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  • Newborns in Need Charity Drive and Pre-Black Friday Event

    Newborns in Need Charity Drive and Pre-Black Friday Event    Burbank, California- November 22 2015 -The holidays are just around the corner. It’s the season for giving – and dodging pushy shoppers on Black Friday. What if you could give to a worthy cause and avoid Black Friday crowds, while getting your shopping done with no lines, and supporting small

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  • Playdate Connection “Connects” with Books and Cookies owner Chudney Ross to Support Mompreneurs and Small Businesses

    PICTURE ABOVE IS XENIA MOORE WITH XM PUBLIC RELATIONS Playdate Connection “Connects” with Books and Cookies owner Chudney Ross to Support Mompreneurs and Small Businesses   Santa Monica, California- September 22, 2015– Chudney Ross, owner of Books and Cookies partners with Michelle Arevalo, owner of Playdate Connection, to offer upcoming event at Books and Cookies which will provide a place

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  • Nevus Awareness

    What is a Congenital Melanocytic Nevus? By Jaclyn Mandel with Get Goalden (www.getgoalden.com) A nevus is a birthmark. Nevus Outreach deals with large and giant congenital melanocytic nevi (GCMN). Large means, well, big! Congenital means it is present at birth. Melanocytic means that it is pigment-based. GCMN’s are thought to occur about once in every 500,000 births. Besides producing increased pigmentation,

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  • Changing Your Health Behavior

    by Victoria Vigil, MPH COPE Certified Health Coach   NASA did an experiment years ago where they made goggles for astronauts that flipped their vision upside down.  They wore these goggles 24/7, even when they slept.  Hence, they saw everything upside down 24/7.  The interesting part of the story is that about 26 days later, the astronauts starting seeing things right

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  • The Basics of Networking

    By Michelle Arevalo

    The art of networking can be applied in so many different ways. Networking can lead to landing a new job, gaining more customers, getting into the right school or finding the right business for your needs. A common misconception or stereotype people have about ‘who is a good networker’ is someone who is great at schmoozing or is extremely extroverted.

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