural health community. We search for these very smart natural solutions and work with the most dedicated manufacturers here in the U.S. to offer the highest quality products at an excellent price. We are the only providers of the popular lactose-free Influenzinum & Thymuline Combo, arguably the best natural flu protection kit recommended by integrative health practitioners and doctors,” said Worth.


HomeopathyStore.com’s customers have eagerly awaited this season’s Influenzinum, which contains the latest inactivated influenza vaccine.


“So excited to find this…will be a new yearly addition to our health regimen to avoid
toxins and side effects and strengthen our immune system naturally,” says new customer Lori Hayden.

“I have fallen in love with Influenzinum 9C. This past flu season all the members of our
extended family but one (15) took the remedy as directed as a preventative. Only one
person came down with the “flu of the year” and that was the one person who did not
take the remedy. Thank you for carrying it,” says Carol, a shopper from Washington state.


“Thank you for these amazing remedies! I started to feel like I was being invaded by the most current flu bug and after one dose each of Influenzinum and Thymuline I felt totally back to health. I immediately gave it to my entire family for protection. We don’t get flu vaccines and this is the perfect natural way. Next year I’ll buy the most current Influenzinum and we’ll start taking them both ahead of the epidemic,” says loyal customer Susan Kingsbury.


HomeopathyStore is owned and operated by Ratis, LLC. The business is based in Baltimore and operates online. Since 2010, the company has offered homeopathic remedies and Schuessler Cell Salts to customers throughout the U.S. They offer one of the largest selections of single remedies and specialize in natural flu and allergy relief and lactose-free, liquid homeopathic oral sprays.


With the recent launch of Influenzinum 2018-2019, customers around the country can protect themselves from the upcoming flu season. More information, as well as coupons and shipping discounts, can be found by visiting HomeopathyStore.com.






New Vitamin C Toner

Why you need Skin Actives’ new Vitamin C Toner

What is special about Skin Actives’ new toner? To start, it is not what would have been called a toner 20 years ago. Back then, a toner had lots of alcohol in it to close the pores by drying up the skin and making pores less noticeable. It may even have contained astringent chemicals that could damage your skin! To top it all off, it would have contained menthol, or a derivative, to fool your skin nerves and give you the impression that it was doing “something”. This type of toner was doing something alright, probably introducing you to sensitive skin, a problem you might not have had before using the skin care products of that time.

Now, because we know better, we have a new kind of toner. This toner that will refresh your skin while benefiting it in a number of ways. Skin Actives Scientific’s toner will finish cleansing your skin while providing the benefits of a non-acidic, non irritating vitamin C (magnesium ascorbyl phosphate). This toner will also balance the skin, increase collagen synthesis, and decrease irritation.

How does our toner manage to provide all these benefits?

The active ingredients:

Witch Hazel

Hamamelis, a.k.a. witch hazel, is an herb that Native Americans used for many afflictions, including swelling, minor cuts, and inflammation. It is still used today, and you will find it in our toner. Our witch hazel is alcohol-free, so you can use it to help remove excess oil and debris without fear of drying the skin.


This is a sugar alcohol present in many fruits and vegetables, as well as in the human body. It is used in skin care as a probiotic because it inhibits bad bacteria without killing the good bacteria that keep our skin healthy. It also promotes collagen synthesis and decreases irritation.

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate

Magnesium Ascorbyl Phosphate (MAP) is a stable form of vitamin C which is an excellent antioxidant that is also essential for collagen synthesis. Scurvy, an age old syndrome of vitamin C deficiency, is related to defective collagen synthesis. MAP is also a skin lightener, improves skin elasticity, decreases wrinkles, and reduces redness.

Aloe Vera

The gel obtained from the Aloe barbadensis plant improves skin hydration, and soothes redness and irritation.


The fucoidan we use at Skin Actives is extracted and purified from brown algae (Phaeophyta). When applied to the skin, these polysaccharides will increase support collagen and other proteins, as well as acting as an antioxidant.

Neroli Floral Water

The floral water of orange blossoms will make your morning (or evening) better just by being a beautiful scent. In addition, this lovely floral water will help refresh and soothe the skin.

