Why WEN Cleansing Conditioner Is The Only Hair Product You Need This Spring

When it comes to our hair, we all dream of flowing, silky strands. However, it seems like we can spend hundreds of dollars on fancy hair products and still end up with hair that is dry, frizzy and dull.

As it turns out, the shampoos and conditioners that we’ve been using since we were kids can be the culprit. Recent studies have determined that the ingredients found in popular hair care products are full of toxic chemicals that leave hair damaged.

For instance, most shampoos contain high levels of sulfates. That foamy lather that your shampoo gives you is the result of sulfates. While this rich lather makes us feel like our hair is really getting a good cleaning, the reality is that the sulfates that produce this lather damage our hair beyond belief.

Our hair naturally produces oils that keep it soft, protected and healthy. When we apply a sulfate to our hair on a regular basis, these protective oils are aggressively stripped from our strands thanks to the harsh nature of the ingredient.

Therefore, in order to maintain hair that is healthy as can be, it’s time to switch to a sulfate-free cleansing and conditioning regimen. WEN Cleansing Conditioner is a 5-in-1 hair care product that transforms hair while detoxifying it from harsh chemicals found in most hair care products.

WEN Cleansing Conditioner takes the place of shampoo, conditioner, leave-in conditioner, detangler and deep conditioner. What makes this product especially unique is its completely natural formula. Instead of using sulfates and other toxic chemicals, WEN Cleansing Conditioner is composed of botanical extracts that are gentle on hair and leave it feeling healthier than ever.

WEN Cleansing Conditioner uses ingredients like mint, rosemary and chamomile to restore hair’s shine and leave it soft and healthy. By switching to this product, hair’s natural oils are restored and dreams of having luscious locks can finally come true.

Former Owner of Atlanta Hawks Sues over Ferry Contract Termination

Danny Ferry, formerly the General Manager for the Atlanta Hawks, is once again in the news. Ferry’s separation and subsequent settlement claims is now at the center of a lawsuit that pits former Hawks Governor Bruce Levenson against an insurance company. See, http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/11493472/jason-whitlock-bruce-levenson-atlanta-hawks.

At the Fulton County Court, Levenson has filed a lawsuit against the New Hampshire Insurance Company (NHIC) on behalf of Atlanta Hawks Basketball and Entertainment, the company he controlled when in a leadership role with the team.

This lawsuit puts NHIC on the defensive in the case of Dan Ferry’s separation from the team. When Ferry signed on to the Atlanta Hawks in 2012 he did so with the contractual expectation that he’d continue on with the team well into 2018. However, Ferry terminated his contract in 2015, which occurred only days before Levenson himself separated from the Hawks.

Bruce Levenson argues that the NHIC was liable to cover the costs of contract termination when Ferry left his position. The lawsuit states that the Hawks had a policy with the NHIC that would’ve covered torts and workplace termination disputes. However, this policy wasn’t carried out by the NHIC, nor was Levenson notified that his company would be responsible for any payments. This left Levenson to shoulder the cost when Ferry left the team.

Levenson’s lawsuit argues that the NHIC is guilty of bad faith in policy and are liable for the expense Ferry caused when he ended his contract. Denying coverage while the policy was still in place makes things difficult for the NHIC heading in to this legal battle.

About Bruce Levenson:

Bruce Levenson is an American philanthropist (read more on prnewswire.com) and businessman. With a background as a writer for the Washington Star and then a publisher with Observer Publishing, he went on to partner with Ed Peskowitz and started United Communications group, where he ha continued to serve as partner for nearly 20 years.

Source: brucelevenson.com


Information is one of the most powerful tools. It is therefore important to have as much information as one can, however, this information must be accurate and reliable. The medical field has so much information but most of it is not freely available to all. However, this is bound to change with the continuous growth and development of Oncotarget. This is an online weekly medical journal founded by Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei Gudkov in 2010. The journal aims at making scientific knowledge rapidly and widely known among people and also readily available.

