Formgivaren Lotta Kühlhorn vinner Best Design av kokböcker i Sverige 2017

Gourmand Awards har utsett Sveriges bästa formgivare av kokböcker 2017. Den internationella juryn, med ordförande och grundare Edouard Cointreau har tillsammans med Pelle Agorelius, som Gourmand Awards representant i Sverige, och Ewa Kumlin, VD på Svensk Form, valt kokboken AZUR och formgivaren Lotta Kühlhorn till vinnare av kategorin Best Design i Sverige 2017.

Concerto “Aspettando il Natale” iniziativa di beneficenza ad opera dei volontari de La via della felicità

Si terrà martedì 19 dicembre la festa di beneficenza “Aspettando il Natale” ospitata dalla Chiesa di Scientology di Padova, con un prestigioso concerto del Pianista  Andrea La Rosa e il canante Raffaele Gelsomino.

Come tradizione, in occasione delle festività natalizie, i volontari de LA VIA DELLA FELICITA’ stanno raccogliendo doni da parte dei cittadini, negozianti e aziende, che verranno consegnati prima di Natale a diversi sindaci della provincia, amministratori e responsabili di associazioni padovane, affinché li facciano arrivare alle famiglie che necessitano aiuto nella comunità. Quest’anno l’iniziativa ha visto anche una forte collaborazione tra i volontari e negozianti dell’associazione Nuova Arcella e di Pontevigodarzere.

Durante il fine settimana i volontari passeranno dai negozianti e ai diversi mercati di Padova e provincia a ritirare ancora doni che verranno imbustati e consegnati a partire da Martedì 19 dicembre.

Per il pubblico stan venendo distribuire anche copie gratuite dell’opuscolo La via della felicità di L. Ron Hubbard, una guida la buon senso a cui i volontari si sono ispirati per la realizzazione dell’evento di beneficenza. 

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Help Fuel the Sleigh this Christmas to ensure all Young Cancer Patients in Hospital Receive a Special Gift from Youth Cancer Charity

Sunday 17 December, 2017Fuel the Sleigh is the Christmas gift campaign from The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust which aims to provide special gifts to all young cancer patients in hospital at Christmas by collecting donations and gifts. Approximately 500 young people aged between 13 and 24, will be spending Christmas in hospital this year, away from family and friends; so the charity is ensuring that gifts will be delivered to the 45 hospitals throughout the UK and Ireland that take care of young cancer patients to make sure each one receives something special. The young patients may have to travel far away from home to receive treatment in one of the 45 hospitals supported by The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust and therefore away from the familiar comfort of home. The charity aims to make their Christmas as merry as possible with the annual Christmas gift campaign by showing that they are not alone in their fight. The trust needs your help with kind donations for gifts for young people with cancer aged between 13 and 24. To make a financial donation text FUEL45 followed by the amount you wish to donate to 70070. You can help The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust make a big difference to a young cancer patient’s Christmas by donating today. This year’s campaign is in memory of Clinton Stringer, the charity’s treasured and very much missed Father Christmas. Clinton had volunteered for the charity for a number of years and had been instrumental in promoting the gift campaign and collected hundreds and hundreds of selection boxes; which he donated to the LCYCT gift campaign, as well as many other charities and community organisations in his local area. Clinton sadly lost his battle with lung cancer in July and this year’s campaign is dedicated to him. The Trust Manager, Pam Thornes commented, “This is the eleventh year the charity has run its Christmas gift campaign and it is an emotional rollercoaster because of the kindness and generosity demonstrated by members of the public for the appeal, teamed with the knowledge that many of these young patients are in the fight for their lives. This year’s campaign is especially emotional because it is dedicated to our dear friend and supporter Clinton Stringer.” The charity will be fundraising and holding events in the run-up to Christmas, as well as collecting gifts from shoppers and members of the public. Companies, organisations and individuals can get involved in other ways. Organisations or individuals can Dedicate a Christmas Tree, whether at home or at work, dedicate your Christmas tree to The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust and add a special gift tag that represents a gift for a young patient. The charity’s gift campaign is only made possible each year by the incredible generosity of individuals and organisations, making sure each young patient in hospital receives a gift at Christmas. Nicky the Youth Support Coordinator on a teenage cancer ward said: “Christmas is a tough time for our teenagers and their families especially if they are on the ward during this time and away from their extended family and friends. We always try our best to make it as special as we can and with your help again this was a success. The gifts you send are very much appreciated by all and we cannot thank you enough.” The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust urges you to join the fight against teenage cancer and help give a young person in hospital a very special Christmas gift. For more information about the campaign and how to get involved, visit -Ends- For further information and images please contact Helen or Katie at the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust on 01484 510013 or Notes to Editors: Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust: Cancer is the most common form of non-accidental death in teenagers and young adults in the UK. Every day in the UK seven young people (aged between 13 and 24) are diagnosed with cancer. The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust (LCYCT) is a local charity with national reach that supports 13 – 24 year olds during and after their fight with cancer. The Trust raises money to fund medical and social research into cancers that affect the 13-24-year-old age group and provides support mechanisms, such as technology, to remove feelings of isolation and improve time spent on hospital wards for young cancer patients and reinforce their fight.The Trust provides grants to young cancer patients to provide equipment or activities that improve their quality of life during and after cancer and its treatments.To Trust works with 45 hospitals across the UK, as well as collaboratively with other organisations to reach young cancer patients that need support. The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust was founded by the late Jacquie Roeder not long after her daughter Laura died of cancer in 1996, as a lasting legacy to someone who lived life to the full. The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust runs National Youth Against Cancer Week to raise awareness of cancer in young people and raise funds to help fight cancer in teenagers and young adults Follow us on Twitter @lauracranetrustRegistered charity number 1138003

