December 24, 2014 /3BL Media/ -'In this series of “LEDside Chats” we will answer the question: Are LEDs bad for your health?
In looking at answers to this question it becomes evident that some LEDs are, and some are not. In order to understand why this is true, it’s important to look at eye physiology and how we can achieve, experience and maintain perfect vision.
To start, let’s take a quick look at how your eye works.
The old adage that charity begins at home came to life last Friday, when Major Leaguer Anthony Swarzak returned to the hospital of his birth with Action Team Captains to deliver gifts to those children unfortunate to be hospitalized during the holidays.
More than 30 Action Team Captains from Cypress Bay High School joined Swarzak in making some extra special deliveries at Chris Evert Children’s Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale.
Green Meadow Waldorf School (GMWS) received a $1,000 Seed Fund grant to support Open Saturdays, a free tutoring program brought by GMWS faculty, staff, parents, and students to children in struggling local public schools during the 2014-15 school year. GMWS is located in Chestnut Ridge, New York in the East Ramapo School District where more than 48 percent of students are eligible for free school lunches, and an additional 14 percent are eligible for reduced price meals.
Local CITGO Marketer Raises $40,000 to Benefit Muscular Dystrophy Association
Little Rock, Ark., Dec. 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ – On Dec. 4, local CITGO Marketer Flash Market Inc., Core Mark and CITGO Petroleum Corporation hosted the tenth annual Passport to a Cure event featuring keynote speaker Zack Arnold, director and producer of GO FAR: The Christopher Rush Story, which follows the life of a boy diagnosed with muscular dystrophy at a young age. The event was held at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock and raised nearly $40,000 to benefit the local chapter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA).
At Arrow Electronics, corporate social responsibility means guiding innovation forward by encouraging the development of new technologies that improve the lives of others. In 2014, Arrow supported several incubators and accelerators that yielded cutting-edge designs by rising innovators.
Toyota Motor Corporation has begun lending its "Walk Training Assist" and "Balance Training Assist" rehabilitation-aid partner robots for clinical trials to be conducted in medical facilities across Japan. The robots are designed to aid the rehabilitation of patients who find it difficult to walk or maintain balance due to illness or injury.
- Employees and contractors celebrate two decades of delivering essential items to Monroe County Head Start children and families -
East Stroudsburg, Pa., December 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi, announced today that its employees and contractors collected and hand-delivered truckloads of gifts, non-perishable food items, gently used clothing and supermarket gift cards to Pocono Services for Families and Children (PSFC). This year’s “Adopt-a-Family” holiday drive marks the 20th anniversary of the generous tradition, which has supported hundreds of Monroe County Head Start children and families since its inception.
In 2014 Novo Nordisk celebrated 10 years as a company with a Triple Bottom Line approach to business. These are the stories from 2014 that caught people's eye.
31 December, 2014, Bagsværd, Denmark /3BL Media/ - The readers have spoken! In 2014 Novo Nordisk celebrated 10 years as a company with a Triple Bottom Line approach to business. Throughout the year, Novo Nordisk shared stories and videos telling the actions and initiatives that demonstrate the company’s commitment to financial, environmental and social responsibility.
Here are the top five most read stores from Novo Nordisk’s sustainability communications.
1.The story of Novo Nordisk's Environmental Profit and Loss account
4 Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston Receive New Athletic Gear, Sports Equipment and Curriculum to Enhance the Quality of Its Youth Programs
December 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ - CareWell Urgent Care is providing funding in support of two signature Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation programs aimed at positively impacting youth at Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, encouraging them to develop active and healthy lifestyles.
Television Personality and ServiceMaster Spokesperson, Matt Paxton, Presents Check and Reveals Improvements to Nia Treatment Home
December 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ - In the spirit of spreading holiday cheer, ServiceMaster Restore, one of the largest disaster recovery companies in the U.S. and part of the ServiceMaster (NYSE: SERV) family of brands, and CBS EcoMedia today unveiled much-needed renovations to the Nia Treatment Home, a group home operated by Volunteers of America-Greater New York, serving at-risk youth.