Runway RunAway Super Model writes and directs SKIN ON SKIN A Fashion Film Premiering at Coronado Island Film Festival Nov. 10th, 7PM 2018

Siren Star Enterprises Inc., announces Skin on Skin a Fashion Film, written and directed by Lorelei Shellist will have its’ North American Premiereat the Coronado Island Film Festival on Saturday, November 10, at 7:00 p.m., in the “Doc Shorts B” at the Black Box Theater at the Coronado School of the Arts located at 650 D Avenue, in Coronado, California. After the screening of Skin on Skin at the Coronado Island Film Festival, Lorelei will participate in a filmmaker Q and A with the audience. 

Skin on Skin

Runway RunAway Super Model follows her dreams producing SKIN ON SKIN  a Fashion Film    “Courageous, runaway, teenage girl shares gritty side of a glamorous life.”

SKIN ON SKIN is a short docu-drama about a runaway girl who chases her dreams to see the world. International fashion runways become her ticket as she becomes part of the magic behind the scenes of the private world of Haute Couture as a model/muse to the most iconic fashion designers in the world; Lagerfeld at Chanel, YSL, Ungaro, Armani and Bob Mackie. Skin on Skin shares the essence of what happens under the skin as the realities of a jet set life take their toll. Surviving a broken heart, she loses her fist love, (fiancé, late rock icon guitarist, Steve Clark from multi-platinum rock band Def Leppard,) at the height of their careers. Young Lorelei, soldiers beyond the pitfalls of a glamorous life, returning home to Hollywood and becomes a fashion designer in her own right. Travel with her as she explores her dreams with perseverance, beauty, and courage. A resonating story that inspires you to follow your own heart.

SKIN ON SKIN includes authentic, vintage VHS film footage from Lorelei’s own video archives, runway fashion shows, (circa 1980’s, Paris, France,) and behind the scenes footage of Def Leppards’ Hysteria World Tour 1987-1989 original music composed by Peitor Angell – with musical contribution “Switch 625”written by Steve Clark of Def Leppard. 


Skin on Skin earned four nominations: Best Documentary – Best Editing – Best Narration – Best Music – at the World Premiere in the La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival   


The Coronado Island Film Festival, is a magical location for a story of dreams to premiere, featuring film maker panels, press reception, screening, awards and more! The festival gathers makers and lovers of movies in the unique seaside location of Coronado California, to share and celebrate the magical art of visual storytelling.

Skin on Skin is written and directed by Lorelei Shellist. Lorelei Shellist brings new meaning to the definition of “supermodel.” Having been a graceful and spirited muse for Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld, Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Lacroix, Bob Mackie, Geoffrey Beene, Giorgio Armani, and fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez… Lorelei received first-hand experience on how to bring art and dreams to life from many of the world’s most revered designers. In her memoir, Runway Runaway: A Backstage Pass to Fashion, Romance & Rock ‘n Roll, ” Lorelei inspires with her perseverance, determination, survival skills, and wit. Shellist serves others as an author, producer, speaker, Fashion Icon Archetypes™ founder, image consultant and inner beauty empowerment coach.

Beyond the runway, Lorelei has appeared internationally in films, TV, commercials, and print, and is a singer/songwriter. She holds degrees from the Masters’ programs in Spiritual Psychology and Consciousness, Health, and Healing from the University of Santa Monica, and is a graduate of Alison Armstrong’s “PAX Programs: Peace Between Men and Women.” In addition, she is a facilitating counselor with the Freedom to Choose Foundation 501(c)(3), working with inmates at Valley State Prison for Women in Chowchilla, and the California Institute for Women in Chino Ca. Her own non-profit organization, I AM Dreams With Wings, teaches critical life skills to at-risk teens for class credit. Lorelei also offers two scholarships at Mesa College in San Diego. The Shellist Music Scholarship provides a full tuition for vocational students of music, with the Runway Runaway Fashion Design Scholarship designated for students in fashion.


Recently Lorelei designed her own fashion brand label, the Runway Runaway Collection® featuring her Signature wardrobe staple The Dream Dress® featured in Skin on Skin“For the Woman on the run – who thrives in her skin!”

After the screening of Skin on Skin  at the Coronado Island Film Festival Lorelei will participate in a filmmaker Q and A with the audience. 

Skin on Skin will inspire you to follow your dreams too!

TRAILER:  https://youtu.be/BvQzz17Dmkg





“Inspiring and Empowering people is my passion!” 

Lorelei Shellist 

Siren Star Enterprises Inc.






