Peter Loisides, Acclaimed Urologist, Wins Best of Los Angeles Award- “Best Urologist" for 4th Year in a Row

Acclaimed Urologist Peter Loisides

Best of LA Award

“We're honored to include Peter Loisides into our BoLAA family.” ~Aurora DeRose

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Peter Loisides, an acclaimed Urologist, wins Best of Los Angeles Award- “Best Urologist- 2020”, according to Aurora DeRose, award coordinator for the Best of Los Angeles Award community.

The “Best of Los Angeles Award” community was formed five years ago and consists of over 7,000 professional members living and working in Southern California. It celebrates the best people, places and things in Los Angeles with a slogan “No Ads. No B.S. Only the Best.”

“The mission of the community is to celebrate the best of Los Angeles, and allow its community members to connect with other members who share the highest standards of quality and integrity,” expresses DeRose. "We're honored to include Peter Loisides into our BoLAA family."

Dr. Peter Loisides is Board Certified from The American Board of Urology. He is dedicated to improving the lives of patients with innovative evidence-based therapies, along with outstanding surgical expertise and personalized care. He strongly believes in empowering his patients with knowledge and encourages patients to take an active role in their health care including lifestyle modification, diet, and through the use of supplements.

“He’s a great doctor,” says Jason H., a patient, “everything went smoothly. He has wonderful bedside manner and is great at following up. I would recommend him to anyone.”

Dr. Peter Loisides is dedicated to improving the lives of patients with innovative evidence-based therapies along outstanding surgical expertise and personalized care. Currently based in Santa Monica, California, Loisides has been practicing for 23 years. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in 1990 and has had a thriving career since then.

Philip H, another patient, states, “I can't speak highly enough of Peter Loisides. From the first point of contact, he was personable, informative and respectful. He explained every step of the operation and recovery and followed through exactly as he said. The surgery went extremely well, and – although not yet final – I'm very happy with the results and my decision to trust this operation to Dr Loisides.”

Dr. Loisides can be contacted at (310) 424-3170.

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NFL Execs Believe Saquon Barkley, New York Giants, is the Best Running Back in the League Via ESPN Poll

Saquon Barkley edged out Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey and Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — There have been other running backs who have won the rushing title of the league in the two years since Saquon Barkley was drafted second-overall in the NFL Draft. Then there are other running backs who have earned All-Pro honors. But there's a widespread belief among professional football's brain trust that the New York Giants might just have the best running back in the whole league.

In a report for ESPN+, a collective of 50 executives of the league consisting of coaches, scouts and athletes were challenged to rate the Top 10 platers in the whole league in 11 different positions for the 2020 season. One player was rated as the greatest in football when it came to running back, Saquon Barkley, who edged out Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey and Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott due to his nearly unlimited big-play potential and subsequent effect on rival defenses.

"Can score from anywhere on the field, and you feel that. That’s rare," said an NFC executive. "Can generate more big plays than anyone."

Barkley, the 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, is coming off a rough season in 2019: while he was outstanding in the first and last few weeks of the season, his biggest trouble earned a year that was ruined by a severe ankle sprain in Week Three. This caused him to skip multiple games before returning to practice, possibly too early, and plodded across a lengthy string of Giants losses that he lost his signature blasting and evasiveness. Nonetheless, even in as few years in the game, Barkley still managed to have his second 1,000 + running yard season, bringing him ahead of even McCaffrey, who in 2019 was just the third player in NFL history to gain over 1,000 receiving yards and 1,000 yards in a single season.

"Cutting ability, vision, contact balance — he’s got it all," said an AFC executive. "Nothing he doesn’t do."

"It turns out teams, they're more fearful of this guy than anybody else. He's got the speed, the power, the contact balance – This is a guy that opposing offensive coaches would stop studying their Microsoft tablet just to go watch this guy on the other side," said ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, who wrote the piece. "Veteran linebackers told me you have to put four players on him at one time, because he can break 80 yards at any moment. And so he got the edge over McCaffrey because for as great as he is, they say McCaffrey isn't as maybe sturdy or powerful, where Saquon has a little bit of everything."

