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Social media appeared so quickly and has recently taken business marketing to a new level. From branding to increasing search engine rankings, to lowering conventional marketing costs, social media marketing is changing both small and large businesses in an easy and fast-paced way.
Dr. Thomas Umbach is a nationally recognized, board-certified and fellowship-trained bariatric surgeon. Newsweek and Time magazines, as well as New Economy Best Health Care Consultants, Best Bariatrics Surgeon and Best Medical Tourism Provider, have recognized him as one of the nation’s top bariatric surgeons
Michael S. Mall, M.D. is the medical director of Michael S. Mall, MD | Medical Concierge and New Image Advanced Laser Skin Center. Dr. Mall answers some common questions about health but encourages those with concerns to seek professional help. Dr. Mall and his staff are very passionate about the concierge primary care medical practice.
Dr. Cynthia Payne is a board certified optometrist specializing in the treatment and management of ocular disease and owner of Trendsetter Eyewear.
As a financial advisor and managing associate I am often surprised by how many successful, intelligent and well-educated women lack knowledge and motivation around investing and planning for retirement. As an entire gender, women have to step up and take charge.
Tiger Devore, columnist for Las Vegas Woman magazine about relationships, sex and gender issues, is a respected expert and caring physician.
In downtown Las Vegas, Mark Rowland is creating a living, fluid, thriving art museum. As director of the Metropolitan Gallery of Las Vegas Art Museum for three years, he has contributed to its tremendous growth.
Umbilical cord derived stem cells have been demonstrated to be the most potent type of stem in terms of regenerating human cells and reversing disease states in over 100 different conditions including lupus, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, traumatic brain injuries, neuropathies, diabetes, Parkinsons disease, dementia and stroke injury.
Laurie Bloch-Johnson has been practicing for over 30 years creating a beautiful, natural smile for her patients as well as maintaining good dental health. According to Dr. Laurie, even small improvements can make a big difference in a smile, how someone feels about themselves and how others see them.
The fall season has arrived. The kids have been out of school enjoying water parks, camp and all sorts of fun activities. Even adult work schedules shift into a slower paced rhythm—fewer deadlines and meandering lunches sprinkled liberally with long weekends and vacation days.