There are many reasons why Oncotarget is preferable among people. First, it is a multidisciplinary journal. It has articles that cover diverse areas of medicine such as cell biology, neuroscience, cardiology, Oncology, pharmacology and endocrinology among others. Additionally, all the papers are reviewed which further enhances their reliability. As such, these papers can be used during medical research and references in reports. The journal is also freely accessible to all. This makes it a convenient source for students most of whom have to pay to access most of the other journal and databases.

The founders of Oncotarget also understand how challenging it can be to have one’s research published. They therefore consider researchers and are willing to edit, peer review and publish their papers for them. It also works with author whose work was accidentally rejected by other journals. Such an author needs to submit the paper that was rejected together with the rebuttal letter and the peer-reviews from the other journal. Through the papers, researchers can share ideas and also have healthy challenges which fuel further research. Oncotarget therefore gives researchers a chance to contribute to the growth of science. It also enables bringing of the gaps between the biomedical sciences by bringing them together. Follow Oncotarget on Twitter.

Mikhail Blagosklonny is a major face at Oncotarget. Besides being a co-founder, Blagosklonny is also an editor-in-chief of Oncotarget. He is also an author with over 250 peer reviewed articles in various journals. He also works with other journals such as the Autography, Cell Cycle, Cell Death Differ and Cancer Res. He is currently a professor at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo. Oncotarget, which is published by Impact Journals

A Look Inside The Beautiful New Hospital In Brazil Named The Copa Star

The Copa Star is a new hospital in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, which sets itself apart by incorporating luxury along with the highest level of technology. The hospital is owned by Rede D’Or São Luiz which has a number of hospitals in Brazil but introduces this new type of hospital in Brazil which offers patients an experience which is akin to staying in a 5-star hotel. Everything in the hospital is designed to attend to the needs of patient’s comfort and relaxation while being treated by a highly trained medical staff.

The difference with the Copa Star versus regular hospitals is noticeable right when you enter. The hospital was designed with an aromatherapy system that cleans the air and gives the air a pleasant scent. In the front lobby and throughout the corridors you will note that there is exquisite artwork on display; the Copa Star has almost 250 pieces of work by acclaimed Japanese artist Yutaka Toyota. The hospital, which cost about R $400 million, also isn’t cluttered with stretchers like many hospitals are as they are stored and moved in their own area that comes complete with three elevators.

The rooms that patients stay in are designed for their complete comfort. Much of each room can be controlled through apps on an iPad that is supplied to each patient. One of the apps allows them to adjust their inflatable mattresses to their individualized comfort. The app also allows them to adjust the lighting as well as open and close the blinds. Another app allows the patient to summon a nurse or notify their doctor about something as well review their medical scans and records.

One of the novel ideas incorporated into the Copa Star are screens that show the outside world. This allows the patient to know if it’s day or night so that they don’t get disoriented, and it shows the calm beach outside of the hospital. Another architectural touch is that the hospital is filled with natural light which is far more pleasant than manufactured lighting.

The Copa Star has nine operating rooms each of which has the latest technology including robots that assist with surgery. The doctors at the Copa Star are able to perform highly complex surgeries for patients whereas before the hospital was built patients needing those surgeries had to be flown to Sao Paulo. Seeing to the operating rooms and patient rooms is a staff of more than 550 employees which includes about 115 medical personnel. The nurses on staff have received extra training in order to learn a new approach to helping patients with tasks such as dressing or applying makeup.

Read more at SSC Magazine about Copa Star.

Rick Shinto, CEO of InnovaCare Health, Declares Addition of Three New Company Executives

Richard “Rick” Shinto, InnovaCare’s CEO, announced that the company had expanded its leadership team by adding three new executives. They included Jonathan Meyer, Penelope Kokkinides, and Mike Sortino. InnovaCare Health is a renowned provider of both Medicare and Medicaid plans, provider networks, and physician practice services.