Recognizing Individuals and Organizations for Contributions to the Energy Industry at the AEE Regional Awards Ceremony

Charlotte, NC – The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), a nonprofit professional society of over 18,000 members, is presenting over 60 regional awards to individuals and organizations around the world. It is important to recognize these individuals and companies for their dedication and performance in the energy efficiency and renewable energy industry.  The following awards will be given at the AEE Regional Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, October 16th at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC, in conjunction with the 41st World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC).

Winners in Region I (CT, DE, ME, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT):
Energy Engineer of the Year – Ian Marchant, CDM Smith
Corporate Energy Management – Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Institutional Energy Management – West Orange NJ Board of Education
Energy Professional Development – Stephen M. Di Giacomo, Energy Management Associates, Inc.
Energy Manager of the Year – Jeffrey Myrdek, CBRE
Energy Project of the Year – PSE&G Hospital Efficiency Program at Hackensack University Medical Center
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – Valley Sports Arena
Energy Innovator of the Year – Jeff Wright, Compressor Energy Services
Young Energy Professional of the Year – John Maw, FMC Technologies, Inc.

Winners in Region II (AL, FL, GA, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, DC, WV, PR):
Corporate Energy Management – Atlanta Airlines Terminal Corporation  
Institutional Energy Management – University of Central Florida Utilities & Energy Services
Energy Professional Development – Cecil Jones, General Dynamics Information Technology
Energy Manager of the Year – George (Buster) Barksdale, CoGen Power Solutions
Energy Project of the Year –  Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel Continuous Commissioning and VAV Conversion
Energy Innovator of the Year – Kady Cowan, Carolinas HealthCare System
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Wade Willatt, Nissan North America

Winners in Region III (IL, IN, IO, KY, MI, MN, OH, WI):
Energy Engineer of the Year – David A. Metzger, P.E., MG Energy
Corporate Energy Management – The Huntington National Bank
Institutional Energy Management – Grand Valley State University
Energy Manager of the Year – Gary Londo, General Motors, Global Technical Center
Energy Project of the Year – Data Center East

Winners in Region IV (AR, CO, KS, LA, MO, MT, NE, NM, ND, OK, SD, TX, WY):Institutional Energy Management – University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Energy Manager of the Year – Kerry Rowland, AEP PSO
Energy Project of the Year – Helena Chiller Project
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Energy Performance Contract
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Jeremy Nelson, Aramark

Winners in Region V (AK, AZ, CA, HA, ID, NV, OR, UT, WA):
Corporate Energy Management – Western Digital/Jacobs Engineering/Pacific Gas and Electric
Institutional Energy Management – Davis School District
Energy Professional Development – Roger Ebbage, Energy Education Institute
Energy Manager of the Year – Rich David, Willdan/Abacus
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – PG&E’s EPIC Energy Storage for Distribution Operations Project at Browns Valley
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Sarah Gilchrist, University of California, Santa Cruz

Asia Pacific Rim Region
Energy Project of the Year – The First CHP Generating System in Hospital of Hong Kong

Asia Subcontinent Region
Energy Engineer of the Year – Dr. T V Ramachandra, Indian Institute of Science
Institutional Energy Management – Damodar Valley Corporation, Ministry of Power, Government of India
Energy Professional Development – Dr. Mittal Prem Prakash, A-Z 01-Energy Engineers pvt ltd
Energy Manager of the Year – Venkata Subba Rao Pasupuleti, Bambino Pasta Food Industries
Energy Project of the Year – Green Parliament Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Muhammad Imran Khan

Canada Region
Institutional Energy Management – Integrated Performance Contracting Project at the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivieres
Energy Manager of the Year – Andrew Hejnar, 3M Canada
Energy Project of the Year – Integrated Performance Contracting Project at the Montreal Olympic Park
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – Alexandra District Energy Utility (ADEU) Phase 4 – Integration of Commercial Customer Base
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Nasreddine Guerfala, Enwave Energy Corporation

Eastern & Central Europe Region
Institutional Energy Management – Association of Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (TUCN) and Cluj-Napoca City Municipality and Center of Resources for Energy Efficiency and Climate Change (CREESC)
Energy Manager of the Year – Marcel Lauko, Energy Center Bratislava
Energy Project of the Year – Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy in Southeast Anatolia Region

Former Soviet Union Region
Energy Engineer of the Year – Oleg Razumovskyi, Inzhenerna Logika LLC
Energy Manager of the Year – Oleksandr Ovdiienko, Group of Companies “Sodruzhestvo”

