Emil Malak Pens an Op-ed: New antibody resistant coronavirus mutation N493K; Focus should be on testing

Emil Malak, CEO Voip-Pal, well versed in global politics, culture and health


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There is an urgent need for continuous testing every three days as well as making COVID-19 testing more widely available through innovative means such as testing vending machines.”

— Emil Malak

LONDON, ENGLAND, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — CEOCFO Magazine, an independent investment publication that highlights important technologies and companies, today announced it has published an op-ed (https://www.ceocfointerviews.com/emilmalakoped1120.html) by Voip-Pal CEO Emil Malak. Voip-Pal.com Inc., Voip-Pal (OTCQB: VPLM), a Bellevue, Washington based company is an inventor and pioneer of the switching technology now being used by many of the world's largest telecommunication and social networking companies, without which they could not connect Landline phone calls to Internet phone calls. Mr. Malak has other business ventures and is well versed in global politics and culture.

In February of this year (2020), just as the world was waking up to the news that people were fleeing Wuhan China, headed to worldwide destinations with the deadly coronavirus, Mr. Malak wrote his very first Op-ed on the subject. In the title of his article, “A Global Pandemic Has Already Started” Mr. Malak declared the novel coronavirus to be a worldwide pandemic one month before the World Health Organization did. Since then we have seen several of Mr. Malek’s predictions on the virus come true.

In his most recent op-ed, Mr. Malak discussed the new antibody resistant coronavirus mutation N493K. “The neutralizing antibodies that patients develop after being infected with a virus or following vaccination are not proving to be effective against this new mutant. The N439K mutation so-far is proving to be resistant to antibodies.

He continued, “N439K has already been identified in twelve countries and is increasing infection rates in the United States and Europe. As a result, within the next four weeks we could potentially see death rates increase. Authors of a recent study on the new coronavirus mutant conclude their findings could have consequences, not only on the efficacy of emerging vaccines but also the efficacy of antibody therapeutics.”

With studies such as the one by The University of Vermont Medical Center yet to be done, Mr. Malak who is very pro-vaccine and believes they save lives cautioned, “I have the utmost respect for politicians on both sides of the aisle that have dedicated their efforts into eradicating the coronavirus. One of the challenges is there are still too many unknowns before we can roll out a safe vaccine solution. Do neutralizing antibodies indeed vanish within a few months? Will antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) put those vaccinated in danger? Could a vaccinated person, thinking they are immune to COVID-19 become an asymptomatic carrier and spread the virus? How many doses of the vaccine will people need per year? Some suggest three of four doses per year to be safe. What about side effects? Will spike protein mutations complicate matters?”

Malak has repeatedly warned in his op-eds over the past nine months about the need to gather adequate data of at least two years before allowing a vaccine to go to the market. Recalling the mistakes of the 1960’s Thalidomide tragedy that led to tens of thousands of children born with birth defects, Malak wrote, “We need to learn from these tragedies and never repeat the same mistakes. Rushing into any drug or vaccine could lead to catastrophic consequences.”

Pointing to a study by Danish researches, Mr. Malak discusses another concern in the possibility that today’s vaccine may not work tomorrow because of virus mutation, “Researchers have documented at least two mutations of the coronavirus. In one instance the genetic sequence within the spike protein changed the position of the “614 G” aspartic acid (contains an amino acid and a carboxylic acid) to an “amino acid glycine.” That single change within the spike protein created a new COVID-19-2.0, far more contagious and deadly than the original. The second mutation was recently discovered in the mink farms of Denmark; two amino acid mutations within the spike protein. It is valid to question whether a vaccine would be effective after a mutation takes place in the spike protein. We do not know when, nor how frequently a mutation will take place, rendering the vaccine ineffective each time. Another important question that needs to be answered is how effective any COVID-19 vaccine will be on a mutated strain of the virus; a COVID-2.0.”

Mr. Malak continues, “As a result of this new virus all of Denmark’s 17 million farmed minks in their 400 mink farms are being destroyed and 240 or more mink farm workers are currently infected. This latest development provides even more reason why the focus should be on developing more effective therapeutics,” said Mr. Malak.