While Barkley has even reached a Pro Bowl throughout his young career, he might not have been in a good spot to do everything he is genuinely capable of in the NFL, whether due to in-game scenarios focused against running or unimaginative coaching & schematics. This could well improve in 2020, when Barkley is poised for not just a complete season with quarterback Daniel Jones, but also a new head coach in Joe Judge and an established offensive coordinator in Jason Garrett, who managed some of the NFL's top rushing offenses when he was the Dallas Cowboys' head coach.

Former head coach Pat Shurmur seemed to love the inside zone runs, which, thanks mainly to the inconsistency of the Giants interior offensive line last year, resulted in 25 of Barkley’s rushing attempts (out of 137 runs in between the guards or 18.2%) for zero or negative yardage. So imagine what kind of praise Barkley is going to get if new offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, as many are expecting, includes some outside zone runs, and lines Barkley up around the formation as a receiver, where he can score from anywhere on the field. These receiving opportunities could help the third-year running back have his most productive season yet.

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East Coast Electronics Recycling Voted the #1 East Coast E-Waste Recycler By Consumers

Focusing on the safe collection and disposal of computers and electronic equipment, ECER Inc. takes pride in providing top-quality customer service.

SHIRLEY, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — East Coast Electronics Recycling is proud to announce that they have been voted the #1 e-waste recycler by consumers. The professionals of ECER Inc. work diligently to coordinate the proper pick-up and disposal of all e-waste products while ensuring complete customer satisfaction.

Given their outstanding testimonials, it is no surprise that ECER Inc. has received the top vote for its comprehensive services. Customers were quick to praise the company's efficiency and professionalism, with many claiming that they are a trusted resource for any removal needs.

Customers also highlighted the staff's extensive knowledge and keen eye for detail. Below a customer describes their experience with the company:

“Our population has grown steadily over the last several years, and with it has been an increase in demand for recycling of old electronics. Our neighbors suggested ECER Inc. as a company that would address this need. The staff is completely professional and courteous. They arrive promptly, load and shrink-wrap the material, and haul it away. Simply put, ECER Inc. takes the stress and headaches out of electronic waste recycling.” – proud customer of ECER Inc.
The team of professionals at ECER Inc. are thankful to their loyal customers and look forward to serving them in the future. For more information on East Coast Electronic Recycling please visit the official site here.

About East Coast Electronic Recycling

ECER Inc. is a full-service e-waste pick up and recycling business located in Shirley, Massachusetts. With various government policies regarding the proper disposal of e-waste, it is imperative that all materials be transported safely and responsibly. From old computers to assorted electronics, ECER Inc. is the perfect solution for both small and large scale businesses.

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Bye Aerospace Closes $10 Million in Funding

Bye Aerospace’s eFlyer 2 technology demonstrator on final approach during recent flight testing

Bye Aerospace’s eFlyer 2 technology demonstrator on final approach during recent flight testing at Centennial Airport south of Denver, Colorado.

George E. Bye, Bye Aerospace CEO

George E. Bye, Bye Aerospace CEO

Chrysanthe Gussis, Bye Aerospace strategic advisory board member

Chrysanthe Gussis, Bye Aerospace strategic advisory board member

eFlyer Developer Receives Strategic and Venture Financing to Build Conforming Prototypes

ENGLEWOOD, CO, UNITED STATES, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Bye Aerospace Closes $10 Million in Funding
eFlyer Developer Receives Strategic and Venture Financing to Build Conforming Prototypes

Bye Aerospace, developer of the all-electric eFlyer family of FAA Part 23-certified aircraft, announced completion of a $5 million strategic investment by a venture capital group earlier this year. The successful investment was soon followed by the completion of a $5 million venture raise.

George E. Bye, CEO, of Bye Aerospace, said the investments have allowed Bye Aerospace to begin work on “Serial #001,” the first production-conforming prototype of its two-seat eFlyer 2 aircraft. “I would like to thank everyone involved in the transactions for their rigorous participation in this process,” Bye said. “My special thanks to the leaders, advisors, and industry partners of our funding sources for their involvement over the past year in executing the details of this important phase of funding.”

Chrysanthe Gussis, a Bay Area green tech investor, finance expert and a member of Bye Aerospace’s strategic advisory board, said, “Electric flight is the future of air travel, and even more so now following the coronavirus outbreak, especially as the demand for affordable, smaller, greener aircraft increases. We are seeing more investors recognize the vision of Bye Aerospace as a leader in this sector.”