Shinto cited that the company needed leaders with a top-notch level of experience, expertise, and professional integrity. He added that each executive possessed a distinct set of skills, which was essential to the company’s success.

The Three New Executives

Jonathan Meyers currently serves as the Chief Actuary Officer (CAO) of InnovaCare, Inc. Before joining the company, he worked at Medicare and Medicaid for Horizon BCBS where he served as the Director of Actuarial Services. Before that, Meyers was the Chief Actuarial at HealthCare Partner in New York City. He also offered Employee Benefits Consulting services to large Employers and Unions such as the International Paper and AXA Financial, where he advised Senior Executives about Healthcare Benefits for retirees and employees.

Penelope Kokkinides serves as the present Chief Administrative Officer of the healthcare company. Penelope has over 20 years of industry experience and has specialized in government health care programs like Medicare and Medicaid. Additionally, Penelope has expertise in managing health care processes and developing clinical programs.

Previously, she served as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and the Executive Vice President of Centerlight HealthCare. Her responsibilities included overall management of the managed care division. Penelope also served as the Corporate VP for Care Management and Disease Management at AmeriChoice, which is a business division of UnitedHealth Group. Furthermore, she contributed to the development and implementation of the company’s health model.

Mike Sortino currently serves as the Chief Accounting Officer of InnovaCare Inc. Before joining InnovaCare health, he served as a Controller at Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Ltd. Mike worked for more than five years as the Chief Financial Officer at Houston Casualty Company (HCC) before joining Samsung. Apart from having more than five years of experience in public accounting, Mike has more than 20 years in the reinsurance and insurance industries.

Richard Shinto Awarded for His Work

Rick Shinto is presently the CEO of InnovaCare Inc. In 2012, he was named Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the year. Shinto earned the award because of his success in innovation, financial performance, and a personal commitment to different communities and businesses.

Political Action Committee Seeks to Settle the Citizen’s Score

The foundation of America is constituted by civilian unity in the face of systematic oppression. Long ago, our forefathers fought injustice headstrong, through blood, sweat, and tears. Countless men of honor died in the struggle to keep America independent, united in the continuous battle for this beautiful Democratic Republic to remain whole. Since those times, the country had shed outward oppression, becoming one of the world’s greatest voices for the common man. However, as with all things, the toll of time led our leaders to lose the way. Blinded by material matters, money, and the shallow promise of fame and fortune, our politicians sold the soul of this once great nation.

One would think that, in a democratic society, any true threat to democracy would have to hide in the shadows, slowly striking at the foundation of our nation. While in previous centuries this was certain, today this is not the case. The biggest blow to democracy takes place before our very eyes. That’s right, the populous has become so saturated with meaningless media, so rife with self-indulgence and obesity, that any semblance of sentient thought is self-suppressed.

Take, for instance, the Citizens United Act. This law is perhaps the epitome of ironically insulting legislature meant to deface America. The surface statement seems satisfactory, that is because the majority of Americans will only read the headline. Citizens United is actually a shallow sham, a piece of legislature which allows the government to treat corporations as people. Considering the notion of self-proliferating bureaucracy (the study-verified fact that a corporation, when large enough, will solely strive for survival over its primary function), the insult increases exponentially.

Why does it matter that the government can treat a corporation as a human? The law essentially allows corporate entities to deposit endless money in political contributions. This negates democracy in entirety.

This is where End Citizens United comes into play. The PAC is solely tasked with the goal of returning power to, and enlightening, the lost citizens of America. End Citizens United is a growing movement, reminiscent of the Sanders campaign days, bent on repealing this legislature, and providing Americans a voice in government. Our forefathers intended for America to be fantastic forum of free-speech and intellectual proliferation, not some burgeoning beast of business. This is not to deny the need for free market maintenance, however, the scales of justice need a balance. America’s legislature must be motivated by a union of its people and its primary producers. End Citizens United has a main goal of Constitutional Amendment. Some say this goal is unattainable. In the end, it must needs be a decision of the citizen.