Mr. calls for what he calls, “The hammer and the dance” – for a new non-political task force. “It is necessary to form a national scientific advisory committee that is free from all political influence. The committee would provide two televised updates per week to advise the public of the facts regarding the coronavirus, its spread and what actions need to be taken by each state.”

Below is Mr. Malak’s proposal:
The Hammer – Europe is headed back to total lockdown, referred to as the “hammer” because of the resurgence of coronavirus cases. The virus is back in Europe vigorously, leading government officials to once again shutdown their economies. This radical action will be devastating to businesses and to the overall mental and physical health of Europeans and will hopefully be limited to a very short period.

The Dance – During the hammer period certain actions must be taken to get people back to work:
1. There is an urgent need for continuous testing every three days as well as making COVID-19 testing more widely available through innovative means such as testing vending machines that provide rapid results in one minute. Those that test negative are free to go to work, restaurants and live their lives normally. Those who test positive will seek medical attention and self-quarantine. More simple, rapid self-testing kits are needed.
2. Reconfigure workplaces providing the means for social distancing, disinfectants and mask wearing indoors.
3. Limit the size of indoor gatherings.
4. Indoor locations like restaurants, bars, and conference centers etc. could be retrofitted with air conditioning systems that burn out the virus during circulation cycles.
5. Close down tattoo parlors, massage parlors and prostitution businesses. Those with addictions should be treated in proper medical facilities.

People that do not adjust to the new norms necessary to deal with the virus will be leaving themselves vulnerable to potential infection and risks associated with the virus which includes death.

Malak, who has many years of experience dealing with the U.S. patent system hinted he may be writing a future article on the current state of patents in the United States saying, “Unfortunately, owning a U.S. patent today can be meaningless. It is no longer an asset but a liability.”

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Bruneau & Co. will bid farewell to autumn with a nearly 400-lot online Fall Antiques & Fine Art auction, December 10th

Extremely fine horse hair bridle group of the kind made in prison in the Southwestern U.S. in the 20th century, in exceptional condition (est. $2,000-$3,000).

Crayon on paper illustration by Lois Mailou Jones (Mass./Haiti, 1905-1998), 8 ¾ inches by 6 ½ inches (sight), of two women doing chores and gossiping over a fence (est. $2,000-$3,000).

19th century European Gothic Revival figural hall bench featuring an ornately carved crest over acanthus leaf band over military official portrait cartouches (est. $1,500-$2,500).

19th century walnut and cherrywood New York Victorian Aesthetic carved crane pedestal having an oval-shaped top over an ornate column with exquisitely carved cranes (est. $1,500-$2,500).

Impressionist oil on board depiction of a covered bridge surrounded by vibrant fall foliage by Charles Gordon Harris (R.I., 1891-1961), 16 inches by 20 inches (sight) (est. $500-$800).

The auction features paintings, decorative arts, furniture, jewelry, silver, Asian arts, collectibles and more, from estates and collections across New England.

This will be a nice general sale to round out the end of the year. It has something for everybody. Plus it’s a good mix for finding that last minute holiday present. ”

— Kevin Bruneau

CRANSTON, RI, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers will bid farewell to autumn with an online-only Fall Antiques & Fine Art auction on Thursday, December 10th, starting at 6 pm Eastern time. The auction will feature nearly 400 lots of paintings, decorative arts, furniture, jewelry, silver, Asian arts, collectibles and more, pulled from prominent estates and collections across New England.

Highlights include a crayon on paper illustration drawing by Lois Mailou Jones (Mass./Haiti, 1905-1998), a Vermont landscape painting by Charles Gordon Harris (R.I., 1893-1963), a large selection of jade jewelry, 14kt gold watches, rings, bracelets, pearl necklaces and accessories. Online bidding will be available on multiple platforms. Phone and absentee bids are accepted.

“This will be a nice general sale to round out the end of the year,” said Bruneau & Co. president Kevin Bruneau. “It has something for everybody. Plus it’s a good mix for finding that last minute holiday present.” Items will be shipped in plenty of time to arrive by any holiday in the season.

Travis Landry, a Bruneau & Co. auctioneer and the firm’s Director of Pop Culture, added, “It’s not too often I get excited about furniture, but I look forward to seeing what the carved crane pedestal achieves. It is of a very fine quality. The gothic bench is better than average as well.”

