Fucoidan (Mozuku, Mekabu & Fucus) may help prevent male human papillomavirus (HPV) by Dr. Susana Trujillo

Male human papillomavirus (HPV) infection significantly contributes to infection and subsequent cervical disease in women.

As the immune system is the first line of defense against HPV, boosting it can help fight off the virus naturally. Fucoidan has been shown to increase the likelihood of clearing HPV.”

— Dr. Susana Trujillo

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Male human papillomavirus (HPV) infection significantly contributes to infection and subsequent cervical disease in women.1,9 Several studies of women with cervical cancer and their husbands have shown that men's sexual behavior affects women's risk of cervical neoplasia (neoplasia is a type of abnormal and excessive growth of tissue), even when controlling for female sexual activity. In areas with a high incidence of cervical cancer, men's sexual behavior is a risk factor for cervical neoplasia.2,3,10 More recently, studies have shown that HPV contributes to men's burden of diseases such prostate and oropharyngeal cancers and genital warts. Therefore, it is important to recognize the growing interest in understanding HPV infection in men and to learn about new alternative and natural ways to prevent it. Fucoidan, a natural polysaccharide obtained from brown seaweeds (Mozuku, Mekabu and Fucus), has demonstrated to have anti-HPV activities and can be used as an alternative for the prevention of HPV.

Fucoidan, particularly obtained from Mozuku, Mekabu and Fucus, is one of the most commonly used natural products with anti-HPV activities that can emerge as potential treatments for different types of cancer because it contains polysaccharides, phytochemicals and isolated active compounds.

As in the cervix, HPV can be found frequently in samples obtained from the anus and male genitals. Approximately 20% of men have HPV DNA detected in the anogenital (including coronal, shaft, scrotum and anal) area. This wide range is due in part to the difficulty in obtaining adequate samples from the genitals of men. 3,4,5 In men who have sex with men, the prevalence of anal HPV is much higher. The highest prevalence can be found in HIV-infected homosexual men with a prevalence of over 90% in the anus. Anal HPV infections are also common in adolescent and adult women with rates ranging from 13% to 50%. As in men, the highest prevalence of anal HPV in women is found in those who are HIV-infected.6,7

The most common risk associated with detection of HPV in the anogenital area in heterosexual men is the number of lifetime sexual partners. However, unlike women, older men are as likely as younger men to be HPV-infected. This is true whether the men are heterosexual or homosexual. The reasons for this difference may be that men do not develop adequate immune responses to maintain protection. Studies have shown that at all ages the antibody levels are lower for men than for women. Alternatively, men may be having more new sex partners than women.8,10

Fucoidan derived from brown seaweeds (Mozuku, Mekabu and Fucus) has shown to have a variety of bioactivities such as antitumor, antiviral, anticoagulant, antioxidant, immuno-inflammatory effects and other medicinal properties. The studies on the antiviral actions of Fucoidan are increasing interests in the research areas, particularly its anti-HPV properties. Fucoidan can either inhibit the replication of virus through interfering viral life cycle or improve the host antiviral immune responses to accelerate the process of viral clearance. The life cycle of viruses differs greatly between species but there are six basic stages in the life cycle of viruses: viral adsorption, viral penetration, uncoating of capsids, biosynthesis, viral assembly and viral release. Fucoidan can inhibit viral life cycle at different stages or directly inactivate virions before virus infection. Specific antiviral mechanism of Fucoidan is commonly related to specific structure features of the polysaccharide.

As the immune system is the first line of defense against HPV, boosting it can help fight off the virus naturally. Fucoidan has been shown to increase the likelihood of clearing HPV. The best Fucoidan is obtained from the brown seaweeds Mozuku, Mekabu and Fucus. It is suggested to take Fucoidan that includes beta-glucans to get the best results. In conclusion, Fucoidan, especially obtained from Mozuku, Mekabu and Fucus, has many advantages, such as broad spectrum of antiviral properties and low cytotoxicity, which suggest that Fucoidan is a promising antivirals extract that can be used alone or in combination with other ingredients like beta-glucans.