Latin America Region
Energy Professional Development – Dr. Jose Samuel Monterroso, ECONOVA S.A.
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – Caldera 30+

Middle East Region
Energy Engineer of the Year – Alan Aoun, Samir Khairallah & Partners
Corporate Energy Management – SITEX
Energy Professional Development – Shifaa Al-Khatatbeh, Izzat Marji Group
Energy Manager of the Year – Amjad Saleh Alkam, Eco Engineering and Energy Solutions (EcoSol)
Energy Project of the Year – Green Neighborhood Development at Sahab City
Innovative Energy Project of the Year – King Hussein Foundation Net Metering PV on Grid Wheeling System
Energy Innovator of the Year – Maddala V Bhanumurthy, Saudi Aramco
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Ala’a Mannoun, AMC Training & Consulting
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Jovin Mathew, Johnson Controls

Oceania Region
Energy Project of the Year – The Reject Shop National Energy System Optimisation

Sub-Saharan Africa Region
Energy Manager of the Year – Elron Awase, Tesla Energy Solutions
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Daniel K. Bungey, NegaWatt East Africa Ltd
Young Energy Professional of the Year – Albert Williams, Energy Cybernetics

Western Europe Region
Institutional Energy Management – RenoWatt by GRE-Liege
Energy Project of the Year – Monitor & Save Project for Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel  

AEE Honors Energy Efficiency Professionals at the 41st International Awards Banquet

Charlotte, NC – Through its International Awards Program, the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) shines the light on the important work that is being done by individuals, organizations, agencies, and corporations. By identifying those who exemplify the very best in their fields, energy professionals are honored and the industry is advanced. Recognition of excellence by one’s peers and other professionals in the energy industry is the purpose of this program.

The 2018 International Awards will be presented the evening of Wednesday, October 17th at the AEE International Awards Banquet, being held at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC in conjunction with the 41st World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC).

  • Energy Engineer of the Year – Shail Derashri, Senior Energy Analyst, Academy for Conservation of Energy
  • Corporate Energy Management – Baxter Healthcare Corporation
  • Institutional Energy Management of the Year – University of British Columbia
  • Energy Professional Development – Harris Schaer, Director, Energy and Sustainability, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
  • Energy Manager of the Year – Bobby H. Starling, President, B. Starling & Associates, Inc.
  • Energy Project of the Year: National – Retro-commissioning the World’s Busiest Airport
  • Energy Project of the Year: International – Cradle of Humankind
  • Innovative Energy Project of the Year – DirectLink LNG
  • Energy Innovator of the Year – Yolanda de Lange, Project Manager, Energy Training Foundation
  • Young Energy Professional of the Year – Katie Dimmer, Energy Engineer, Charter Steel
  • Young Energy Professional of the Year – Maher Maymoun, Energy Efficiency Consultant, Izzat Marji Group
  • Young Energy Professional of the Year – Shutaro Takeda, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Energy Science, Kyoto University
  • Distinguished Service – Ian Boylan, Director, Target Energy


For detailed information on the award winners and their outstanding accomplishments, please visit www.aeecenter.org/2018Awards

New innovative brand for reusable drinking bottles “JuNiki’s Double Neck”: Fashionable German househusband engineered the world’s most convenient and hygienic drinking bottle – now available @KickStarter

World’s Most Hygienic Drinking Bottle

Have you heard about JuNiki’s, the new kind of hygienic drinking bottle? JuNiki’s claims to be the world’s most convenient & hygienic drinking bottle and they aren’t joking around! This revolutionary new drinking bottle has been enginWe found the world's most convenient and hygienic drinking bottle!eered by Dr. Christian Kehlenbeck from Germany and I assure you, you’re going to want one of these bottles once you learn more.


The Fashionable Housewife: Christian, in your normal, everyday life you work as a management consultant, so what is the story behind inventing a new kind of drinking bottle when there are so many at market already?

Dr. Christian Kehlenbeck: Normally I am not at home during the week because I am working at the client site, but following an intense project, I took a break from working and became a househusband for almost two years. During this time I took responsibility for preparing food and drinking bottles early in the morning for my two girls, who were both at primary school at that time. I quickly became really frustrated with reusable water bottles that are currently available on the market. In my experience, all those reusable bottles have at least one major pain point: They are either really hard or next to impossible to clean thoroughly, not leak-proof when carrying in a bag, not easy to drink from without spilling, or almost impossible to get refilled under a tiny dispenser or certain faucets. It’s ridiculous!