Bye noted that although the two financial transactions successfully closed during coronavirus restrictions, much of the due diligence and planning was completed before the Covid-19 pandemic escalated. “Since raising the $10 million we have completed critical design review in early June and are now underway with multiple test flights of the eFlyer 2 technology demonstrator,” he said. “Next, we will be solidifying our supply chain relationships to begin assembly on Serial #001, the first production-conforming eFlyer 2 aircraft.”

Previously, in late 2018 Bye Aerospace completed a major investment by SUBARU-SBI Innovation Fund.

Bye Aerospace is developing the FAA FAR 23-certified family of all-electric eFlyer general aviation aircraft, starting with the two-seat eFlyer 2, for the professional flight training mission and the eFlyer 4 for air-taxi and advanced training uses. All of Bye Aerospace’s current and future families of aircraft feature exemplary engineering, research, and electric aircraft solutions producing no CO2 and are designed to answer compelling market needs. These needs include five-fold lower operating costs, zero emissions, and decreased noise. Bye Aerospace estimates the eFlyer will eliminate the release of five million metric tons of CO2 each year for flight training alone.

About Bye Aerospace, Inc.
Bye Aerospace, based in Denver, Colorado, specializes in the design and manufacture of electric aircraft including the eFlyer family of aircraft. Bye Aerospace, named “2020 Small Business of the Year” by the Aurora, Colo. Chamber of Commerce and recognized as “Most Innovative” in the 2020 Made in Colorado awards sponsored by ColoradoBiz magazine, was founded by George E. Bye, who is also Chairman and CEO.

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The Local Culinary, a First-Ever Ghost Kitchen – Virtual Restaurants Franchise, Announces Launch

Ghost Kitchen Franchise

The Local Culinary is headquartered in Miami, FL.

Innovative franchise model shares ghost kitchen system with local restaurant owners to boost revenue

We are the first ghost kitchen and virtual restaurants franchise model in the United States and have seen a tremendous positive response.”

— Alp Franko

MIAMI, FL, UNITED STATES, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Local Culinary, a disruptive virtual kitchen group, announced its revolutionary virtual restaurants franchise opportunity launch this month and is now accepting candidates nationwide.

The franchise launch comes at a time when many local restaurants are seeing plummeting sales due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which affected dine-in services and revenue. The Local Culinary has strategically developed a franchise model that can be easily replicated by restaurateurs, ultimately bolstering sales through delivery-only brands that run the gamut of taste profiles, including Asian-Fusion, Mexican, Classic American, Italian, and others. Every dish is designed for delivery, giving restaurant owners a simple roadmap to new, profit-rich menu items.

The Local Culinary was started by Alp Franko just last year. Since then, the brand has seen blossoming success which has only evolved with the current delivery-seeking culture. "I believe in this revolution. I believe everything will be delivery-oriented," stated Franko. "We are the first ghost kitchen and virtual restaurants franchise model in the United States and have seen a tremendous positive response."

Franko began work in the restaurant industry in Europe, operating 25 different concepts. After a move from New York to Miami, he saw the culture evolve and knew the time was right for The Local Culinary to grow. "We are the only ghost kitchen with our own virtual restaurants on board. We started with 8 brands and now have 50 brands, all in just 16 months," stated Franko.

The franchise system is applicable to any style restaurant. Franko points out that any restaurant owner who is seeking to boost revenues will find the tools needed to do so through The Local Culinary franchise model. "We are looking for restaurant owners and chef-owners who are seeking ways to have more revenue," points out Franko. "Instead of one brand, they want to have 25 or 50 brands on board. This is something very simple for both the franchisee and the consumer."

As for the goal of this first-ever ghost kitchen and virtual restaurants franchise model, Franko says its complete saturation of the market. "The idea is to reach 1000 ghost kitchens, and we have the ability to do this. Our background, our knowledge, and our franchise support system will make us the first-of-our-kind, successful ghost kitchen franchise in the U.S." Interested candidates can visit www.TheLocalCulinary.com for more information on the concept and to begin the application process.

