American BioTech Supply donates refrigerators to Denver Health
DENVER — A safety-net healthcare organization in Colorado got a donation of four new vaccine refrigerators at the end of a recent trade show there.
Summerville, S.C.-based American BioTech Supply announced the donation to Denver Health at the conclusion of the 2012 National Association of Chain Drug Stores’ Pharmacy & Technology Conference, which took place in Denver from Aug. 26 to 28. Denver Health provides healthcare services to 25% of all Denver residents, or about 150,000 people, and the organization serves one-in-three children in the city.
ABS president Greg Deutschmann presented the refractors to Denver Health outpatient pharmacy director Jason Atlas and assistant director of outpatient pharmacy Shelia Beurket.
Cesar launches Savory Delights
FRANKLIN, Tenn. — Cesar has launched new canine meals that feature ingredient combinations and unique toppings.
The new Savory Delights lineup includes such flavors as: filet mignon flavor with bacon and potato; porterhouse steak flavor with peas and carrots; rosemary chicken flavor with spring vegetables; ham and egg flavor with bacon and potato; and rotisserie chicken flavor with bacon and cheese. As part of the launch, Cesar is hosting a weeklong Twitter event called "the #sharethejoy 10,000 Savory Delights Twitter giveaway." Starting Sept. 5, for each tweet that shares why dog owners love their four-legged family member so much and includes the hashtag #sharethejoy in their message to Cesar’s Twitter handle, @CesarCuisine, Cesar said it will send each participating tweeter two complimentary Savory Delights meals.
"At Cesar, we are committed to making every meal a one-of-a-kind dining experience for the dogs we love," said Denise Truelove, brand manager for Cesar Canine Cuisine. "We know dog lovers want to provide the very best for their canine companions, and with the launch of new Savory Delights, we wanted to provide a different option for mealtime along with a chance to share the joy with fellow dog lovers via our exciting Twitter giveaway of 10,000 meals."
Gaiam debuts DVDs for yoga enthusiasts
NEW YORK — Gaiam has released two new fitness DVDs centered around yoga.
"Rodney Yee’s Core Centered Yoga" teaches users to have a better appreciation and awareness of their body, using the concept of opposition to strengthen underutilized areas and balance out others that they use habitually, as well as increase strength, flexibility, and coordination. Yogi Rodney Yee demonstrates how making small adjustments to body placement and positioning during an individual’s yoga practice, as well as performing opposing motions, can lead to a more balanced and centered body and mind.
The DVD features five different workouts, plus a downloadable meditation practice. "Rodney Yee’s Core Centered Yoga" has an approximate runtime of 50 minutes and a suggested retail price of $14.98.
In related news, Gaiam also has released Maya Fiennes’ "Yoga for Real Life." Fiennes’ yoga is based on the discipline, Kundalini yoga, which is a practice that fully engages the mind, body, and spirit, focusing on health and healing to improve the body through the use of its own energy.
Maya Fiennes’ "Yoga for Real Life" has an approximate runtime of 60 minutes and a suggested retail price of $14.98.