The Fashionable Housewife: I hear you! I have the same problem with all of the reusable water bottles I’ve tried. So what did you do?

Dr. Christian Kehlenbeck: I identified the main construction issue of current types of drinking bottles:

  • Small mouth bottle -> easy to drink but hard to clean, no option to add fruits or ice
  • Wide mouth bottle -> easy to fill and clean but hard to drink without spilling
  • Medium sized opening -> just combining disadvantages of both worlds instead of solving the issue
  • Wide mouth with fancy one push opening? No way, almost impossible to clean, mold will win at the end of the day.

And I realized that the perfect, most convenient and hygienic drinking bottle needs both: A small AND a wide mouth. Hard to realize, but I did, by inventing the – international patent application filed – double necked cap, which is giving all the benefits!

JuNiki’s cap design offers a smaller angled opening for spill-free sipping and another angled wide-mouth opening for easy refilling (also horizontally) or loading in larger items like ice cubes, fruits, or even wheatgrass! Plus JuNiki’s Double Neck is specially constructed for quick cleaning, offering an overall hygienic drinking bottle design that is free of blind spots that are impossible to clean and preventing mold and mildew build up. Finally – the first wide-mouth flask that you can carry in your bag without risk of flooding and yet drink from without any spills.

As a result, I produced the first version of JuNiki’s for school children, made of Tritan by Eastman, available in Germany from beginning of this year.

The Fashionable Housewife: And right now you are running a Kickstarter campaign for new types of water bottles that are geared for adults, right?

Dr. Christian Kehlenbeck: Correct! Fashionable housewives around me identified the benefits of this new flask, and they did ask for bigger versions, not for their children but for themselves! They wanted to be able to take their own fresh and healthy drinks to the office or to the gym. They also asked for other materials than Tritan.

Because of the benefits of having the double neck, this has been an easier task: Searching for the best wide mouth bottle bodies and adapting the cap to make it fit to the new materials. That’s it! The new JuNiki’s bottles come in two food safe, BPA free materials, both types being absolutely leak-proof also with carbonated drinks: Vacuum-insulated 304 Pro-Grade Stainless Steel (18/32/64oz) & Borosilicate Glass with single-wall (18oz) and double-wall (11oz) design. We are confident that once you try JuNiki’s, you’ll agree that it is indeed the world’s most convenient and hygienic drinking bottle available on the market today.

These amazing hygienic drinking bottles are being produced right now and preordering via Kickstarter is still possible until August 28th noon! Click here to learn more: http://kck.st/2KsAOyd

This interview has been conducted by Sarah-Jean Ballard. She is the Editor-in-Chief & Publisher of The Fashionable Housewife blog and the founder of Fashionable Media network. Sarah-Jean is a wife, stay-at-home mother of FOUR and a diehard fashionista who uses her blog to share advice and review products that can “Help moms like YOU, look fashionable too!”®

Dr. Christian Kehlenbeck is the founder and managing partner of JuNiki’s Double Neck. You can reach him via publicrelations@junikis.com.


Link to JuNiki‘s website: https://www.junikis.de/International-Customers

Link to KickStarter: http://kck.st/2KsAOyd

Link to The Fashionable Housewife: https://www.thefashionablehousewife.com

Novodiax introduces ihcDirect® Pan-CK 4Abs, AE1/AE3, CEA, and CD45 reagents to growing list of 10-Minute IHC Assays for in-vitro diagnostic use.

Hayward, CA, August 17, 2018– Novodiax Inc., a leader in intraoperative immunohistochemistry (IHC) technology, announces the availability of four new ihcDirect staining kits for in vitro diagnostic (IVD) use: Pan-CK 4Abs, AE1/AE3, CEA and CD45 Assays. “These products demonstrate our continued drive to deliver meaningful 10-minute IHC test results on frozen tissues to improve patient care for hospitals and clinicians,” said Jianfu Wang, PhD, CEO of Novodiax. The Oncology assays can reduce surgeon wait times for histology results from hours to minutes, thus speeding the clinical interpretation of tissue staining patterns while often eliminating subsequent follow up visits and surgeries.