ABOUT THE LOCAL CULINARY
The Local Culinary provides neighborhoods with modern, chef-driven food delivery options inspired by global cuisine all through a convenient, deliver-only model. The company offers 50 individual brands and can be ordered through UberEats, Postmates, Grubhub, or DoorDash. For more information on The Local Culinary and its revolutionary ghost kitchen franchise opportunity, please visit TheLocalCulinary.com

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U.S. House Committee Calls for Stepped Up Enforcement of Animal Cruelty Laws

Cockfighting that runs rampant in the U.S. | Photo: Shutterstock

Cockfighting that runs rampant in the U.S. | Photo: Shutterstock

Holly Gann, director of federal affairs at the Animal Wellness Foundation

Holly Gann, director of federal affairs at the Animal Wellness Foundation

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Enforcing laws against animal cruelty is as crucial as enacting them in the first place.”

— Holly Gann, director of federal affairs

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Today Animal Wellness Action (AWA) and Animal Wellness Foundation (AWF) applauded the U.S. House Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies (CJS), led by Chairman Jose Serrano, D-N.Y. and Ranking Member Robert Aderholt, R-Ala., for urging the Department of Justice (DOJ) to enhance its work to prosecute federal animal cruelty crimes, including animal fighting, in its Fiscal Year 2021 spending bill. The Committee included language directing DOJ to make it a priority to enforce violations federal animal welfare laws and strongly encouraged DOJ to create a dedicated section to enforce these laws. Reps. Charlie Crist, D-Fla., Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., Joe Neguse, D-Colo., and Mark Pocan, D-Wis. have been particularly active on the issue and championed the push for action along with 50 additional Members of the House that requested the language.

The Committee report notes that the Congress has enacted federal anti-cruelty statutes, including a law against all animal fighting, and says that “DOJ shall make it a priority to investigate and prosecute violations of animal welfare laws and is strongly encouraged to create a dedicated section within the Environment and Natural Resources Division to enforce such laws.”

AWA and AWF and their National Law Enforcement Council urge the Senate to include bill language in its version of the take action on its version of the CJS spending bill and direct that the DOJ create an Animal Cruelty Crimes section, to allow for dedicated personnel to crack down on malicious cruelty.

“Enforcing laws against animal cruelty is as crucial as enacting them in the first place,” said Holly Gann, director of federal affairs at Animal Wellness Action and the Animal Wellness Foundation. “Aggressive enforcement of animal welfare laws is needed to put a stop to widespread animal fighting and other forms of animal cruelty. We commend the subcommittee for recognizing the importance of addressing this criminal activity.”

Despite being the most widely and severely criminalized form of animal cruelty, animal fighting remains a widespread criminal enterprise in the U.S. Animals are often drugged to heighten their aggression and forced to keep fighting even after they’ve suffered grievous injuries such as broken bones, deep gashes, punctured lungs, and pierced eyes. In cockfighting, birds have metal weapons, such as knives, attached to their legs where they slash each other to pieces and suffer slow, painful deaths. Animals used for fighting are at risk even when they are not in a fighting pit. They are typically chained outside, exposed to the weather, and denied veterinary care and basic humane treatment. Those who lose a match are subject to extreme cruelty, such as electrocution, beatings, or even killed. Animal fighting activities also typically go hand-in-hand with drug trafficking, gang violence, and other human violence.

AWA and AWF have conducted a series of investigations in Alabama, Guam, Oklahoma, and Tennessee revealing the illegal transport of tens of thousands of fighting birds to far-flung destinations, including Guam, Mexico, and the Philippines.

The Appropriations Committee’s actions are consistent with other actions taken by Congress. Last year, Congress directed the DOJ to make enforcement of the federal animal welfare laws a priority in its FY20 spending bill. Congress has also upgraded the federal animal fighting law five times in the last two decades, including in the Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018. That bill included an amendment to clarify that the federal anti-animal fighting laws apply to every part of the United States, including the U.S. Territories, and took effect at the end of last year.

Federal law makes it a crime to sponsor or exhibit an animal in a fighting venture; to buy, sell, deliver, possess, train or transport an animal for fighting purposes; to use the U.S. mail to promote fighting; to bring a minor to an animal fight; or to be a spectator at an animal fighting spectacle. In addition to the federal animal fighting law, DOJ is also responsible for prosecuting a number of other animal welfare laws, including criminal violations of the Animal Welfare Act and the Horse Protection Act.

