ApplesforHealth.com Brings Health and Awareness to the Internet Public

ApplesforHealth.com Brings Health and Awareness to the Internet Public










(PRWEB) February 16, 2005

In today’s age of health and fitness, people are continuously looking for the best resources for information. Often, men and women find themselves bouncing from one site to another and performing search after search in order to locate the news and information they desire. ApplesforHealth.com (http://www.applesforhealth.com) was founded with these people in mind. The goal at Applesforhealth.com is to be the premier global provider of information to the readership regarding breaking medical technology news and disease research that is important to men, women, and children of diverse cultures and backgrounds.

ApplesforHealth.com has grown into a player in the online health industry by staying on top of current health events. The ApplesforHealth.com e-zine is published each week with over 60 fresh articles and links for healthy living and nutritious recipes. These articles are scattered throughout 20 channels of health information. For instance, readers can visit the Global Health Channel to find the latest on health issues affecting the world as well as global health breakthroughs. Recently, ApplesforHealth.com published articles regarding a breakthrough in the treatment of Hepatitis C as well as the effects of Hyperbaric treatments on coma patients. Readers can also access the ApplesforHealth.com search engine, which contains well over 25,000 articles, recipes and resources. ApplesforHealth.com has even made the site accessible for people of different nationalities by adding a translator service that enables readers to view the site in 8 different languages, thus enhancing the goal to be a global provider of health information.

However, the bread and butter for AppleforHealth.com is the extensive database of recipes. Readers visiting the Healthy Recipes channel will find a plethora of recipes like Family Favorites, Low Calorie Recipes, and Vegetarian Recipes just to name a few. Recipe hunters will also find many helpful links to other recipe and diet websites, which is what makes ApplesforHealth.com so useful. All of this recipe information has enabled the company to climb its way up the Google rankings for healthy recipe related keywords.

ApplesforHealth.com was started in 1999 with a small budget and a 1-person workforce, which is what makes its story so unique. With virtually no advertising or promotion, ApplesforHealth.com has grown organically by constant addition of useful content and a careful selection of links. Today, the website sees approximately 230,000 visitors a month and growing and is ranked in the top 8% of all websites on the Internet.

For more information visit http://www.applesforhealth.com

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Retirement Community Brings Magic of 1940s Home for Seniors with Reunion

Retirement Community Brings Magic of 1940s Home for Seniors with Reunion











(PRWEB) October 10, 2010

High school reunions are always full of laughs and great memories. The Carleton Place High School reunion, hosted by Waterside Retirement Community, took on special significance, because the former students in attendance all graduated during the 1940s and 1950s. Nearly one hundred alumni came together to reminisce with old friends and make new ones at the event spearheaded by renowned author and journalist, Mary Cook, and local area residents, Joan Hamilton and Audrey Wilson.

“I’ve wanted to do this for many years, and it is so exciting to see it finally happen!” exclaimed Ms. Cook. “Partnering with Waterside Retirement Community provided the planning team a perfect venue for the event. The welcoming and accommodating approach of the Waterside team has made this initiative successful and great fun,” she continued.

“We are thrilled to host this incredible event,” said Marilyn Colton, Waterside’s Community Director. “We really wanted to show our appreciation for the contribution these folks have made to Carleton Place and the Ottawa Valley over the years. They have given us the quality of life we enjoy in our communities and our country today.”

Graduates were treated to a complimentary social hour followed by a buffet lunch provided by Waterside, live entertainment and special presentations by a number of graduates. Bernie Costello, a local musician provided 40’s and 50’s music during the lunch. Bob Hill, a former resident of Carleton Place, was the keynote speaker. Many in attendance also took the opportunity to tour Waterside, one of Ottawa Valley’s newest retirement communities, located on the shores of the Mississippi River. Some graduates even quipped about how much fun it would be to live in the same community with former classmates.

Waterside Retirement Community offers independent living rental suites ranging in size from studios to two-bedroom. All suites include three healthy meals per day and a complete selection of amenities, such as an on-site spa, V!VAplex movie theatre, and much more. Waterside Retirement Community is owned and operated by Canadian-owned V!VA Retirement Communities based in Toronto, a developer and manager of rental retirement homes and communities across Ontario, including Mississauga, Vaughan and Pickering.

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