References:
1. Frenkl T, Potts J. Sexually transmitted diseases. In: Wein A. Campbell-Walsh Urology. Philadelphia, PA: Saunders; 2007 : 371-385.
2. Frisch M, Glimelius B, van den Brule AJ, et al. Sexually transmitted infection as a cause of anal cancer. N Engl J Med. 1997;337(19):1350-1358.
3. Walboomers JM, Jacobs MV, Manos MM, et al. Human papillomavirus is a necessary cause of invasive cervical cancer worldwide. J Pathol. 1999;189(1):12-19.
4. Kulasingam SL, Hughes JP, Kiviat NB, et al. Evaluation of human papillomavirus testing in primary screening for cervical abnormalities: comparison of sensitivity, specificity, and frequency of referral. JAMA. 2002;288(14):1749-1757.
5. Schneider A, Kirchmayr R, De Villiers EM, Gissmann L. Subclinical human papillomavirus infection in male sexual partners of female carriers. J Urol. 1988;140(6):1431-1434.
6. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. HPV and men. CDC Fact Sheet. http://www.cdc.gov/std/HPV/STDFact-HPV-and-men.htm. Accessed September 5, 2009.
7. Dunne EF, Nielson CM, Stone KM, Markowitz LE, Giuliano AR. Prevalence of HPV infection among men: a systematic review of the literature. J Infect Dis. 2006;194(8):1044-1057.

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Fucoidan (Mozuku, Mekabu & Fucus) may help prevent human papillomavirus (HPV) in adolescents by Dr. Susana Trujillo

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infects about 14 million people, including teens, each year.

Fucoidan’s anti-HPV and anti-cancer properties have the potential to treat both unapparent HPV infection as well as visible clinical diseases. ”

— Dr. Susana Trujillo

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Human papillomavirus (HPV) infects about 14 million people, including teens, each year. While most HPV infections go away on their own, infections that don’t go away can lead to certain types of cancer. Every year, 32,500 men and women develop a cancer caused by HPV. HPV vaccination could prevent more than 90% of these cancers from ever developing. 1 Still, it is important to note that there are natural alternatives that have been shown to prevent HPV. One of these innovative natural ingredients is known as Fucoidan and it is mainly obtained from the brown seaweeds Mozuku, Mekabu and Fucus.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination can lead to substantial reductions in the incidence of HPV infection and HPV-related diseases, including anogenital cancers and genital warts. The introduction of the HPV vaccine in 2006 and the subsequent use of the vaccine in 2008 created opportunities to counter the existing HPV disease burden.2 Given the high rates of HPV infection that occur shortly after the initiation of sex and the vaccine's ability to prevent infection only prior to exposure, HPV vaccination has been particularly targeted to young adolescents. Routine vaccination with either the vaccine has been recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP) for adolescent females ages 11-12, with catch-up vaccination for young women 13-26 years of age. However, years after the vaccine was introduced, at least half of the target population of adolescent females had not initiated HPV vaccination.9

The CDC reported that many adolescents do not get vaccinated because of lack of HPV knowledge, perception of daughter's risk for HPV acquisition, belief in vaccination benefits, degree of concern about vaccine side effects, child's age, social influences, concern regarding post-vaccination sexual disinhibition, physician's recommendation, and parent's personal exposure to HPV infection.3,4 Considering the morbidity and mortality associated with HPV disease as well as the disproportionately high HPV disease burden in minority and uninsured women within the United States, it is crucial that we continue to provide new options available for adolescents to protect their body from HPV infections.6 Therefore, it is essential to find new alternatives that can provide adolescents a natural option, like Fucoidan, for them to prevent HPV and to enhance their immune system to fight the infection.8

Current research for natural products to be applied in medicine and to promote health has put some emphasis in research on brown seaweeds like Fucoidan. Extensive literature on the health benefits of Fucoidan and its uses has been published since the last decade. However, comparatively, there are only a handful of research papers on Fucoidan and its anti-HPV function. Still, all these studies related to Fucoidan and its anti-HPV properties is very promising.
Fucoidan from brown seaweeds possess good antiviral and anti-tumor activities and some of them have been developed into novel antiviral agents. Fucoidan is a term used to define polysaccharides containing l-fucose found in brown seaweed (Mozuku, Mekabu and Fucus) and the structures of Fucoidan may vary among species and sometimes among different parts of the seaweed. In studies, Fucoidan showed significant anti-cancer and anti-HPV properties.