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Inventor Develops Decal Kit for Cheerleaders (FRO-524)

“I came up with a design that supports cheerleaders in the same way that people show support for major sports teams. Now you can support cheerleaders in an attention-getting fashion too!” said an inventor from Avenal, Calif. “I came up with this kit in order to help everyone be able to express their support for cheerleaders.”

He created a prototype for the SUPPORT THE CHEERLEADERS to offer an effective way to show support for cheerleaders. The decals serve as conversation pieces and add a decorative element to a motor vehicle. They are designed to be easy to put on. The decals features a distinctive appearance that garners attention. Additionally, the kit is ideal for anyone who supports cheerleaders.

The original design was submitted to the Fresno office of InventHelp. It is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information, write Dept. 16-FRO-524, InventHelp, 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. Learn more about InventHelp’s Invention Submission Services at -

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THE GAME CHANGER Provides Concussion Protection (NWO-102)

PITTSBURGH…An inventor from Zachary, La., suffered two concussions when he played college football, and he knows the serious danger of concussions all football players face during every game. “Inspired by God, I decided to design a better helmet that helps prevent concussions,” he said.

THE GAME CHANGER provides extra protection against concussions, which minimizes impact on the head. This helps prevents head and spinal injuries, as well as promotes safety and peace of mind.

Also beneficial to players of any sports that involve helmets, THE GAME CHANGER is ergonomic, durable, effective and easy to use.

The original design was submitted to the New Orleans office of InventHelp. It is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information, write Dept. 16-NWO-102, InventHelp, 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. Learn more about InventHelp’s Invention Submission Services at http://www.InventHelp.com

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New Casinos Product News: Releasing Market Interviews About 2018

New Casinos is launching an interview series with representatives of prominent sites being asked about the plans and expected events on the market in the coming year of 2018. The first interview is with 10 Bet Casino, one of the leading sports betting and online casino sites in the UK.

London, United Kingdom, December 17, 2017 –(– The popular interviews with some of the market’s leading products are back to give game-interested insights into how the casino market will develop in 2018. This year’s interviews of new casino sites is a bit more extensive than the 2017 interviews, including, among other things, how companies perceive that the market will develop and change in the coming year. Several of the companies interviewed are positive to the upcoming licensing changes and predict that there will be more specialization in 2018. Edward Ihre, CEO of Codeta, answers the question of what he thinks will be the big difference next year, “I think we’ll see further specialization and customer focus. After years of operators with the rightly equal range of games, but also similar positioning, advertising and promotions, it will inevitably be that the various operators need to differentiate themselves and prove their consumer eligibility to the consumer.”

Mia Sol Stølen, affiliate manager at 10 Bet, explains about their expansion plans in the beginning of 2018. “10 Bet will soon open the doors to Indian players, and we’re also preparing to enter the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) and Japanese markets in 2018,” she says. Like last year, companies are questioning new and innovative payment methods and game developers. The interviews end each time with a question about the number of new casinos to be released in 2018. Bruno Berlafa from the recently released High Roller and the now established Kaboo, was the one who scored the best last year with a guess of between 150-200 new sites released in 2017. All new interviews will be visible in the news section at and they can also be found at the overview page about casino trends for 2018.

Note: This is a product news release. The media releases can be found at & has been a part of Catena Media since 25th of May, 2017 and focuses on reviews of new casino brands worldwide.

Contrast Media Injectors Market Predicted To Reach US$886.7 mn By 2020

Global Contrast Media Injectors Market Projected to be worth US$886.7 mn by 2020 Transparency Market Research (TMR) has announced the release of a new market study based on the global contrast media injectors market. According to the study, the market for contrast media injectors is growing at a CAGR of 5% from 2014 to 2020. The report focuses on the […]

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