Computer Anti-Fatigue Glasses May Help Address Vision Issues, Says OptimEYES
ASHBURN, Va., March 1, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Thanks to the demands of desk jobs and our increasingly digital existence, computer vision syndrome is on the rise, according to OptimEYES. Squinting at a computer, tablet or mobile screen for extended periods can damage vision. Even individuals who do not currently have vision problems may experience vision issues following two or more hours of computer use. Symptoms of computer vision syndrome include blurry vision, eyestrain and discomfort, headaches, and dry and scratchy eyes. Early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent additional vision problems, according to the Doctors of Optometry at the Ashburn, Virginia-based OptimEYES.
All About Cats Veterinary Hospital
All About Cats Veterinary Hospital Celebrates "Feline Dental Health Month"
LAS VEGAS, March 1, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- All About Cats Veterinary Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada announced that the vet hospital is currently offering discounted services for feline dental cleanings starting in February. The discounted service is celebrating "National Feline Dental Health Month." The veterinary team is offering discounted cleanings to encourage pet owners to schedule dental exams and cleanings for their pets. Dental disease is a leading health problem impacting cats. More than 70% of cats have symptoms of periodontal disease by the age of three. A professional dental cleaning is essential to reducing the risk for periodontal disease and other oral health problems.
Yarmouth Veterinary Center
Importance of Pet Dental Health
YARMOUTH, Maine, March 1, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Many pet owners are unaware of the ways in which their pet can benefit from proper dental care. Cats and dogs require regular dental cleanings and screenings, just like people. They can get these treatments from their general veterinarian, or from a specialist. Pet dental care is critical to the health, safety and happiness of your pet.
Innovative Solar Systems, LLC
$180 Mill Solar Farm Nears Construction in North Carolina
ASHEVILLE, N.C., March 1, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - A Massive 80MW Solar Farm Project in Anson County, NC has secured all necessary approvals, both state, local and federal and is ready for immediate construction. Innovative Solar 37, LLC is the solar farm project located in the middle of the state that will generate enough electricity to power approximately 20,000 medium sized homes. John E. Green, managing partner and CEO at Innovative Solar Systems states that this will be one of the single largest solar farms to ever be built in NC. This solar farm system will incorporate approximately 300,000 solar photovoltaic panels, eighty (80) Advanced Energy DC to AC Inverters, and cost approximately $180,000,000 U.S. Dollars to build.
Village Park Homes
Village Park Homes Names New President and COO as Company Expands
HILTON HEAD, S.C., March 1, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via PRWEB - Village Park Homes is pleased to announce that Richard Schwartz, has been promoted to the position of President for the Bluffton, SC based regional homebuilding and development company. Schwartz brings with him extensive senior management experience in new home construction and development with large national public builders. Schwartz's previous position as the COO of Village Park Homes in 2014 saw the company exceed recorded expectations, doubling the sales and revenue from the previous year and significantly expanding community and product offerings. "I am excited for the opportunity to grow our company to a regional level. The market seems willing to support us in this endeavor," says Schwartz.
EQS Group AG
DGAP-Adhoc: RWE Aktiengesellschaft: Decision by DECC does not affect completion of Dea divestment
RWE Aktiengesellschaft / Key word(s): Disposal
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The UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced yesterday
that the Secretary of State is not willing to provide a comfort letter for
the change of contro