HPV vaccination provides a strong potential to improve public health by decreasing HPV–related anogenital cancers and genital warts. Despite the increase in vaccination rates, half of the target population continues to remain unvaccinated and completion rates lag in those populations that are at highest risk for HPV disease morbidity. However, improved understanding of the reasons chosen for non-vaccination, including vaccine safety and provider non-recommendation may delay the effort for increase in vaccination rates. Recognizing that timing of HPV vaccination is important and it is recommended prior to sexual exposure, continued alternatives are highly needed to help adolescents prevent additional diseases like cancer.7 It is important to educate adolescents about the importance of having a strong immune system. According to the CDC, the body's immune system clears HPV from 90 percent of individuals who have it within two years. Keeping your immune system healthy can aid the body in getting rid of HPV and Fucoidan is one of the best options to enhance it.9

In summary, Fucoidan’s anti-HPV and anti-cancer properties have the potential to treat both unapparent HPV infection as well as visible clinical diseases. Besides that, Fucoidan has many advantages, such as low toxicity, convenience to ingest and bioavailability, which suggests that Fucoidan may reduce or regulate HPV infection and related cancers.

References:

1. Forman D, de Martel C, Lacey CJ, et al. Global burden of human papillomavirus and related diseases. Vaccine. 2012;30(suppl 5): F12–F23.
2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Number of HPV associated cancer cases per year. Available at: https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/hpv/statistics/cases.htm. Accessed August 10, 2017.
3. Saraiya M, Unger ER, Thompson TD, et al. US assessment of HPV types in cancers: implications for current and 9-valent HPV vaccines. J Natl Cancer Inst. 2015; 107: djv086.
4. Schiller JT, Castellsague X, Garland SM. A review of clinical trials of human papillomavirus prophylactic vaccines. Vaccine. 2012;30(suppl 5): F123–F138.
5. Markowitz LE, Dunne EF, Saraiya M, et al. Human papillomavirus vaccination: recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). MMWR Recomm Rep. 2014; 63:1–30.
6. Petrosky E, Bocchini JA Jr, Hariri S, et al. Use of 9-valent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine: updated HPV vaccination recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2015; 64:300–304.
7. Markowitz LE, Dunne EF, Saraiya M, et al. Quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccine: recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). MMWR Recomm Rep. 2007; 56:1–24.
8. Kroger AT, Atkinson WL, Marcuse EK, et al., Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). General recommendations on immunization: recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) (errata in: 2006; 55:1303, Pediatrics 2007;119:1008 and 2007;56:256). MMWR Recomm Rep. 2006; 55:1–48.
9. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). FDA licensure of bivalent human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV2, Cervarix) for use in females and updated HPV vaccination recommendations from the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP). MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep.

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Author and Coach Vivian Hardison to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Vivian is an exceptional Entrepreneur, certified professional coach, speaker, teacher, mentor, and author of the book: The Benefits of Daily Meditation—Restoring Inner Peace & Balance. She is also the author of the soon to be released books: The Courage to Walk Away—My Journey to Spiritual Freedom, and How You Feel Matters–Life is Supposed to Feel Good.

Vivian states that: “It is part of the human psyche to want to be value and appreciated by others. Hence, many people struggle to impress and to meet the expectation of others. However, that is unachievable because each individual values many different traits. A more achievable goal is to develop what you value without regards to the opinions of others. How you feel and think about yourself is more important than the opinion of another. Until we learn how to go within ourselves to find lasting peace, joy and abundance, we chase an elusive dream, one that can never come to fruition.”

“As an abundant life coach, I work with people who are deeply yearning for so much more out of life than they are actually experiencing,” says Vivian. “One has to undergo a complete transformation of the mind in order to achieve a different level of conscious awareness. Most people are not aware that they are unaware that they are asleep. They live from a basic level of human existence of awareness based on the five senses of hearing, tasting, touching seeing and feeling. Few ever become aware of the fact that what they intrinsically long for exist at a higher state of awareness that can only be obtained when they go within for answers. It does not emanate outside in other sources.”

According to Vivian, we have been trained since infancy to care more about what others think of us. We have forgotten that we were all born with our own individual wisdom that supports out highest good. Through the power of thought, we create everything we experience in life whether we do so deliberately or not.