The pedestal and bench each carry reasonable estimates of $1,500-$2,500. The 19th century European Gothic Revival figural hall bench features an ornately carved crest over acanthus leaf band over military official portrait cartouches with gargoyles, lions, griffins and mythical beasts throughout, supported by scrolled feet. The hardwood bench is 52 inches tall by 65 inches wide.

The 19th century walnut and cherrywood New York Victorian Aesthetic carved crane pedestal has an oval-shaped top over an ornate column with exquisitely carved cranes with flared wings supported by four finely carved scroll feet. The underside has a “1500” stamp. The pedestal has some minor condition issues but is in overall good shape. It’s 36 ½ inches tall by 22 inches wide.

With a pre-sale estimate of $2,000-$3,000 the crayon on paper illustration signed by Lois Mailou Jones is a candidate for top lot of the auction. The 8 ¾ inch by 6 ½ inch work (sight, less frame) depicts two women doing chores, gossiping over a fence. Jones studied painting at the Academie Julian and was the only female African American painter of the 30s/40s to achieve fame abroad.

Also carrying a $2,000-$3,000 estimate is a fine antique Kerman pictorial floral wool Persian carpet, hand-woven in the first quarter of the 20th century. The rug has an ornately detailed floral pattern with branches and birds over an ivory open field surrounded by intricate floral borders. Measuring 9 feet 9 inches by 18 feet, the carpet came from the collection of a Newport, R.I. lady.

An extremely fine horse hair bridle group of the kind made in prison in the Southwestern U.S. in the 20th century is expected to hit $2,000-$3,000. The bridle group includes a horse hair bridle with red, yellow, blue and black dyed hair with a tendril carved metal bit, two black and red geometric patterned decorative horse hair tassels and a dyed sisal whip, all in excellent condition.

A pair of New England landscape paintings by Daniel Santry (Mass./N.H./France, 1858-1915), including a plein air painting of a tree-filled field in Franconia Notch State Park in New Hampshire, and an impressionist view of a small house surrounded by blossoming trees, will be offered together as one lot (est. $1,000-$2,000). Both oil on board paintings are artist signed.

Leading the fine jewelry category will be an 18kt gold carved citrine pendant, made in the 20th century by David Webb (N.Y.), boasting a large carved citrine with an Asiatic inspired design inset with six diamonds encased in 18kt gold with a leaf textured frame (est. $1,500-$2,000). The pendant, weighing 65.1 grams, is 2 ½ inches by 1 ½ inches and is marked “Webb 18K” on verso.

A Masenza Roma 18kt gold coral brooch made by Franco Cannilla (Italian, 1911-1985), should change hands for $1,000-$1,500. The coral figural tree brooch with selected light green emerald leaves and a figural person toward the base, mounted on an 18kt gold frame, weighs 39.7 grams. The 3 inch by 2 ¼ inch brooch is marked “Masenza Roma” and is signed “Cannilla” on verso.

A lovely oil on board impressionist depiction of a covered bridge surrounded by vibrant fall foliage by Rhode Island artist Charles Gordon Harris (1891-1961) is estimated to reach $500-$800. The work, signed in the lower right-hand corner, is 16 inches by 20 inches (sight, less frame) and is titled and signed on verso, “Covered Bridge, Charlotte, VT C. Gordon Harris.”

Due to state COVID-19 regulations, in-house previews will be held by appointment only; call 401-533-9980 or send an email to info@bruneauandcom. The gallery is at 63 Fourth Avenue in Cranston, R.I. Internet bidding is via LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com, Bidsquare.com, bidLIVE.Bruneauandco.com and the mobile app “Bruneau & Co.” on iTunes or GooglePlay.

Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers will hold a major Comic, Toy & Pop Culture auction on Saturday, January 9th, 2021, at 10 am Eastern time, online and possibly live in the Cranston gallery (if COVID-19 has abated). Masks, social distancing and other COVID-19 protocols will be in place.

Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions, with commissions as low as zero percent. Now would be a perfect time to clean out your attic. To contact Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers about consigning a single piece or an entire collection, you may send an e-mail to info@bruneauandco.com. Or, you can phone them at 401-533-9980.

To learn more about Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers and the online-only Fall Fine Art & Antiques Auction planned for December 10th, visit www.bruneauandco.com. Updates are posted often.

