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Author Daralyse Lyons Launches The Transformational Storyteller Podcast – Using Stories to Transform Lives
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In the midst of a thriving writing career, Daralyse Lyons, author of over 20 books, has just embarked on a new journey. On "The Transformational Storyteller" podcast, Daralyse takes the listener into the lives and minds of real people whose stories have the power to captivate and motivate.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (CoPA) Goes ‘Live’ With EnergyCAP Energy Management Information Solution
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- EnergyCAP, Inc. (ECI) is pleased to announce that its EnergyCAP Enterprise software-based solution is now in full production use by The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (CoPA). CoPA will rely on EnergyCAP to track, audit, and analyze more than 10,000 Commonwealth utility accounts, with an annual utility spend in excess of $125 million.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Over the course of its 9 years, Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs (GAMSD) has grown into one of the largest service dog organizations in the nation. We raise, train, advocate for, and donate these incredible medical service dogs, specifically trained to perform tasks for disabled veterans, first-responders and civilians.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- United Disabilities Services (UDS) Service Dogs, a non-profit organization committed to serving people with disabilities in Pennsylvania, announced that it has been accredited by the Assistance Dogs International (ADI).
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Edward Johnson aka Dr. Love - that's Dr. the Real Deal Love - founder of Love University, and author of the workbook, "3 Things Every Woman Needs to Know about a Man" (ISBN: 978-1928681526) is quickly gaining credibility in the relationship industry and rapidly becoming one of the premier authorities on dating, love and romance.
Music Video: Soul Singer-Songwriter KEA MICHAELS Presents Debut Video for Poignant Ballad ‘I Love You’
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- One inspired night in 2015, singer-songwriter Kea Michaels sat down to write a poem like a lullaby entitled "I Love You" for one of her daughters...heartfelt prose enriched with motherly adoration. She later turned that poem into a song thinking about an older daughter that had been battling, since birth, kidney hydronephrosis. KEA thought she was about to lose her to the debilitating disorder.
Leading Companies Support C Diff Foundation 6th Annual International C.diff. Conference and Health EXPO 2018 in Philadelphia
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The C Diff Foundation is honored to welcome leading companies to the 6th Annual International "C.diff. Awareness Conference and Health EXPO," as they come together to make a global difference. These companies are dedicated to the prevention, diagnostics, treatments, environmental safety products and services focused on C.difficile infections and Healthcare-associated infections and whose role serves great importance in the C.diff. community.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Author Heidi Doheny Jay will debut her new book, "Confessions of 400 Men: True Revelations of Lust, Fidelity, Feelings & Fantasy" (ISBN: 978-1543925968) at Philly Art Collective: 253 N. 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 on Thursday, November 15, 2018 from 6-9 p.m. Press engagement is open from 5-6 p.m. Members of the press will receive a free copy of the book.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The C Diff Foundation is honored to welcome 20+ leading topic experts joined by Dale Gerding, MD, FACP, FIDSA, Professor of Medicine at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine in Maywood, Illinois and Research Physician at the Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital and Mark Wilcox, B Med Sci, BM, BS, MD, FRCPath-, Head of Microbiology and Academic Lead of Pathology at the Leeds Teaching Hospitals (LTHT).
eNewsChannels NEWS: (PITTSBURGH, Pa.) -- Delta Care Rx today announced the first-ever recipient of the Delta Distinguished Scholar award. Patrick White, MD, HMDC, FACP, FAAHPM, chief medical officer of BJC Hospice, St. Louis, and assistant professor of medicine at Washington University, has received an initial $25,000 research grant, with a $500,000 lifetime potential, for study into the comparative and cost effectiveness of pharmaceuticals.