“We are unarguably disconnected from our inner source of creation because we lack higher conscience awareness,” says Vivian. “Through my coaching practice, meditation techniques and interactive exercises, I help clients ‘wake up’ and reconnect to their inner wisdom which holds their inner peace, lasting joy, emotional balance and abundance. We each have the power to be ‘change agents’ of ourselves and the planet.”

Our emotions are what Vivian calls “the language of your soul.” This language is intuitive and literally recognizes what you sincerely aspire for and she teaches people how to use their emotions to access and tap into its creative power.

“Although we have a conscience mind it is our subconscious mind that is meant to fulfill our desires,” says Vivian. “Since everything is energy and as such, has a particular vibrational frequency, the energy of love can only attract love. The energy of fear can only attract a like frequency of fear and not that of love as the frequencies do not match.” Vivian further states that, “emotions emanate from within and whatever is happening inside of us is what we will attract. That’s why it’s essential to feel joy if one wants to experience joyful situations.”

Through Vivian’s extraordinary coaching program, she helps her client change what they want to experience through the practice of mediation and by connecting with nature. These activities will change your perspective and concept of the self. You get to unveil the ‘real you.’ She states that: “When you figure out who you really are, doors will open up and opportunities will appear because you attract like a magnet all these energy forms to your experience.” Vivian further states that, “according to Albert Einstein, this is a natural law that cannot be violated or broken!”

“All humans came to earth to live freely and explore the adventures of life,” says Vivian. “We are supposed to grow through our experiences whether these experiences are viewed as good or bad. Our main purpose is to live life joyfully, freely, and abundantly.”

Vivian affirms there is nothing you cannot attain that the universe can’t deliver. Tapping into your passion will bring you ultimate bliss. Vivian reminds us to be mindful that if, for example, we believe and thus feel that we are not worthy, our subconscious mind will do everything to make sure we have experiences that will mirror the feeling of unworthiness. This is an infallible natural law.

“Collectively, we all have the power to heal the planet by first achieving individual inner peace and balance,” says Vivian. “By first learning to make peace within ourselves, we can then do the same with others. Without inner peace there can be no outer peace. When we learn to do this and obey the natural laws governing the universe we can fulfill our dreams. We can achieve World Peace in the process. Life is supposed to feel good and if yours isn’t, then you absolutely have the power to change that.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Vivian Hardison in an interview with Jim Masters on Tuesday December 4th at 2 pm EST and on Tuesday December 11th at 2 pm EST with Doug Lewellyn.

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போராடி மடிந்த மாவீரர்கள் விட்டுச் சென்ற வழித்தடங்கள் இலக்கை வெளிப்படுத்தியுள்ளது​: பிரதமர் உருத்திரகுமாரன்

"தமிழீழ மக்கள் சிங்கள அழிப்புக்குள்ளாகாமல் பாதுகாப்பாக வாழ முடியும் என்ற தொலை நோக்கில் மாவீரர்கள் களமாடினார்கள்"

NEW YORK, USA, November 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ —

தனி தமிழீழ அரசு ஒன்றே தமிழீழ மக்களின் தேசிய பிரச்சனைக்கு தீர்வு என உறுதி கொண்டு எம் வீரர்கள் போராடினார்கள் என்று நாடுகடந்த தமிழீழ அரசாங்கத்தின் பிரதமர் வீ . உருத்திரகுமாரன் தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.

தமிழ் மக்களின் உரிமைகளுக்காக ஆயுதம் ஏந்தி போராடி உயிர்நீத்த போராளிகளை நினைவுகூறும் மாவீரர் தினம் தமிழர் தாயகம் மற்றும் புலம்பெயர் தேசமெங்கும் நேற்று உணர்வுபூர்வமாக அனுஷ்ட்டிக்கப்பட்டது.

அந்தவகையில், நியூ யோர்கில் நேற்று இடம்பெற்ற மாவீரர் தின நிகழ்வில் கலந்து கொண்டு உரையாற்றும் போதே அவர் இவ்வாறு கூறியுள்ளார்.

தொடர்ந்தும் கருது வெளியிட்டுள்ள அவர்.

