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Needles: They’re Not Just for Crocheting PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Scott Stewart   
Wednesday, 20 March 2013 08:45

Healing Lotus Acupuncture is now open for business!

Moline, IL – March 20, 2013 - Healing Lotus Acupuncture is proud to announce its new home inside Moline Chiropractic Clinic, located at 4300 12th Avenue in Moline, IL.  We are now accepting new patients.

Healing Lotus Acupuncture is owned and operated by Scott Stewart, LAc, Dipl. a licensed and board certified acupuncturist.  The clinic will offer treatments in acupuncture, herbal therapy, cupping, and other modalities.

Healing Lotus Acupuncture clinic treats many types of conditions ranging from chronic pain, stress, anxiety, metabolic disorders, infertility, and digestive problems.

Scott Stewart, LAc., Dipl. is board certified by the NCCAOM and licensed in the state of Illinois.  He received his Masters of Science in Acupuncture degree from National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, IL.  Scott has taken several post-graduate courses in infertility, endocrinology, herbs, and digestive conditions.

Prior to opening his own practice Scott travelled through South East Asia studying different traditional medicine systems.  While living in Thailand he volunteered and Wat Thung Bo Paen Rehabilitation Center where he offered free acupuncture to patients recovering from stroke.

You can contact Healing Lotus Acupuncture by phone at (309) 764-4753.  Appointments can also be made online at www.healinglotus.co.

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Contact:

Healing Lotus Acupuncture

Scott Stewart, Lac, Dipl.

4300 12th Avenue

Moline, IL. 61265

(309) 7.64.47.53

 
Eating With Ease PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Gilda's Club   
Monday, 18 March 2013 07:24

Davenport, Iowa (March 2013) - Gilda's Club will host a dinner for Head and Neck Cancer patients - or those experiencing treatment related eating difficulties - and a guest.  A guest chef from Farraddays' will be on hand to prepare delicious yet easy to eat meals.  The opening message will be given by radition oncologist Dr. Christine Sharis.  The dinner will take place on Monday, April 8, 2013 at 5:30pm at Gilda's Club Quad Cities, 1234 East River Drive, Davenport.

Free of Charge.

Registration is required.  To register please call Gilda's Club at 563-326-7504.

Sponsored by Genesis Cancer Care Institute.

 
Cancer Transitions - Moving Beyond Treatment PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Gilda's Club   
Monday, 18 March 2013 07:16

A Program of the Cancer Support Community and LIVESTRONG™

Davenport, Iowa (March 2013) - Gilda's Club and Trinity Cancer Center are partnering to offer Cancer Transitions™.  Cancer Transitions is a free, 2 hour, six week workshop designed to help cancer survivors make the transition from active treatment to post-treatment care. Expert panelists - including an oncology nurse navigator, nutritionist, and physical therapist - will discuss exercise tailored to each participant's abilities, training in relaxation and stress management and tips for nutritious easting.  Cancer Transitions will answer many of your questions about cancer survivorship post-cancer treatment.

The workshop begins Tuesday, April 2nd (meets for 6 weeks) from 1:00pm until 3:00pm at Trinity Rehabilitation, 4112 - 46th Ave, Rock Island, IL.

For more details and registration, please contact Melissa at 563-326-7504 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Lifesaving radon bill needs your help! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Cassandra Furlong   
Thursday, 14 March 2013 15:24

400 people die in Iowa every year from radon induced lung cancer, but lifesaving radon legislation is in danger of not passing the Iowa Senate.

We urgently need your help to save this bill.

Everyday kids go to school and breathe in this deadly gas. This bill would require testing in schools and help with the cost of mitigation so that our kids can learn in a healthy environment. It also adds radon requirements to new construction and creates an educational awareness fund to help Iowans learn more about the dangers of radon.

The entire state of Iowa is in an EPA Hazard Zone 1 for the highest potential threat of radon.

Will you contact your senator and tell them they need to put the heath of Iowans, especially our children, first?

We need your help today.

