Archive: January, 2011

Tamara Mariea of Internal Balance Offers Suggestions to Make Personal Care Products Safer

Internal Balance’s Tamara Mariea says there are two toxic chemicals gaining notoriety because they are commonly used in personal care products. Added for their antiseptic qualities, triclocarban and triclosan are legal and unnecessary chemical compounds. According to Internal Balance, triclosan is an additive in the vast majority of liquid hand soaps on the market, and triclocarban is a common ingredient in bar soaps.

Mario Romano Colts Neck Thanks High School for Hosting Pop Warner Football

Many communities, like Mario Romano’s in Colts Neck, New Jersey, have their own Pop Warner Football league. It may seem like raising money is by far the toughest obstacle to overcome, but in Colts Neck Mario Romano found other challenges as well. One of the first matters of business in Colts Neck for Mario Romano and his friends was creating a schedule for their Pop Warner Football program. Now, Mario Romano Colts Neck is offering what he has learned about scheduling to others facing the same problem. With his experiences in Colts Neck, Mario Romano hopes he can help save others a similar headache.

Franklin Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass Discusses Early Tooth Decay and Pacifier Habits

With nearly 100 years of combined dental experience, the staff and pediatric dentists at Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental Associates in Franklin serve middle Tennessee with one goal in mind – excellence. Founded by Franklin pediatric dentists Dr. David Snodgrass and Dr. John T. King, Snodgrass-King provides excellence in service, experience and convenience.

Franklin’s Snodgrass-King Pediatric Dental Associates offers an excellent atmosphere for a first time visitor to the pediatric dentist’s chair. When stepping into the Franklin office of Snodgrass-King a child instantly experiences something above and beyond the typical pediatric dentist’s office. From the ability to watch movies during teeth cleanings to the video games to the possibility of meeting Chomp the alligator mascot, Snodgrass-King of Franklin offers something unique for children visiting one of their pediatric dentists.

Chuck Broes Discusses Five Styles of Leadership

Chuck Broes draws on over forty years of business acumen to offer a perspective on business philosophies and tactics for the next decade. This piece is part 4 of a series.

Chuck Broes fields many questions from aspiring business executives who want to learn more about leadership. Many individuals who have not previously served in leadership positions, explains Chuck Broes, develop an inaccurate idea of what it takes to lead. Of the myriad management styles Chuck Broes has encountered during his long career, five of them stand out. Chuck Broes encourages managers to choose one that dovetails with their individual values and their company’s culture.

Paul M. Weiss Reports on Class Action Suits Involving Front-Load Washers

Freed & Weiss, a law firm specializing in class action lawsuits and co-founded by Paul M. Weiss, is currently investigating and prosecuting class actions involving front-load washing machines. Paul M. Weiss recently reported that class action lawsuits are pending against Sears/Kenmore, LG, Whirlpool and Bosch; investigations are continuing against GE, Frigidaire, Electrolux and Samsung. The front-load washing machines manufactured by the named companies have an alleged inherent defect in that the front-load washing machines do not self-clean, resulting in stagnant water and mold and bio-film buildup in front-loading machines, said Paul M. Weiss.