தமிழீழ மக்கள் சிங்கள அழிப்புக்குள்ளாகாமல் பாதுகாப்பாக வாழ முடியும் என்ற தொலை நோக்கில் மாவீரர்கள் களமாடினார்கள்.

இன்று மாவீரர்கள் விட்டுச் சென்ற வழித்தடங்கள் நாம் சென்றடைய வேண்டிய இலக்கை வெளிப்படுத்தியுள்ளதாகவும் அவர் தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.

இறுதியுத்தத்தில் முள்ளிவாய்க்கால் இன அழிப்பின் பின்னர் அனுஷ்டிக்கப்பட்டு வரும் மாவீரர் நிகழ்வை அழித்து ஒழித்துவிட சிங்கள அரசு பாரிய முயற்சி மேற்கொண்டு வந்தது.

சிங்களவர் மட்டும் அல்ல அனைத்துலக சமூகத்தின் ஒரு பகுதியினரும் அதற்கு முயற்சி செய்துள்ளனர் என்றும் பிரதமர் வீ. உருத்திரகுமாரன் சுட்டிக்காட்டியுள்ளார்.

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Four ArtMattan Films Have Their Theatrical Run at Cinema Village

Friday, Nov. 30 - Dec. 6, 2018 @ Cinema Village

Dr. Mukwege, The Man Who Mends Women directed by Thierry Michel and Colette Braeckman

Tazzeka directed by Jean Phillipe Gaud

No shade directed by Clare Anyiam-Osigwe

Artmattan Film's 26th annual African Diaspora International Film Festival has been running from Nov. 23 and will continue until Dec. 9, 2018.

From Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 the festival will be bringing some of its films to Cinema Village in Greenwich Village, New York.”

— nyadiff.org/

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES , November 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The 26th annual New York African Diaspora International Film Festival (NYADIFF) is well underway in New York City with 61 films playing from 40 countries world wide! Having started on Friday, November 23, 2018, the festival has had screenings showing in Teachers College, Columbia University and MIST Harlem. From Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 the festival will be bringing some of its films to Cinema Village in Greenwich Village, New York.

Here are the films you should look out for:

KINSHASA MAKAMBO
Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 – Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 @ 5:30pm daily
In January 2015, the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila, sought a constitutional amendment that would allow him to be elected president for a third time.

This film documents the resulting demonstrations and follows three protagonists of the resistance. Ben, who lives in exile in New York, takes the advice of his fellow countrymen in exile and decides to join the struggle in the Congo. Jean Marie, who has just been released from prison, continues his public campaign for his country’s freedom and is persecuted by the secret service. Christian fights unperturbed in the streets of Kinshasa, even after former Prime Minister Etienne Tshisekedi, on whom the opposition had pinned their hopes, dies and the movement against Kabila’s extension of his time in office seems paralyzed.

Should one resist in exile, or fight on the ground in the Congo? Should resistance be non-violent or should force be used if required? Filmed throughout with a handheld camera that stays very close to the protagonists, even in precarious conditions, Dieudo Hamadi explores the pros and cons of different forms of resistance.

As of September 2018, general elections are scheduled to be held in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on 23 December 2018, to determine a successor to incumbent President Joseph Kabila.

(Directed by Dieudo Hamadi, 2017, France/Germany/Norway/Qatar/Switzerland, 75 minutes, documentary, French, Lingala with English subtitles.)

THE MAN WHO MENDS WOMEN
Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 – Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 @ 3:10pm daily
2018 Nobel Peace Prize laureate and winner of the Sakharov Prize 2014, Doctor Denis Mukwege is internationally known as the man who has assisted thousands of women who have been sexually assaulted during the 20 years of conflicts in the East of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. However, his endless struggle to put an end to these atrocities and denounce the impunity enjoyed by the perpetrators is not welcome. Threatened with death, Doctor Denis Mukwege now lives cloistered in his hospital in Bukavu. But he is no longer alone in his struggle. The women to whom he has restored physical integrity and dignity, stand beside him, true activists for peace, hungry for justice.

(Directed by Thierry Michel and Colette Braeckman, 2015, Belgium/Congo, 113min, documentary in French, English, Swahil and Mashi with English subtitles.)

