Tuesday, August 30, 2011
“Singles are the Rodney Dangerfields of our society,” says Rich Gosse, Chairman of The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization.
San Rafael, CA, August 30, 2011 - “Singles are the Rodney Dangerfields of our society,” says Rich Gosse, Chairman of The Society of Single Professionals, the world’s largest non-profit singles organization. “They can’t get no respect. Singles are the victims of systematic discrimination, particularly in the areas of Taxes, Insurance, Retirement Benefits, Employee Benefits, Housing, and Unemployment Benefits. That’s why we are proud to be the official sponsor of National Singles Week, September 18-24, 2011, the only week dedicated to the recognition of the special contributions of all singles. The first National Singles Week was in 1982. The week has been declared by official proclamation of Governors throughout America, including California, and is listed in Chase's Calendar of Events, a directory of such events for the country.
“Latest statistics reveal that there are 90 million single adults in America,” says Mr. Gosse, who is America’s foremost authority on the single lifestyle. He is the author of eight books on this subject, including Singles Guide to America, You CAN Hurry Love, and A Good Man Is EASY to Find (“This is a great book!” – Oprah Winfrey). His expert advice has been featured by ABC, BBC, CBS, CNBC, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Cosmopolitan, Playboy, Playgirl, Business Week, The London Times, The Australian, The New Zealand Herald, and hundreds of other media outlets worldwide. Rich Gosse is the first candidate in history to campaign on a “Fairness for Singles Platform,” when he ran for Governor in California’s historic Recall Election in 2003.
Mr. Gosse is available to the news media to discuss National Singles Week and Fairness for Singles by calling 415/479-3800. His website is www.RichGosse.com.
WHAT THE NEWS MEDIA SAYS ABOUT RICH GOSSE
"America's leading singles-ologist." Sydney Morning Herald
"The Sultan of Singledom." The West Australian and The Sacramento Bee
"The Date Doctor." Associated Press
"Mr. Single." San Francisco Chronicle
"The Singles Guru." Las Vegas Review Journal
"America's foremost authority on finding a romantic partner."
National Singles Register
"The High Guru of Happy Singledom." Oakland Tribune
"The Billy Graham of the Singles World." New Zealand Herald
"Cupid's Proxy." Long Beach Press Telegram
"Mr. Single of California." Riverside Press-Enterprise
“A Walking Encyclopaedia on Luring the Opposite Sex.” New Zealand Herald
"The Singles Evangelist." Vallejo Times-Herald
"The Singles Swami." Tacoma News Tribune and San Francisco Examiner
"The Love Guru." Santa Barbara News-Press
“The Dating Maven.” Hayward Daily Review
“The Love Doctor.” Waukesha WI Freeman
“America’s foremost flirting authority.” New Zealand Herald on Sunday
About The Society of Single Professionals:
Society of Single Professionals is the events division of American Singles Education, Inc., world's largest non-profit singles organization. We are the only organization that runs events for singles worldwide, on 6 continents. Our Singles Travel Company division organizes dozens of affordable group tours for singles each year, to exotic destinations worldwide. We also operate The Singles Podcasting Network, featuring interviews with major authors and experts on dating and the single lifestyle.
Society of Single Professionals
205 Mark Twain Avenue
San Rafael, CA 94903
The various approaches to HIV eradication all address a problem, and that problem is the HIV reservoir. HIV reservoirs have been called the last hiding place for HIV within the body. The final step toward finding a cure against HIV lies in dealing with HIV reservoirs.
Toulon, France, August 30, 2011 - What can be done about HIV eradication? The advancements in scientific technology and medical treatments have made significant progress in managing HIV and making it a chronic condition in most patients; however, the next logical step toward a cure has been elusive. Researchers have been working hard for the past few years on closing the gap between manageable disease and functional cure, and several different approaches have been explored or are currently being discussed. While antiretroviral therapy (ART) has been effective against HIV virus out in the open bloodstream, there are pockets of HIV that lie dormant in cells until antiretroviral therapy ceases, which allow them to become active again. These pockets are called HIV reservoirs. The approaches to HIV eradication focus mainly on how to deal with these reservoirs.
Let's talk about some of the discussed approaches; seven of them to be exact. On one approach, ART is started before HIV has a chance to establish reservoirs. This normally takes place when a person is just infected with HIV (acute HIV infection), very early in the process. The hope is to stop viruses before reservoirs can be established. In another approach, ART is intensified greatly in order to stop completely HIV replication. An alternate strategy is to activate dormant T-cells so the remaining HIV reservoirs can be flushed out and eliminated.
There are also strategies that deal with preventing the virus from infecting additional cells directly. If the HIV reservoirs can't be eliminated, one approach involves keeping the reservoirs dormant forever, keeping the HIV from ever replicating again. This means finding ways to disable the virus's ability to replicate. Alternatively, a sixth strategy protects the uninfected cells from ever being infected. The seventh discussed approach attempts to strengthen the body's natural immune system when exposed to HIV, very much like how a vaccine works.
The various approaches to HIV eradication all address a problem, and that problem is the HIV reservoir. HIV reservoirs have been called the last hiding place for HIV within the body. The final step toward finding a functional cure for HIV lies in dealing with HIV reservoirs. The dormant viruses hiding in these places make it very easy for a person's viral load to increase dramatically if ART is stopped even for a short time. Therefore, in conjunction with ART, one of the known possible approaches for HIV eradication—or possibly approaches that haven't been thought of yet—will become increasingly important to develop and implement.
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Australia’s consumers want cosmetic beauty information in the palms of their hands. They want access to the information 24/7 where they are.
Kew, Victoria, August 30, 2011 - Australia’s consumers want cosmetic beauty information in the palms of their hands. They want access to the information 24/7 where they are. Cosmetic Choice has come to the rescue. Cosmetic Choice, Australia’s online destination for cosmetic beauty, health and wellbeing information and resources has released the free Cosmetic Choice smart phone app. The app is available for both the iPhone and the Android operating systems.
So whether you are on a tram in Melbourne, catching a ferry in Sydney, at the beach on the Sunshine coast or at a winery in Margaret River, you find your local businesses to give you a head to toe makeover or just a freshen up. The solution uses state of the art technology to match your location with local businesses. You can set your location and/or use the GPS in your phone. Get the address, get directions, view on a map, see the business ratings or write your own review.
Having a botox break – a lunch break where you get a botox treatment – is now easier than ever. “ Our new smart phone app puts the power of our website in the palm of your hands. With over 175,000 businesses, practitioners and places listed, you can now access the cosmetic beauty, health and wellbeing information when and where you need it” said Mario Anders CEO. Mr Anders said that “This is another great milestone in providing consumers the information and resources necessary to make an informed choice on their cosmetic and beauty needs.”
Be sure to take a look at the deals section of the website. These deals will be coming soon to the smartphone app.
Advertisers will be posting deals on the website, providing a discount and limiting the number of people who can take up the deal. These advertisers can post the DEAL as part of Premium and SHOWCASE advertising options. They benefit in that for a fraction of the cost of general advertising they get a great advertising option, and you get the great deals.
About Cosmetic Choice
Since 2005, Cosmetic Choice has been providing information and resources on the cosmetic beauty market.
Cosmetic Choice Ltd.
Level 6 , Suite 605,
1 Princess Street
Kew, Victoria, 3101
+61 03 9855 2362