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Sedona, Arizona - Sedona John of God Crystal Bed Healing Center held its official grand opening in February 2014. The response to that initial offering was so overwhelming, the company is now debuting even more healing modalities and services. Kimberly Dawn, owner, operator and Sedona healer, has announced a range of expanded services available for those seeking healing in Sedona.
Munich, Germany - A long-running battle in the global photovoltaic (PV) market between the United States and China over antidumping and subsidy charges could expand into higher solar costs, with wide-ranging ramifications for the U.S. if punitive tariffs are levied on Taiwanese cells.
Yuma, Arizona - Matt Clark and Jason Katzenback have reopened the doors for new customers to join their most successful product called Amazing Selling Machine. In response to this launch, the professional blogger ElSayed ElAssal has announced the release of his review of ASM in addition to an 11-part bonus package limited for 30 people only.
Phoenix, Arizona - The company BestDebtConsolidationLoans.org recently analyzed debt consolidation loan companies in Arizona. Its goal was to provide Arizonans with objective reviews of the options available to them for debt relief and to avoid being scammed.
Washington, DC - US Federal Contractor Registration (USFCR) is releasing highly regarded data showing the increase of federal contracts in Arizona. Currently after reviewing the federal marketplace for available solicitations, US Federal Contractor Registration has found 237 contracting opportunities/awards in the state of Arizona. In order for businesses in Arizona to start bidding on these opportunities and awards, they must first become registered in System for Award Management (SAM).
Dallas, Texas - For parents and child care providers, the stats about accidental injuries of children up to age 19 are daunting. More than 12,000 children die from accidental injuries each year, and more than 9.2 million are treated in the ER for nonfatal injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Washington, DC - A variant in a gene active in cells of the ovary may lead to the overproduction of androgens - male hormones similar to testosterone - occurring in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), according to scientists funded by the National Institutes of Health. The discovery may provide information to develop a test to diagnose women at risk for PCOS and also for the development of a treatment for the condition.
Rochester, Minnesota - Friday, April 25, is National DNA Day, the date which commemorates completion of the Human Genome Project, the national effort to identify and decode all 6 billion letters in human DNA.