NO SHADE
Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 – Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 @ 9:20pm daily
No Shade explores the hardships of the modern dating world through the dysmorphic presence of colorism as well as the fetishization of black women in a way that is tactful and honest. Jade is both effervescent and relatable as a 28 year old single woman of dark complexion who just “can’t seem to get it right,” let alone liberate herself from her unrequited love for the repressive and colorist Danny. The world through her eyes is both a quirky and tumultuous obstacle course of courtship catastrophes and heart-gripping silences. Despite Jade’s line up of Tinder flops and her challenges in the friend-zone, she is easy to engage with and adorable. Jade’s charisma, quirk, beauty, vulnerability and perseverance throughout the film make her a thoughtful heroine with a twist of comedic spunk in the end.
(Directed by Clare Anyiam-Osigwe, 2018, UK, 104 minutes, Romance/Drama, English)

TAZZEKA
Friday, Nov. 30, 2018 – Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018 @ 1:00pm daily
Growing up in the Moroccan village of Tazzeka, Elias learned the secrets of traditional Moroccan cuisine from his grandmother who raised him. Years later, meeting a top Paris chef and a young woman named Salma inspires him to leave home. In Paris, Elias faces unstable work and financial hardship as an undocumented immigrant. But he also finds friendship with Souleymane, who helps revive his passion for cooking.
(Directed by Jean Phillipe Gaud, 2018, France/Morocco, 95 minutes, French, Arabic with English subtitles)

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Chain Open Research Opens (COR Index) Access to a Full Suite of Cryptocurrency Market Analytics

COR Index

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COR INDEX INC (New York, US) has released a platform for in-depth, real-time financial and economic analysis of cryptocurrency.

NEW YORK CITY, US, November 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — COR INDEX INC (NEW YORK, US), a platform of deep analytics tools for financial and economic activity within the cryptocurrency space, opens access to its suite of market and exchange data.

Beside basic indicators, COR now offers a Market Indicators section which features exchange information (data?), quotes, information about price and trade volume based on exchange data in graphs and charts.

This section features all the tools necessary for market analysis:

Average Weighted Exchange Rate
— Analyzes cryptoasset rates in USD, factoring in trading volume and exchange data quotes.
— Calculations are based on trading volume and rates at the time of transaction.

Cryptoasset Volatility
— Displays price change in the analyzed period of time in percentages.
— Shows an coin index based on percentage changes in the average rate for a given cryptoasset.

Share of Cryptoasset in the Entire Cryptoasset Market's Market Cap
— Shows the share of a given cryptoasset in the entire cryptoasset market's market capitalization, expressed in USD.
— Calculations are based on the entire cryptoasset market's market cap and the share of it that a given cryptoasset takes up.

Cryptoasset Trading Volume
— Displays the total number of cryptoasset exchange transactions made in the analyzed period of time.
— Tracks the sum value of cryptoasset exchange transactions made in USD and USDT

Cryptoasset Exchange Volume
— Displays the monetary equivalent of exchange transactions in USD in the analyzed period of time.

All charts and graphs provided by COR feature easy-to-use navigation and offer a clear explanation of the calculations involved in their creation. Each chart features a time filter that allows to change the period of time being analyzed from 1 minute to the maximum timeframe based on the available information.

COR Index has already published its first report on the statistics of the largest crypto exchanges. This is its first report in a series reviewing the main figures and activity dynamics of exchanges, as well as legal info and details about their ownership. A link to the report can be found on COR Index’s Twitter feed.

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Barry Hersko Helps the Homeless in New York

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Barry Hersko is a leader in real estate but his greatest work is what he does for the homeless.

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, USA, November 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — “My partnership with EARP started in 1988,” explained Barry Hersko, property developer and real estate expert. “Especially during the holidays, it’s vital to give back to those in need.”

Since childhood, Barry has always been passionate about serving those less fortunate, which is why partnering with EARP was a logical choice as Barry Hersko became a household name in real estate. The EARP or Emergency Assistance Rental Program began in the late eighties as a response to the growing homeless epidemic in New York, and Barry Hersko knew he had to do something about it.

“To know that I could make a difference by renting out more affordable apartments to those in need was an easy decision,” explained Barry Hersko. “I had to step up and help.”