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Travis Landry
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Los Angeles' New Med Spa Dr. Refresh Launches In-Home Aesthetic, Cosmetic and Wellness Packages for Groups

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**Give the Gift of Wellness for the Holidays**

LOS ANGELES , CALIFORNIA , UNITED STATES , November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dr Refresh the newly opened Los Angeles wellness med spa which launched this past summer is expanding to offer in-home services for popular aesthetic, wellness and recovery treatments. Considered an essential business in the era of COVID, Dr. Refresh’s new on-call and at-home services will bring the spa to one’s home and will feature Dr. Refresh’s 30 wellness and recovery treatments, as well as cosmetic enhancements for planning one’s best self for the holidays. Also related to the holidays, the Dr. Refresh team will be expanding offerings to offer rapid antigen nasal swab testing conducted by a nurse. The tests are 93% accurate and will provide results in around three minutes for a greater piece of mind during the holiday season.

With wellness at the forefront of 2020, Dr. Refresh’s new in-home services will also include hostess packages aimed to take holiday hosting to a socially distanced next level. Some of Dr. Refresh’s most popular offerings have been made accessible for in-home treatments and include IV Vitamin Infusions, Acupuncture, Lymphatic Drainage, Facial Injections, Body Contouring (cellulite reduction), Cupping, Herbology, Body Massage, select cosmetic treatments and more.

Also just in time for the holidays, the Dr Refresh team has created The COVID Refresh treatment which will have you looking your best for the new year. The COVID Refresh features a Zoom-tech neck treatment (to have you looking your best at all angles on Zoom), cryoskin body sculpting (to take off that “COVID 15”) and Dr. Refresh’s premium IV vitamin drip services to give your immune system a much needed boost.

Individuals interested in giving the gift of wellness this holiday season can receive information at DoctorRefresh.com and via 323.834.1333. Black Friday deal packages are extended through the first week of December. Gift cards are also available – For Dr. Refresh gift cards customers will receive a $50 credit for every $200 spent.

*Dr. Refresh’s at-home services are limited to the Los Angeles area.

About Dr. Refresh:
Dr. Refresh is a collection of wellness centers that curate the best of wellness, aesthetics and recovery. With one’s health at the forefront, the Dr. Refresh team blends western and traditional Chinese medicine, as well as cosmetic enhancements in partnership with surgeon Dr. Edmund Fisher. With a wellness center in Los Angeles and additional planned in 2021 at the Resort World development in Las Vegas, Dr. Refresh facilities provide sought after treatments with highlights including Vitamin IV Drip Infusion Therapy, Acupuncture, Lymphatic Drainage, Facial Injections, Body Contouring (cellulite reduction), Cupping, Herbology, Body Massage, as well as additional sought after treatments.

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SuperDeker Announces Distribution Partnership with Sports Etc

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SuperDeker is excited to announce the SuperDeker product is available at Sports Etc. retail location in Arlington, MA.

GRAPEVINE, TEXAS, USA, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — SuperDeker is excited to announce the SuperDeker product is available at the Sports Etc. retail location in Arlington, Massachusetts. This partnership marks another milestone in the continued growth of the company. SuperDeker is a revolutionary off-ice training device that helps both new and experienced players develop their stickhandling abilities with patented technology that improves strength, timing, agility, and anticipation. With thousands of units sold across the United States and Canada, the SuperDeker is a proven part of every hockey player's off-ice training regimen.

Sports Etc. is known as a go-to source for hockey training equipment in the New England community. Since 1980, the organization has been servicing hockey players and goalies for over 30 years. They continue to assist athletes, coaches, and families through excellent service at the town’s most specialized hockey shop. Sports Etc. is committed to providing superior expertise and incredible support in meeting your hockey equipment needs. They are enthusiastic about delivering game-improving knowledge and gear to help players of all levels pursue their passion for the puck.

“We are proud to announce that our SuperDeker product will be available on the shelves for the Arlington community, and we could not be more excited to add Sports Etc. to our list of retail partners. With the addition of Sports Etc. to our team, SuperDeker continues to expand our reach in the hockey retail industry across North America.” Andy Healey, Commercial Officer at Gambit Training Technologies.