The ihcDirect Pan-CK 4Abs (pan-cytokeratin 4 antibodies) assay detects cytokeratins 1-8, 10, 14-16, 18, and 19. Pan-cytokeratin tests have been used for evaluating micrometastases in sentinel lymph nodes from patients with breast carcinomas. The cocktail also overcomes the poor reactivity of AE1/AE3 in frozen epithelial tissues, such as skin and lung.

The ihcDirect CEA assay detects Carcinoembryonic Antigen, (CEA, also known as CD66e) that is expressed in colorectal cancers (CRC) and is a biomarker commonly used in a colorectal cancer IHC antibody panel. CEA expression can be seen in adenocarcinomas from the lung, colon, stomach, liver, and breast.  The marker is often used with other markers to help distinguish between adenocarcinoma and epithelioid malignant mesotheliomas.

The ihcDirect CD45 (Cluster of Differentiation 45) assay is   intended for the identification of a broad range of leucocytes. CD45, also named Leucocyte Common Antigen (LCA), is expressed in all leucocytes including both B and T lymphocytes as well as other hematopoietic cells, such as basophils, granulocytes, macrophages / histiocytes, mast cells, and monocytes. This test may be applied to individuals suspected of having related forms of lymphomas or other hematopoietic tumors.

The ihcDirect AE1/AE3 assay is intended for the identification of a broad range of cytokeratin proteins which are expressed in tissues of epithelial origin, including squamous and glandular epithelial cells.

Using our patent pending technology, antibody incubation time is only 3-minutes for frozen tissues. The technology also reduces the number of test steps when compared to traditional IHC test methods by eliminating the need for secondary antibodies and subsequent wash steps. All Novodiax ihcDirect reagents and test kits use the same 10-minute test turnaround protocol for frozen tissues. Most of the tests can also be performed using formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues. These ready-for-use immunohistochemistry reagents and antibody test kits can be purchased as individual reagents or as a complete test kit including: antibody, blocker and DAB chromogen.  The test results for this product should be interpreted by a qualified pathologist in conjunction with histological examination, relevant clinical information, and proper controls. These products are intended for in vitro diagnostic (IVD) use.


About Novodiax:

Novodiax, Inc. is a privately held company founded in 2009 and dedicated to advancing tissue-based and cell-based diagnostics and immunoassays. The company developed the innovative ihcDirect platform allowing rapid determination of tissue during intraoperative procedures and is exploring applications for companion diagnostics. For further information visit our website at www.novodiax.com.


For inquiries please contact: 

Novodiax, Inc.


3517 Breakwater Ave

Hayward, CA 94545, USA                                                                                                                       

Toll Free: +1 (888) 439-2716

Phone: +1 (510) 342-3043


Bishop Toris T. Young give status report and commits to standing with Puerto Rico in Long-term Recovery

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO, July, 31, 2018—-/Lightning Releases / Now that we are in the midst of hurricane season 2018, Bishop Toris T. Young, Greater Bibleway Church International, Greater Bibleway Housing and Community Development Corp., New Faith Church, Greater Bibleway Missionary Baptist Church, Louisiana Ministerial Alliance Of Churches, partners, members and friends united as we stand with our family, friends and strangers of Puerto Rico. ” We are welcoming home Bishop Toris T. Young and the thousands of faithful volunteers who have been on the ground since the day Hurricane Irma and Maria hit, and we have a team of 500 faithful missionaries, ministers and workers who will continue to help them rebuild their lives.” said Joseph D. Tate director of operations for Greater Bibleway Church International Puerto Rico. As hurricane season enters 2018 people around the globe are still reeling from last year’s devastating storms and preparing for new storms that may affect people from coast to coast. That’s why Bishop Toris T. Young, Greater Bibleway Church International will continue to lead organizations, churches, civic groups, elected officials and people of good will to the aid of millions of people affect by these tragic events. Bishop Toris T. Young announce a multi-year recovery plan aimed are rehabilitating more than 600 homes and 100 churches in central and southern Puerto Rico. “It’s important for people in Puerto Rico to know they are not forgotten, and that God loves them, Bishop Toris T. young and Greater Bibleway Church International and its partners love them,” said Greater Bibleway Church International (GBCI) Pastor, Bishop and C.E.O. Bishop Toris T. Young.  “We have been on the ground in Puerto Rico since the day Hurricane Irma and Maria hit, and we will continue and not leave until the work is complete and people’s lives have been restored and re-build, this is our goal, our mandate to do the hard work.” Greater Bibleway Church International and its partners have a plan, a much-needed solar energy project for 200 homes in Yabucoa, one of the hardest-hit areas on the island, where residents continue to be affected by intermittent power outages. Teams have begun installing the solar units in the past two months of 2018. The solar project is the second of its kind for GBCI following hurricane Katrina which struck the gulf coast of Louisiana and Mississippi affecting the home of Greater Bibleway Church international GBCI in the city of New Orleans. The time-intensive installation process will provide enough electricity for a small home, including enough to power a refrigerator, which is critically important when electricity isn’t available because it allows residents to keep crucial prescription medications and temperature-sensitive food items from spoiling. “We are here to stay” said Bishop Young

