Global Intellectual Strategies Launches New Website

Global Intellectual Strategies Launches New Website










Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) September 19, 2004

Global Intellectual Strategies (GIS), an Intellectual Property Management consulting firm, is proud to invite everyone to visit their new website as they proudly celebrate their fourth year in business. GlS provides Intellectual Property Management Consulting Services for the start-up as well as mature company. Whether a small, medium or even large enterprise, GIS will help you profit from your IP by carefully planning and executing a total Intellectual Property Strategy.

“The new look allows people interested in GIS to learn more about our company, and what services we offer,” says Pierrette Breton, owner of GIS. “We wanted to convey warmth, a welcoming touch while at the same time make accessing and finding out about our services easier.”

In addition to providing more information, the new look provides a uniformity of appearance and structure that allows visitors to find information quickly and easily.

GIS invites you to visit their website and learn more about who they are, what they do and how they can help you profit from your Intellectual Property.

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About GIS

Global Intellectual Strategies (GIS) provides Intellectual Property Management Consulting services for the start-up as well as mature company. Whether a small, medium or even large enterprise, our services will meet your IP Management needs. GIS is located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. For more information: http://www.gistrategies.com.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Ellen Brayton

Global Intellectual Strategies

19 Woodwind Crescent

Stittsville, Ontario K2S 1V1

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Mental Health Awareness and Education Website Offers Free Information for Veterans and Their Families Dealing With Suicide and Depression

Mental Health Awareness and Education Website Offers Free Information for Veterans and Their Families Dealing With Suicide and Depression











MentalHelp.net


Columbus, OH (PRWEB) May 19, 2008

MentalHelp.net, a site dedicated to educating and informing the public, has announced that additional resources are available on the site for soldiers, their families and anyone with questions about how the Iraq war is impacting suicide rates and depression among military personnel.

“The soldiers, their families and the public are increasingly concerned about suicide, depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other mental health issues related to the Iraq war,” Mark Dombeck, Ph.D., founder of MentalHelp.net said. “The number of Iraq war veterans needing mental health care continues to rise sharply.”

“MentalHelp.net is an excellent resource for finding information on certain mental illnesses and disorders. MentalHelp.net’s mission is to help educate the public about mental illness and the importance of treatment,” he added. “Mental health is an integral part of health care, but is often overlooked because of inaccessibility. Many people are not sure if they need help, and that is where the material at MentalHelp.net comes in. From symptoms of certain mental illnesses and disorders, to living with someone who has a mental illness, MentalHelp.net is an excellent free resource for anything regarding mental illnesses.”

Natalie Staats Reiss, Ph.D and an editor at the site added, “Many soldiers coming home from war are in desperate need of help from a therapist, but many think they do not need the help. MentalHelp.Net has a plethora of articles about disorders and mental illnesses that may be affecting veterans. Two common ones are post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and major depression.”

“There are a variety of other issues that can arise when a soldier returns from war, and MentalHelp.net has information on these as well. These articles can help not only the veterans themselves, but the families of these veterans. Family members can access hundred of articles explaining a mental illness or disorder and learn the symptoms so they can help their loved one” Riess explained.

“PTSD is very common among veterans and can be treated in a variety of ways. Some can be helped by therapy visits, and others can be helped by medication. Recent statistics show that one in five soldiers returning from war suffer from PTSD. Left untreated, serious consequences can occur,” added Dombeck. “MentalHelp.net strives to get the word out to the public about the importance of treatment for these issues and get our veterans the help that they need.”

MentalHelp.net has a therapist finder feature on their website that allows anyone to search for a therapist in their area based on the issue for which they would be seen. Veterans and family members alike can use this feature to locate a mental health professional who will be able to provide the services needed. Other features on the MentalHelp.net website are question and answer sections, an online mental help support community where people can give and receive advice on certain mental illnesses, and blogs written by mental health professionals.

“With all of the information that MentalHelp.net has to offer, help for veterans is just a click away. By spending a little time on the website, you can read about a mental illness, read about the symptoms, and find a mental health professional in your area,” Dombeck said. “This free resource is extremely valuable and easy to use in order to get our veterans the help they need–and deserve.”

About MentalHelp.net

The MentalHelp.net website exists to promote mental health and wellness education and advocacy.

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Harvard Health Publications Launches New Consumer Website

Harvard Health Publications Launches New Consumer Website











Boston, MA (Vocus) January 15, 2009

Harvard Health Publications, a publishing division of Harvard Medical School, announces the launch of its redesigned and enhanced website to serve the needs of health-conscious consumers in search of trusted health care information. The new health.harvard.edu offers easy accessibility to the most current practical, authoritative health information, drawing on the expertise of the 8,000 faculty physicians at the Harvard Medical School and its world-famous affiliated hospitals.

“When I became a doctor,” said Dr. Anthony Komaroff, Editor in Chief and a 35-year Harvard veteran, ”most patients wanted the doc to tell them what do. They didn’t ask ‘What are my options?’ Today, there’s an appetite for information and a desire to be partners with the doctor in decision making. That’s why it’s important that patients get their health information from credible, trusted sources.”