About Gambit Training Technologies: Gambit Training Technologies is the owner of the SuperDeker Advanced Hockey Training System, accessory line of products, and patents covering interactive sports training devices. Please go to https://superdeker.com/ for more information.

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Art of the Day to Cure the COVID Blues

December 2020 Art of the Day Calendar

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Barebrush announces its December 2020 Art of the Day calendar. In response to COVID-19, Barebrush produces a short video about the art of the day each day.

Everyone can enjoy art. Every adult can enjoy the art of the nude.”

— Ilene Skeen

SARASOTA / BRADENTON, FL, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Barebrush announces it has posted its December 2020 Art of the Day calendar. Since 2006, Barebrush has provided daily access to fine art in a unique calendar format. Now, in response to the COVID-19 health crisis, Barebrush produces a short video about the art each day. Everyone with a smartphone or computer can enjoy art and art videos from the safety and comfort of their home.

Barebrush shows all genres such as landscapes, pets, and people in, out, and about. These are G-rated videos. Click this link to see a G-rated cat video, WATTS.

Barebrush also features the art of the nude, such as male, female, and couples. Barebrush does not accept pornography. All art is human reviewed. The videos are 18+ on YouTube.

"Our artists and photographers love and respect people. Barebrush is the premiere ad-free, non-porn, fine art website," says CEO and founder, Ilene Skeen. Click this channel link, IleneSkeen, to get the special playlists for nudes. Subscribers must be 18+.

Ms. Skeen founded the Barebrush website because nudes are under-represented in galleries. She says, "The impact of COVID has hurt artists, art galleries, and museums. It has also hurt people who want to see new art every day for inspiration and relaxation."

About Barebrush.com
Barebrush art includes all visual media such as photography, painting, drawing, and sculpture. Founded in 2006. Daily Art of the Day videos began Sept 1, 2020. Artist and media inquiries welcome.

About Ilene Skeen
Ilene Skeen, MBA, is the founder of Barebrush and a member of the Salmagundi Club of New York City since 1999. She is also an artist, author, and speaker.

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On Cyber Monday Beware of Cybercrime

Educate yourself on various attack strategies like phishing.

Use a VPN or your own mobile hotspot when on free public WIFI networks. Install and keep updated an antivirus program such as ESET.

Remote workers are prime targets for cybercriminals

Today’s cybercriminals are more efficient and are thriving financially in the dark web. Attackers access malicious tools, including ransomware as a service, botnets for rent, and malware as a service.”

— Sarah Kimmel

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, USA, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Facing the biggest Cyber Monday activity to date, Americans are urged to beware of cybercrime, which continues to grow year over year as more cybercriminals target anyone online, according to one IT expert.

“To stay safe online on Cyber Monday, shoppers should vigilantly avoid three things,” said Sarah Kimmel, CEO of Family Tech, which was established to help families manage the technology. “Never allow an auto login. Never use free WIFI at a store, hotel, airport or mall, and never click a link in an email or text you are not expecting.”

Today’s cybercriminals are much more efficient and are thriving financially in the dark web, which now has a lower barrier of entry than in years past.

“The dark web has commoditized attack tools, which gives attackers access to an excess of malicious capabilities, including ransomware as a service, botnets for rent, and malware as a service, to name a few,” said Kimmel, a Microsoft-certified IT manager.

Before COVID-19, roughly seven percent of Americans worked remotely. Today, more than 64 percent work from home.

“Because millions of U.S. workers and students were thrust into a remote-working and learning situation at home, they need to be aware of five key things to stay safe from cybercriminals,” she said. “First, set a lockout time, and use a password or biometrics to login. Change the default passwords on any devices or accounts to something unique.

“Next, use a VPN or your own mobile hotspot when on free public WIFI networks. Install and keep updated an antivirus program such as ESET. Educate yourself on various attack strategies like phishing, and back up your computer regularly.

“Backups save time and data. While this doesn't seem entirely security-related, if your computer is compromised, restoring your computer from a recent backup is the best way to get your data back quickly.”

For more information on fighting cybercrime and staying safe on the Internet at home or at work, visit familytechzone.com.

A digital and IT expert, Kimmel is a Microsoft-certified IT manager who has supported over 100 small businesses since 2004. She also founded Family Tech LLC to help families understand and manage the technology in their home. Kimmel has regularly appeared as a family tech expert on TV and has consulted globally with tech companies, such as Microsoft, Dell, Samsung, Verizon and Lenovo. Visit familytechzone.com for more information.