Bishop Toris T. Young, Greater Bibleway Church International and its partners around the world, would like to thank the many men and women who made the following possible:

PUERTO RICO STATISTICS: Greater Bibleway Church International GBCI Post-Irma & Maria Aid

10,800 Bibles

8,250 people served by 102 free mobile medical clinics

2,300+ generator kits

837 helicopter trips to deliver tons of food, supplies across the island, GBCI in March shipped another 700 generator kits, which include a generator, oil, a gas can and solar lights. The kits are being distributed to vulnerable families in remote areas of central Puerto Rico that still do not have access to power.

82,000 tarps, helping households stay dry until permanent repairs can be made

60,000 grocery boxes, in partnership with FEMA and partners world-wide

6,000+ solar lamps

25,000 Sawyer water filters

Tens of thousands of buckets and jerry cans used to transport water

BACKGROUND REPORT: Caribbean-Wide Response to Date Continues

  1. Rev. Toris T. Young, Greater Bibleway Church International and its world-wide partners report the following:

Our first deployed teams of disaster response members across a few Caribbean islands in the immediate aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria to provide medical help, mental health, spiritual and distribute food, emergency shelter and materials, clean water, hygiene kits and solar lights to families in need.

Over the subsequent weeks and months, GBCI have taken many FedEX planeloads of relief supplies from around the globe to the Caribbean, airlifting more than 1,500 tons of emergency relief supplies and key staff. With the conclusion of the emergency response phase, GBCI is now shipping additional supplies on barges, with more than 2,500 tons of aid shipped by air and sea to the Caribbean so far. Many supplies have also been sourced locally.

In addition to distributing relief supplies, GBCI established a Go-Fund-Me page to help children who are separated from their parents, due to the high rate of incarceration go to http://www.gbcint.org to donate to this cause.


More than 75 homes have been repaired, with another 150 targeted for completion by the end of 2018. GBCI staff have completed repairs to five church buildings and will work on five other churches that were significantly damaged. GBCI also installed a reverse-osmosis plant that continues to provide safe water for families as they move back to the island.


GBCI plan to assist with an estimated 2,000 roof repairs. Over the next two to three years, Bishop Toris T. Young has authorized plans to repair 43 churches and provide reconstruction support to approximately 1,000 people through home repair efforts. GBCI, in partnership with the local community, continues to truck clean water to communities in need.

St. Martin

GBCI, was the first religious organization of it’s kind to arrive after the hurricane with food, water and heavy-duty shelter materials, plans to repair 50 churches, restore 400 homes and provide 1,500 families with material assistance vouchers to purchase large appliances, lumber, windows, roofing supplies or other construction materials.

Houston, Baytown, Port Author Texas

GBCI, the first religious organization on the ground in Texas during the 2017 flooding, assist with an estimated 50,000 meals served, 30,000 heavy-duty shelter materials and 20,000 Bibles. Worked with the many volunteer groups to rescue some 15,000 residents from their homes. EMTs, members of the military, police, and all good will who have rolled up their sleeves to help the people of Texas.

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6122 5th Ave.

Marrero, Louisiana 70072


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Baytown, Texas 77520

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Deasil Cognitive Launches, Harnessing Artificial Intelligence for Industrial and Public Sector Benefits

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Karl Hirsch

GLENDALE, CA – July 30, 2018 – Deasil Cognitive, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) company with its proprietary IP, unique technology stack, and distinctively experienced management team is poised to transform such varied fields as automotive, healthcare and government. The company is an offshoot of Deasil Works, the world-renowned California based software development company.