“Our mission at Harvard Health Publications is to offer the consumers access to information that will help them make better health choices. Whether someone is suffering from a serious illness, has a chronic health condition, or just wants to know the best ways to stay healthy, we publish health newsletters, special health reports, books, and online health information that helps them find the answers they need,” said Komaroff.

The new website offers the latest health news from Harvard Medical School, and excerpts from its monthly health newsletters:

Harvard Health Letter
Harvard Heart Letter
Harvard Women’s Health Watch
Harvard Men’s Health Watch
Harvard Mental Health Letter
Perspectives on Prostate Disease (quarterly)

The Harvard Health Publications website features a number of health resources including a health dictionary which is searchable by medical condition and a guide to diagnostic tests, as well as other resources. The website also offers a free weekly health email newsletter, HEALTHbeat, and an archive of back issues. In addition, visitors can read excerpts from approximately 50 titles of Harvard’s Special Health Report series, which cover a wide range of disease conditions and health and wellness issues including:

Alzheimer’s Disease
Healthy Eating
High Cholesterol
Weight Loss
Improving Memory
The new website also allows Harvard Health Publications subscribers and customers to keep their Harvard health newsletters and special health reports a mouse click away in their personal medical libraries and offers all products both electronically and in print.

health.harvard.edu features additional health resources, diagnostic tools, and customer reviews of products.

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Canada’s Top Health, Nutrition and Lifestyle Experts Come Together On Brand-New Website

Canada’s Top Health, Nutrition and Lifestyle Experts Come Together On Brand-New Website











Primacy Life – Your Health First


Burlington, Ont. (PRWEB) February 8, 2010

Well-known Canadian television personalities Christine Cushing, Paul Plakas, Gail Vaz-Oxlade and Alison Griffiths are among the experts offering advice to Canadians on Primacy Life, part of http://www.primacy.ca, Canada’s premier online destination for health, nutrition and wellness information.

Launching this month, Primacy Life offers Canadians a reliable resource to help them put their health first. Featuring timely, informative articles by journalists and health professionals, the site offers a number of features and tools designed to help Canadians take control of their overall health, from preventing and treating illnesses to nutrition, fitness and financial health.

“We’re giving Canadians a place to get up-to-date, accurate information on the health issues we face today, whether that’s physical, mental or emotional health,” says Alison Dunn, editor of Primacy Life. “Our goal is to be Canada’s premier source of accurate health, nutrition and lifestyle information.”

Among the top Canadian experts contributing to the site are Christine Cushing, chef and star of Fearless in the Kitchen, Paul Plakas, fitness specialist and star of X-Weighted, financial expert and star of „Til Debt Do Us Part, Gail Vaz-Oxlade, and Alison Griffiths, star of W Network’s Dollars and Sense.

In addition to articles, expert Q&As and engaging videos, the site also offers a comprehensive Health Services Directory with listings of chiropractors, dentists, physiotherapists, massage therapists, orthodontists, eye care specialists and a host of other health service professionals. The online directory allows visitors to enter their postal code and choose the type of health care professional they need. The directory gives them a list of providers in their area, along with addresses, maps, telephone numbers, websites and service descriptions.

The site also offers a comprehensive directory of Primacy Medical clinic locations across Canada. Conveniently located in Canada’s leading food and lifestyle retail locations, Primacy Medical Clinics are committed to providing high quality, medical care in a clean and friendly environment with added convenience.

About Primacy:

Primacy is Canada’s largest medical management company, dedicated to providing Canadians with a current, relevant and trustworthy online health experience through innovative technologies and patient-friendly tools and services. The company has more than 75 Primacy Medical Clinic locations across Canada, and is now Canada’s premier online destination for health, nutrition and wellness information.

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Atwood Health Club Consulting Launches New Website Services

Atwood Health Club Consulting Launches New Website Services











Health Club Consultants


Natick, MA (PRWEB) August 09, 2011

John Atwood, founder and managing partner of the Atwood Consulting Group stated, “The online opportunity for health clubs may be the only low hanging fruit remaining in this increasingly competitive industry. We see clubs every day that are simply not getting much marketing value from their health club website. What is remarkable is that often just a few hours of work on a health club website can radically change the impact it has on the revenues of the business.”

Prior to launching this service as a primary offering of Atwood Health Club Consulting, associates with The Atwood Group researched the current need for this kind of marketing support for gyms and other fitness related clubs in North America. The results found that approximately 85% of the clubs analyzed had subpar website and internet marketing efforts and are missing substantial revenue opportunities.

Javier Matos-Desa, the web guru with The Atwood Group, was asked about the importance of this new service. He said “The smaller and independent clubs in the health club industry have a huge opportunity to compete with the big players with internet marketing. Traditional marketing including direct mail, print and other media are budget driven so the big players just kill the little guys; but with the focus on health clubs’ websites, and with much health club and gym marketing moving to the internet, there is an even playing field for the first time. The winner in this marketing goes to the better thinker and the better strategies, not the business with the biggest marketing budget!”

The Atwood Group projects that this new service will grow to represent 20% of the health club consulting and support they provide to clients in North America

During the launch period from August thru October 2011 The Atwood Group is providing one hour free website analysis and consultation to health clubs in the US and Canada.

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