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GoodLeks now Offering its Premium Quality Eco-friendly Bread Bags

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Rising brand GoodLeks has revolutionized the bread bag category in all of the best ways. The brand has expanded its reach by featuring products on Amazon.com

USA, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — For bread lovers and foodies of all stripes, there’s few things as disappointing as being left with stale or even moldy bread. Unfortunately, the traditional solution, conventional bread bags, helped a bit but not dramatically. In exciting news, an answer is out there that not just meets these needs but goes way beyond them. Ukraine-founded brand GoodLeks offers breakthrough bread bags made from its founder, a simple girl from a village near Kiev’s, innovative eco-friendly three layer technology, that keeps bread fresher for much longer than old-school choices. GoodLeks recently announced its bread bags are available both at its online shop and the new GoodLeks Amazon Store. The enthusiasm surrounding the brand is high and rising.

“Bread storage bag is designed using a unique, Patented Technology that allows retaining the freshness of bread three times longer than regular cotton or linen bread bags,” commented a spokesperson from GoodLeks. “We are very happy to see the response to our bags from our valued customers. We know being available on Amazon will certainly expand our visibility and reach.”

According to GoodLeks, the three layers of these exceptional bread bags are: The outer layer, which is either 100% cotton or linen, natural materials that add a visual appeal and traditional-style charm to the product; The middle layer, which is designed to be moisture-retaining layer and include a PE food membrane with holes for air circulation; and The inner layer, 100% made from calico (a natural cotton fabric, that is in direct contact with the product).

At the GoodLeks online store, bread bags, cheese bags, sandwich bags, vegetable bags, and much more ate featured. All orders of $100 or over include free, quick shipping.

GoodLeks new Amazon Store currently features two of the brand’s most popular choices, with two more on the way soon. The bags are all part of the Amazon Prime program giving members free and fast shipping within the United States.

The feedback for GoodLeks products has been outstanding so far.

B.D., recently said in a five-star review, “I started to bake my own bread during this lockdown and was using regular linen bags to store my loaves, but my bread turned dry and hard on the second day. This 3-layer technology became a finder for me! I am glad I don't have to worry about my bread storage anymore, because even after 5 days, my bread is fresh and soft. I recommend this product for every home made bread lover.”

For more information visit goodleks.shop. Check out the Amazon store at here.

About GoodLeks
GOODLEKS is a young, fast-growing company that produces products for organic food storage. Our storage technology is patented and is of high quality. The production of our products is located in Ukraine.

We have been around for a little over a year, but we already have strong partners, such as large retail chains, bakeries, grocery stores and grateful customers, but we have higher ambitions. We want our wonderful product to reach every home in the world.

Our dream and mission is to show the world our ecological products worthy of the best hostess. We are sure that people from all over the world will appreciate our product.

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First-of-its-kind Free Bedtime Story Email Subscription Launched by Story Tyke

Story Tyke releases a new subscription service for busy parents who need bedtime stories for their children.

PHOENIX, AZ, USA, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — History has proven that storytelling at bedtime has positive effects not only on bonding time between parents and children, but also on child development. However, the fast-paced nature of modern life means that busy parents have trouble experiencing this with their children. As a result of this struggle, Story Tyke was developed so that even the busiest of parents have the opportunity to spend this valuable time with their kids.

The free online subscription includes having a unique story emailed on school nights (Monday – Thursday) promptly at 6 pm. For most parents, it’s nearly impossible to find the necessary time to search for new stories to engage kids sufficiently, or to identify and download new story apps. With this in mind, Story Tyke was born to offer kids fun and engaging stories professionally written by critically-acclaimed children’s authors so that children never get bored.

There are various types of stories on offer: ongoing adventure series which feature multiple chapters focusing on one character, traditional stories with changes to keep the kids intrigued (for example – Three Little Pigs Have a Party), and single stories which are unique. For something a little bit different, they also provide stories which use kids’ and family member’s or friend’s own names. That way, children really feel that they are a part of the story that they are hearing.

All of the stories are apolitical and free from controversial topics as Story Tyke believes that children should be able to travel the world through the characters and stories they hear without overt political intent. Instead, every story is suitable to kids of all ages, backgrounds, and genders.

