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THE IRREFUTABLE SUCCESS OF STEM CELL TREATMENTS
 

In my opinion, one of the hardest things to accept is a new type of medical treatment, particularly when it changes the philosophy, parameters and overall results that we are expecting and basically used to receiving. Stem cells are undoubtedly no exception to this rule. About six weeks ago, Eduardo K, brought his wife Maria to our institute, in order to assess the possibility of using stem cells to cure the severe chronic pain in 
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CELEBRATING MY SUPERHERO ON MOTHER’S DAY, MAY 14
 

When I was a little boy, I remember my mother talking to people – important people and business people – about things I couldn’t begin to understand. It was a technical jargon that might as well have been a foreign language. She was building a company, a big one. A company that would someday employ hundreds of people in six offices around the world doing billions of dollars of business for the largest retail chain on the planet, Subway. She made me believe
I asked her questions about everything, and she always had the answer. When I was sick, she knew what to do to make me feel better. When I was struggling with something, she knew how to help me. She knew how to make me feel safe, secure, and loved. She made me believe I could be anything I ever wanted to be. Read More »

 
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FIVE TIPS TO PROMOTE ACTION FROM YOUR AUDIENCE
 
Your company has a Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram page that seem to be humming along with systematic posting — good content, lots of followers, but zero comments, reviews and sales. If you are looking for something more than a simple thumbs up, then you have to stir something in the audience to take action. I’m assuming you already use call to actions, but if not, I’ll make it #6 on my list Read More »
 
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POSITIVE PEOPLE IN PINECREST – MIGUEL ROTHE
 
Going to South Dakota to work with Native Americans has changed Miguel Rothe’s life. The Palmer Trinity junior has participated in the Palmer-sponsored mission trips to La Plant, South Dakota since their inception. While there, the Palmer delegation works with the Simply Smiles organization to help the Lakota tribe. “This summer will be my third,” he says. “I hope to do this for the rest of my life.” Rothe says the mornings are spent building houses and the afternoons are dedicated to summer camp type activities with the kids. He claims not to be great with kids, so he makes himself useful as support staff. However, he gives kids piggy back rides and makes sure they have the supplies they need to make bracelets or Read More »
 
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THE BANYAN BOWL HOSTS TWO FUN SHOWS FOR CHILDREN
 

Fantasy Theater Company presents Cinderella: A Fractured Fairy Tale on Saturday, May 6 at 3:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Get ready for a “Cinderella story” like you’ve never seen before…and get ready for the wackiest version of Cinderella yet! Take the classic story of Cinderella, mix in elements of comedy, slapstick, songs, acrobatics and magic, and you’ve got a new version of an old story that will leave kids (and adults) begging for more! Fantasy Theatre Read More »

 
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