“Deasil means to move clockwise or in the right direction,” said Jeff Masud, COO of Deasil Cognitive. 
“Our mission is to use cognitive technologies to move industry and government in the right direction of their objectives. We’re passionate about using artificial intelligence for transcendent benefit.” Industry research suggests the sector Deasil Cognitive is entering will reach $6 to $8 Trillion in value within the next ten years.

Deasil Cognitive projects that its platform will be able to build value across multiple sectors. In healthcare, for example, Deasil Cognitive can mine medical records to optimize patient care for the V.A. and private healthcare companies. In this process, the platform collects, stores and normalizes data, tracing its lineage and actioning it for enhanced treatment plans. The technology can be leveraged to streamline processes and root out therapies from a database of molecular structures to combat diseases. Applying AI at the sensor level, in the Internet of Things (IoT), Deasil Cognitive will also monitor medical equipment to avoid failures and reduce delays in surgeries, MRIs and X-Rays. “It starts with machine learning and AI, but we can save lives if we focus on what’s important and bring this technology stack to its full potential,” Masud added.

The architecture of the Deasil Cognitive platform is a key factor in its transformative potential. With a microservices architecture, the platform can be at once flexible, scalable and high-performing. The software can invoke microservices for Machine Learning, Machine Reasoning, Natural Language Processing, and Blockchain on demand. As needed, it can add scale at the services level, making the deployment agile but powerful.  “The Deasil Cognitive platform has been uniquely built to scale and support what is coming next year and for the next ten years” Craig Johnston, CTO of Deasil Cognitive added.

Deasil Cognitive has engaged a world-renowned team of professionals with deep knowledge and experience of business development, software development as well as technologies and operations in oil and gas, manufacturing, aviation, automotive, transportation and government. Each core team member has over 25 years each of experience in designing, developing and selling technology solutions for these segments.  The company’s board of advisors each has over 40 years each of relationships and experience across the verticals mentioned above to help drive new business opportunities for Deasil Cognitive.


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Tahitian Noni Juice creators sign long-term agreement with Miss Tahiti pageant

Sponsorship agreement is one more in a long list of successful partnerships with the government and people of French Polynesia


AMERICAN FORK, UTAH; July 13, 2018—Morinda, the company that gave the world Tahitian Noni Juice, has signed a long-term deal to become a title sponsor of the Miss Tahiti pageant. The agreement is the latest manifestation of a wonderful and mutually beneficial relationship with the people and government of Tahiti—the home of the world’s best noni.


“We couldn’t be happier to work once more with the amazing people of Tahiti by sponsoring the Miss Tahiti pageant,” said Shon Whitney, global vice president of sales and marketing. “It makes all the sense in the world for us to be a part of this magnificent event—which is actually a celebration of health, beauty and the Tahitian culture. We built our company on these three bedrock principles.”


Tahiti is a place of unrivaled beauty. From white-sand beaches to dramatic volcanic mountain ranges, Tahiti’s landscape is breathtaking. Likewise, its people are beautiful and strong. Morinda feels a great corporate responsibility to preserve Tahiti’s great culture of health and beauty, and Whitney believes this partnership will help do just that.


“We draw so much inspiration from Tahiti,” he said. “Not only is it the home of noni, but it’s the heart and soul of our whole company. The people, the beautiful landscape—we think about Tahiti with every step we take. We hope by partnering with the Miss Tahiti Pageant to preserve that culture, and also shine a light on this heavenly place.”


In addition to offering public relations, operational and financial support for the event, Morinda will also reward the winner of the pageant, “Miss Tahiti,” the opportunity to be a worldwide spokesperson, and the cornerstone of a large publicity and awareness campaign. This campaign will whisk her away to fabulous locations all over the world.  


Morinda’s unique public-private relationship with Tahiti and the government of French Polynesia spans over two decades. In 1996, Morinda created a market for the noni fruit, which grows in abundance on the islands of French Polynesia, and brought thousands of jobs to the country, especially in the rural areas. Tahitian Noni Juice, Morinda’s flagship product, is a worldwide phenomenon, and it caused noni to become Tahiti’s No. 1 agricultural export in less than two years. Morinda built a huge state-of-the-art processing facility on the island of Tahiti, creating more jobs in the process, and is a frequent supporter of Tahitian social causes—providing relief after natural disasters and maintaining support of a local orphanage.


“We are always looking for more opportunities to partner with the people of Tahiti,” Whitney said. “We just feel so honored to be a part of that nation’s proud story.”