Animal Wellness Action (Action) is a Washington, D.C.-based 501(c)(4) organization with a mission of helping animals by promoting legal standards forbidding cruelty. We champion causes that alleviate the suffering of companion animals, farm animals, and wildlife. We advocate for policies to stop dogfighting and cockfighting and other forms of malicious cruelty and to confront factory farming and other systemic forms of animal exploitation. To prevent cruelty, we promote enacting good public policies and we work to enforce those policies. To enact good laws, we must elect good lawmakers, and that’s why we remind voters which candidates care about our issues and which ones don’t. We believe helping animals helps us all.

The Animal Wellness Foundation (Foundation) is a Los Angeles-based private charitable organization with a mission of helping animals by making veterinary care available to everyone with a pet, regardless of economic ability. We organize rescue efforts and medical services for dogs and cats in need and help homeless pets find a loving caregiver. We are advocates for getting veterinarians to the front lines of the animal welfare movement; promoting responsible pet ownership; and vaccinating animals against infectious diseases such as distemper. We also support policies that prevent animal cruelty and that alleviate suffering. We believe helping animals helps us all.

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Michael Shah Announces Scholarship Campaign to Supporting Students in College Programs throughout North America

Michael Shah is pleased to announce the launch of an Academic Scholarship Campaign which will provide education funds to students in the form of financial aid.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — New York real estate investor and Delshah Capital business founder, Michael Shah is proud to report that he will be providing financial aid to post-secondary college students through an Academic Scholarship Campaign, which will grant aid to four students in North America.

Michael Shah’s Academic Scholarship Campaign will seek to help promising, driven students who have been disproportionately impacted by recent economic downturns. These downturns have boosted unemployment rates and caused considerable financial hardships especially for students, who are often unable to hold a full-time job or receive an income while studying to complete their post-secondary programs.

The winners of Michael Shah’s Academic Scholarship will be awarded financial aid that will be applied towards continuation of their studies. Anticipated to launch in mid-July, the campaign will be open to students currently enrolled in an accredited college or university located within North America. Proof of enrollment must be provided upon the submission of an application in order to qualify for consideration.

The scholarship will be awarded to three students for the amount of $1,000 and to one additional student for the amount of $2,000. To apply, interested parties must complete a 500-word essay which demonstrates the student’s financial need and outlines an intended long-term career path.

Complete application guidelines and scholarship details are available through the Michael Shah Academic Scholarship Campaign’s official website, located here.

About Michael Shah

Michael K Shah is a real estate developer and the founder of Delshah Capital, a commercial real estate firm which specializes in acquiring, developing, and managing real estate and real estate backed loans in and around New York City. At Delshah Capital, Shah oversees all aspects of company operations. This includes acquisitions, legal strategy, property management, and asset management.
Founded in 2006, Delshah Capital, LLC is a vertically integrated New York City-based real estate private equity and asset management firm that invests in real estate equity, and debt investments.

Since inception, Delshah has consistently achieved superior risk-adjusted returns at all points in the market cycle by targeting and investing in real estate, where assets or capital inefficiencies create the opportunity to add significant value.

Delshah utilizes a fundamental, value-driven approach towards its investment’s and has expertise in identifying, structuring and managing real estate investments on behalf of institutional clients and for its principal account.

Delshah’s entrepreneurial culture and emphasis on detailed fundamental market research and data, allows the ability to quickly adapt as market cycles mature, while keeping an eye towards new opportunists to create value and to continue to achieve superior risk-adjusted returns. For more information, please go to: https://www.delshah.com/news/

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How Do We Care For The Nation?

Eric J. Hall

Spiritual Care Association CEO: When overall picture seems big & hopeless, it is possible to find glimmers of meaning & purpose, to take steps toward healing

I believe the nation has a fundamental longing for change, transformation, and growth that can be best understood existentially.”

— The Rev. Dr. Eric J. Hall

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — "I've been wondering lately what we might learn if we looked at the nation as if it were a patient, a person diagnosed and receiving care. What understanding might we glean from a spiritual and clinical care perspective on our nation's current ills?" asked The Rev. Eric J. Hall, CEO of Spiritual Care Association and HealthCare Chaplaincy Network.

He continued, "On the surface, we see issues of racism, the economy, and the coronavirus pandemic roiling the body of our nation. Any one of these would be incredibly challenging to address, but all three raging across the country at the same time put us in new, uncharted territory. I hear a lot of talk about ways we should be dealing with this to 'fix' the problems, as if there were some magical cure that somehow would return life back to normal, however that might be defined. The present moment calls for a much deeper reflection on the painful birthing process our nation is going through.