Although the stories are written with 4-8 year-olds in mind, users have reported that other ages appreciate it too and there is really no limit to who can enjoy it. The reason for this age group as the focus is that they are the ones who are most intrigued by bedtime stories and the ones who are most likely to request a bedtime story without being prompted.

The benefits of bedtime stories cannot be understated. It’s been proven that storytelling without the use of images has immensely beneficial results on memory recall, the sparking of creative thinking, and early literacy development. Bedtime stories have also been demonstrated to amplify language development on various levels and improve vocabulary so that they will have a much better chance at being well-spoken.

More than that though, storytelling at bedtime provides parents with invaluable bonding time which strengthens their relationship with their kids. The long-term benefits of this cannot be understated, as at the same time, children are able to push the limits of their imagination with their parents by their side for support.

“We want parents focusing on quality bonding time with their children versus focusing on where to find that story to tell (or what to create from scratch),” says Jacob Merkley, Founder & CEO at Story Tyke.

Merkley, who is a parent himself, finds that his true job doesn't end when he gets home, but rather begins. The idea for Story Tyke arose when his daughter asked for a story that she’d never heard before. Unfortunately, this request came at a time when he was particularly mentally drained from a difficult day. Creativity was at an all-time low, so he turned to Google. However, even after a thorough search which took 20 minutes, most of what he found was apps which were difficult to navigate, poorly-designed websites, an excess of ads, and so many stories that it was difficult to pick just one. By the time he found one, his daughter was already asleep and he had missed that special bonding time.

In this visual and digital world, children require the ability to expand their imagination and Story Tyke’s purpose is to make this experience all the easier. Through uncomplicated incorporation into everyday life, parents don’t have to waste time trying to find a method of bonding with their kids, and rather spend their time doing the actual bonding. This shared experience is one that will stay with both parents and children.

Jacob Merkley
Story Tyke, LLC
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"Weight of Willpower": The insightful book to building back your body and health (for life)

NOOSA HEADS, QLD, AUSTRALIA, November 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Are you in a healthy relationship with food? Does it fuel you or frustrate you? If you want to break the cycle of yo-yo dieting, emotional eating, or perhaps you are struggling with thyroid issues, PCOS, IBS, and more, "Weight of Willpower" is the book to guide you. With the inclusion of a 21 day support challenge, it is aimed at empowering readers to achieve a good relationship with food and maintaining their goal weight.

What you can expect to gain from reading the book

Readers will be taken on a journey that will guide them to ultimate health (particularly with what they eat). The mission is to provide preventative healthcare to readers without including any advice, techniques or tools that may pose a risk to them (like so many corporations in the US do).

Proper weight maintenance methods, along with custom -easy to execute- eating plans, as well as fun activities to replace the traditionally boring exercises, can all be found in the wise words of the author, Kyah Andrea. Information is provided bearing in mind that readers may have thyroid issues, PCOS, IBS, and intolerances. It also focuses on: building a new relationship with food, stopping yo-yo dieting properly and forever, and releasing emotional eating:

1. New relationship with food

With the inclusion of its easy food group guides, readers start to build a new relationship with food. Attention is brought to restoring positive food connections. It will enable readers to choose the correct meals and know portion sizes- without weighing or measuring your food! The focus is on fresh, unprocessed, real food.

2. Stop yo-yo dieting- permanently

One of the aims of the book is to enable the readers to get out of the yo-yo dieting cycle. While it acknowledges it is not an easy thing to do (especially if you have been riding this train for years), specific tools, advice and guides are provided to form new patterns of eating. Healthy ones. It helps the readers to love themselves -and their bodies- unconditionally which in turn builds a healthy attitude towards food, exercise, meditation and body image.

3. Emotional eating release

The techniques to release emotional eating are thoroughly explained in the book. On top of this, the fun activities in the book help the reader to build good energy and release the negative. The philosophy is that exercise does not always have to be in the gym. Outdoor activities (at the beach for example) such as swimming, snorkeling and kayaking are encouraged.

The book is available for purchase in either a digital/hard/audio copy.

What was the motivation for writing “Weight of Willpower”?