 
Kids Help Make a Bandage Cure More Than a Boo-Boo PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Lindsay Doyle   
Tuesday, 12 March 2013 13:29

--Winning Entries in the Bandage Art Contest Featured in New Line of Bandages …

With 100% of Profits Donated to Help Fight Pediatric Cancer --

 

New York, March 2013-- Hundreds of children throughout the country have shared their messages of hope and inspiration for kids battling cancer – through a unique opportunity to create their very own line of Ouchies bandages.  After reviewing the hundreds of entries, and after thousands of people cast their votes for their favorite design via Facebook, the winners of the “Ouchies for Others” Pediatric Cancer Bandage Art Contest have been selected  – with five winning entries about to see their designs featured on a new line of Ouchies Bandages to be available this Summer.

 

The winners of the “Ouchies for Others” Pediatric Cancer Bandage Art Contest are:

  • Amber Moosvi, Age 17, Des Plaines, Illinois

 

o   Name of artwork: “Broken Bear”

o   Story behind artwork: The picture that I made represents two things. The Teddy Bear with a bandage and the feel better soon balloon represents that I’m not completely better but soon I will be because my broken bear has a bandage.  The stars represent all of the people who support me in my battle with Brain Cancer. I couldn’t fit everyone because I have so many people supporting me and I appreciate them so much.

 

 

  • Sammy Smith, Age 13, Sandusky, Ohio

o   Name of artwork: “You’re Almost There”

o   Story behind the artwork: Just remember that every time you get a poke or surgery that you are one step closer!  That’s what keeps me going!

 

 

  • Tenia Richardson, Age 9, Michigan

o   Name of Artwork: “Love is Cure”

o   Story behind the artwork: I believe with enough love you can cure anything to make a brighter day.

 

 

  • Laura Vargas, Age 10, San Antonio, Texas

o   Name of Artwork: “You Can Be Pain Free”

o   Story behind the artwork:  I wanted to do this because I had cancer myself so I wanted other kids not to let themselves down and show them that you can have fun during cancer treatment and never give your hopes up and look cool with my bandage.

 

  • Erin Lisk, Age 12, Howell, New Jersey

 

o   Name of Artwork:  “Never Give Up”

o   Story behind the artwork:  My Mom had cancer and even though it was painful, she never gave up.  Now she is happy and healthy.

 

Through the “Ouchies for Others” program, Ouchies gives 100% of profits from the sale of this unique line of bandages to varied not-for-profit organizations.  All profits from the sale of these new bandages will be going to benefit the important work being done by three national pediatric cancer organizations: The Childhood Leukemia Foundation, Cookies for Kids' Cancer and the American Childhood Cancer Organization.

More than 400 children submitted their designs for the “Ouchies for Others” contest, which gave them the opportunity to tell their own story about the fight against pediatric cancer or anything else uplifting - with the chance to have their designs featured in the new “Ouchies for Others” bandages and tin.  Some offered words of encouragement and a message to “Stay Strong.”  Others drew intricate, colorful designs geared to make others smile.  A few know exactly what it's like for a child to have cancer because they have battled the disease themselves -- and many others know someone who has been impacted by childhood cancer and wanted to do whatever they can to help.  Each entry told its own special story – and deciding on a winner wasn’t easy.

“We wanted to give children the opportunity to help other kids in need, whether its an encouraging word, uplifting picture or story,” says Ian Madover, CEO of Ouchies, who developed the “Ouchies for Others” program as a way to raise awareness, and funds, for not-for-profit organizations serving the needs of children.  “Kids with cancer get pricked many times a day and we thought it only makes sense to put the two together.”

All contest entries can be viewed online at www.ouchiesonline.com/bandage-art-contest.  The five winning entries were selected based on a panel of judges voting from a pool of 25 finalists that had received the most “likes” on Ouchies’ Facebook page.

"We are thrilled that so many children entered our contest, and were truly touched by the beautiful designs and stories they created and shared with us,” says Jennifer Saporta, Director of Sales & Marketing at Ouchies. “The ‘Ouchies for Others’ program has given us the unique opportunity to work with amazing organizations dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children with cancer. We are beyond honored to be able to partner with them and help to increase their tremendous efforts in the fight against pediatric cancer.”

 

For more information on Ouchies for Others and the Bandage Art Contest, visit www.ouchiesonline.com. For more information on the partner organizations, or to make a donation, visit The Childhood Leukemia Foundation (www.clf4kids.org), Cookies 4 Kids’ Cancer (www.cookiesforkidscancer.org), and The American Childhood Cancer Organization (www.acco.org).

 
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