"When a person arrives in the ER for treatment, we need to do more than stop the bleeding and control the pain. We need to discover the unaddressed undercurrents that contribute to the conditions we are trying to fix. Underlying the surface of our present national malaise, bigger systemic forces might be at work. The fundamentals of life that many of us took for granted have been shaken. We thought the economy was solid and would continue to do well. We believed we had made much progress on issues of race, equality, and social justice. We were confident that our government and our national healthcare infrastructure would protect us from the ravages we saw the new virus causing in other countries around the world. Painfully this is not so.

"Our nation has received a massive, traumatic blow to body, mind, and spirit. But before we can fix what is broken, we may need to begin to heal where we can. I believe the nation has a fundamental longing for change, transformation, and growth that can be best understood existentially. COVID-19 has exposed our basic human frailty in ways many of us have never experienced before. We are all aware that we're going to die some day, but our spirits have likely never been afflicted by such a constant barrage of sickness, death, and dying.

"How can we begin to heal? Is it even possible to talk about healing when we can't agree on what needs to be fixed? In healthcare, there's a model for finding healing in the face of illness we cannot fix: palliative care. When patients are afflicted with chronic, life-limiting conditions, palliative care teams come along side to help them tease out and reconnect with the fundamental human values that make life worth living. Values like hope, meaning, a sense of purpose, reconciliation of relationships, and absolution from guilt. Attending to these issues in a patient's life can bring healing of mind and spirit when curing of the physical body is not possible.

"If our nation were a patient who showed up in the ER, battered and bruised, angry and anxious, jobless and afraid, sick with a long list of chronic ailments, clearly in existential crisis, how might the wisdom of a palliative approach to care inform our treatment options? When the overall picture seems too big and hopeless, is it possible we can still find some glimmers of meaning and purpose, to take some small steps towards healing?

"I believe we can. Author Henri Nouwen shows us a way when he writes, 'The more I think about the human suffering in our world and my desire to offer a healing response, the more I realize how crucial it is not to allow myself to become paralyzed by feelings of helplessness and guilt. More important than ever is to be very faithful to my vocation to do well the few things I am called to do and hold on to the joy and peace they bring me. I must resist the temptation to let the forces of darkness pull me into despair and make me one more of their many victims.'"

Reverend Eric J. Hall, DTh, APBCC, is President and Chief Executive Officer of HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, Inc. and the Spiritual Care Association. He is also Chancellor of the University of Theology and Spirituality. Hall serves as pastor of the Eastchester Presbyterian Church and the Lincoln Academy for early childhood learning. Formerly, he was the founder, President and CEO of the Alzheimer's Foundation of America. He can be reached at EJHall@SpiritualCareAssociation.org.

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HVAC Explained – Local heating & air conditioning company explains how HVAC works and its history

Local Bucks County, PA HVAC repair, and maintenance company, H.T.R. Mechanical LLC explains how HVAC systems work and its breif history.

MORRISVILLE, PA, US, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Are you a new homeowner? Someone in the market for an HVAC system? A curious researcher looking for some HVAC basics? Well, you’ve come to the right article! The Bucks County, PA local HVAC company, HTR Mechanical, LLC., revealed the answers to your HVAC questions! Many new homeowners might be wondering what an HVAC system is and how does it work. As a company that likes to keep its customers informed, HTR Mechanical, LLC was more than happy to provide information for anyone who needs it.

What does HVAC stand for?​ HVAC is an acronym for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. Heating may include appliances like water heaters, furnaces, boilers, and such, while air conditioning includes mini ductless splits, air scrubbers, and commercial AC. Ventilation refers to vents, duct-work, and so on. Together with heating, ventilation, and air conditioning make up your whole HVAC system. Their purpose is moving air, throughout your home or office, between the indoors and outdoors. Moreover, this circulates the air to keep it fresh but also allows for the air to be heated or cooled so everyone in the building is comfortable. Thus, it goes without saying that ventilation moves the air, the heater will warm the air and the air conditioner will cool the air.

What is HVAC System?