Kyah Andrea is well informed about the weight loss industry and that it is a $72Bn sector. Big names such Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, Slim Fast and are known to be industry giants. However, she commented that the weight loss industry only focuses on, well, losing weight. Generally, guides and information about weight maintenance are placed in the background with the intention to, “keep large corporations in constant loops with their client.” Rather than enabling yo-yo dieting, “Weight of Willpower” will help you break free from it.

On top of this, Andrea wanted to create a book that would make the reader feel, “grounded, inspired and informed to transform old eating habits.” The book includes honest systems to lose weight and maintain that healthy weight for life. The vision for the books is that it will expand and inspire the full potential of anyone around the world who reads it.

About the author

If you were to take a trip to Queensland, Australia you could meet up with the author, Kyah Andrea and chat about all things “Weight” and “Willpower” related. She is a qualified and experienced naturopathic nutritionist. Her passion and specialisation rests with mindful emotional eating release and meditation. In her writing (and in everyday life) Andrea supports, discusses and raises awareness about honest and easy weight maintenance techniques that actually help long term. Her associates commend her style of working and attitude towards health, “her focus on finding and helping true cause of disease, is refreshing.”

Kyah Andrea
Be Amare Pty Ltd
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Source: EIN Presswire

The Gorgon's Loch Tabletop Game Seeks Funding on Kickstarter

On December 1st tabletop enthusiasts can pre-order the family-friendly tabletop dungeon crawler on Kickstarter

LONDON, ENGLAND, November 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Gorgon's Loch, a fun, family-friendly, easy-to-learn, and hard-to-master tabletop dungeon crawler is about to go live on Kickstarter, at https://bit.ly/TGLrelaunch, on December 1st.

Aiming at attracting new players to the world of board and tabletop gaming by providing an exciting and easy-to-play board game that’s also stimulating and hard-to-master, “The Gorgon's Loch” uses the STORM system, a simple gaming system based on six-sided dice.

“The Gorgon's Loch is a fun turn-based fantasy dungeon adventure for 1-5 players, which makes it suitable for all the family, but which can be played as a solo game as well,” Dan Grubb, CEO and Game Designer of the UK-based independent publishing house Fantastic Books Publishing, said.

The game can be played with or without a Dungeon Master and players can change at any time since different players can drop in and drop out as they wish. “This game makes uninterrupted game nights possible, which is particularly suited for family and friend gatherings”, Mr. Grubb detailed while also observing that play times for each of the dungeons averages 60 to 90 minutes including setup.

The dungeon crawler theme of the game is centered on the Gorgon Queen character. She has captured the players’ souls and is using them as her playthings in her enchanted dungeon, the Gorgon's Loch. Treated as unwilling gladiators, players have been trapped there for centuries battling in an endless cycle of death and reincarnation. The dungeon is packed with the Gorgon Queen’s forces who are loyal to her every command.

“Players must collect and use potions, magical scrolls, weapons, and armor to survive the onslaught of these forces while avoiding traps and dark enchantments,” the game designer said.

The crowdfunder also highlights the high-quality components and thick, durable card stock, which makes the game a robust and lasting set that will allow families to play it for years to come. The game’s charismatic artwork is reflected on about two kilos of impressively designed cards.

“The Gorgon’s Loch” has been play-tested for thousands of hours by first-time board game players, seasoned board game professionals, such as Major Alex Janaway, a former Warmaster World Champion, board game cafe owners all over the UK from Margate to Northumberland, private board and tabletop clubs all over the country from London to Whitley Bay, and several other non-experts. “They all loved it and shared exciting reviews that make us optimistic about our Kickstarter campaign,” Grubb further stated.

Fantastic Books Publishing will further venture into the STORM gaming system with two other games to be developed soon: "Professor Harlow's Laboratory" and "Vampire Homecoming". “Supporting our Kickstarter campaign also means supporting our continued work to bring more exciting tabletop games to life,” the crowdfunder commented.

The “Gorgon's Loch” campaign on Kickstarter at https://bit.ly/TGLrelaunch will be launched on December 1st and is seeking to raise £15,900 for the large-scale printing of the first 1,000 units of the game. Kickstarter backers will have early and discounted access to the game in exchange for their support to the campaign.

Dan Grubb
Fantastic Books Publishing
+447415388882 ext.
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Source: EIN Presswire