HVAC systems have the job of warming or cooling spaces but also improving indoor air quality so everyone in the home or office is comfortable. The ventilation system is responsible for bringing fresh air from outside into the indoors. Additionally, there are two methods of ventilation, natural and mechanical. Natural ventilation, which most homes can utilize, refers to air moving in and out of the building via windows, doors, vents, and other openings. Mechanical ventilation uses duct-work and other similar setups to move outdoor air, inside. This is also how air can be filtered, warmed, and cooled all year round. When air is brought in it will go through a filter that catches dust, allergens, and other particles. Then, depending on the actual room temperature and what your thermostat is set to the air will be moved to the heater or air conditioner before being pushed fully inside and in the room. Because of this, filters are very important to the maintenance of any HVAC system and air scrubbers can be installed for even cleaner air quality.

When was HVAC invented?

The first modern air conditioning system was invented in 1902 by an engineer named Willis Carrier. He built this version to combat humidity in a printing company building.   Although, other versions existed before that. For example, the Massachusetts Medical Building is regarded as the first U.S. building to have central heat and that was in the year 1816. Despite that, central heating didn't become common until the 1950s. While having air conditioning was also commonplace in the 1950s, central air didn't really become the norm till the 1970s.

HTR Mechanical, LLC was even nice enough to provide some tips for maintaining your HVAC.
1. Your Heating and Air Conditioning should get yearly maintenance in order to stay in great shape!
2. The best time for heating maintenance is in Fall. On the other hand, AC maintenance is best done in Spring.
3. Change your air filters regularly, which is about every 60 to 90 days.
4. If possible use a programmable thermostat because it helps save on energy costs.
5. Use the lowest temperature setting in winter or highest temperature setting in summer that is still comfortable to save even more on energy costs.
6. Make sure your home or office is sealed from drafts.
7. Using window treatments can greatly help in controlling the temperature.
8. Make sure you have the best, most efficient system for your home.

HTR Mechanical, LLC hopes this information is helpful to those first-time homeowners who needed some guidance regarding their HVAC system. If local to the Bucks County, PA area, and are in need of HVAC expertise, know that you can reach out to HTR Mechanical, LLC.

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Proyachts Yacht Charters Offers Safe Social Distancing

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Yacht charter cleaning and sanitized

Coronavirus outbreak has created vast uncertainty in the yacht charter industry. Proyachts will do its best to get back to yachts charters and boat rentals.

PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN, July 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — The global Coronavirus outbreak has had a profound impact on the travel industry, particularly in the superyacht industry. The spread of the COVID-19 outbreak has stalled the yacht charter and boat rental market. In order to qualify the health requirements for yacht charter post-COVID 19, Proyachts charters, one of the reliable companies for yachts in Mallorca and yachts in Ibiza, will carry out its yachts charter business under applicable health protocols.

As the Spain government reopened the country for tourism and reduced the travel restrictions, luxury yacht charter businesses in Palma de Mallorca also prepared themselves to welcome international tourists while still implementing applicable health protocols. Mr. Jaime Salom, the Proyachts Yacht Charters representative, said, “We are excited and welcome of the reopening of the tourism sector in Spain. By implementing a regulated health protocol, we hope to always keep our customers' health and comfort.” Proyachts is a prominent yacht charters and boat rentals that implement health protocols such as social distancing and perform charters’ boats are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. By maintaining its rental fleets' cleanliness, the company strives to provide the best service and excellent hospitality to its customers.

Proyachts is a luxury yacht charters and boat rentals company that serves Balearic islands and its surrounding areas. The company specializes in providing a wide range of yachts and boat types. They include luxury motor yachts, powerboats, catamarans, sailing boats, and gulets. The customers can choose from 10 meters to 47 meters long yachts. It also depends on the number of passengers, sailing destinations, and budgets.

Proyachts, yacht charter company provides its service on Balearic islands in the Eastern of Spain, a part of the Mediterranean Sea. The Balearic Islands is well-known for its beautiful beaches, landscape, people, and climate.

About Proyachts
Proyachts is a professional luxury yachts charters company in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. The company has been in yacht charters and boat rentals for more than 12 years. It connects yachts owners with charterers and arranging itinerary as well as providing yachts/boat crews and assisting its guests during the charter time. The company serves areas including Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Catalonia, Valencia, and Marbella. For more information and booking, please call +34 678756118 / +34 679654804 or visit https://pro-yachts.com/en/.

Jaime Salom
Proyachts
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