The Emergency Assistance Rental Program started off small and continued to grow, eventually helping thousands in New York find shelter and begin to rebuild their lives. Rental assistance programs help New Yorkers experiencing homelessness move out of shelters and into stable housing, for many a first-time experience that will change their lives forever. Barry Hersko and many others like him have helped hundreds of thousands of people get the confidence to rebuild their lives, and often are able to find a permanent home. In the eighties, Barry Hersko was one of the first landlords to open his buildings to those in need, starting a trend that has carried on to this very day. As New York City continues to turn the tide on homelessness, it’s in large part due to partners like Barry Hersko to keep the cause going.

The ultimate goal of programs like the one Barry Hersko supports is to provide households with financial assistance in a progressive manner. This type of progressive engagement refers to a strategy of providing small amounts of assistance to help everyone entering into the homeless system. For some, even the smallest amount of assistance is enough to stabilize, but sometimes much more assistance can be offered to those who require it.

Through constant support with the EARP and other organizations like it, Barry Hers continues to give back to those in New York who need it most. To learn more about Barry Hersko and the projects he is working on, click here for more information.

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Dov Bechhofer Breaks Down the Benefits of Smart City Technology

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NEW YORK , NEW YORK, USA, November 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Major cities around the world are adopting new smart tech models and applying innovations to improve the lives of millions of their citizens. Dov Bechhofer, a computer engineer profiling trending tech topics, breaks down smart city technology and how it helps.

A truly “smart city” is one that is uniquely-sustainable with major improvements to available tech and transportation (among other things). A few decades ago, smart cities were a distant daydream courtesy of the leading minds in science fiction. With the rapid advances in tech from the early 2000s to today, smart cities are more tangible and realized than ever.

International cities race each other to announce their improvements at official gatherings and environmental summits each year to become the best, the smartest city. If you’ve seen Citi Bikes around town or new digital kiosks then you’ve seen this movement in action. Dov Bechhofer mentions that free public wifi hotspots are another sign that a city is moving towards a more user-friendly and tech savvy environment.

Some of the smart city upgrades currently under discussion include public transportation, improved 5G capability, integration of the Internet of Things (IoT), tech-savvy meters, more sensitive light sensors and more. The idea is to improve energy use, lower carbon emissions, make transportation seamless, incorporate smart technology in POS––essentially doing what we can to make use of new tech while seeking out more energy-efficient ways of using it.

“We’re trying to make things easier for the public, improving their overall experience by incorporating all our cool new tech. We’re also improving the way all our activities affect the environment,” says Dov Bechhofer.

Smart City Tech Upgrades

They come in a range of shapes and sizes, but engineers and developers in major cities have had their hands full with mostly these smart city upgrades:

Public Transportation –– In large urban centers, it can become burdensome and expensive to try and keep up with a personal means of transportation. Many cities have buses and subways (or trams and streetcars), and today’s engineers seek out new ways of linking our smartphones to these lines of transportation. Already, people can find accurate wait times and pay for trip fare off applications on their phones. Consider how companies like Uber and Lyft are already changing the way we travel around our cities with the help of our smartphones.

Dov Bechhofer foresees monorails and more sophisticated trains and subway lines in the near future, and he guarantees they will make use of our personal devices.

Artificial Intelligence ––– Making processes seamless and automated will hopefully draw in and retain more customers, boosting business. This means more automated checkout lines, more smartphone ordering, and less interaction between customers and employees. Artificial intelligence may even spread over into public transportation soon, as buses and train lines (and potentially even cars/taxis) could be programmed to drive themselves.

Improved 5G and Public Wifi –– Whatever the future holds, there’s no denying they we’ve become more and more dependent on wireless internet. Accessing apps (such as automated ordering) will require some type of internet connection. Today, many people choose to work remotely from coffee shops and restaurants, and they need wifi to pull it off. Smart cities with public wifi in mind constantly upgrade their speeds, increase their reach, and offer internet even in unconventional places (such as on a bus or out walking the downtown streets).

“Smart tech undoubtedly makes our world easier, but it can also make it better. Connecting people and places quickly and easily through technology is becoming a leading topic in almost every modern city, and for good reason,” says Dov Bechhofer.

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Credit Counsel Inc Offers Debt Collection Solutions

Credit Counsel Inc helps companies across the country regain unpaid debt with a unique vision centered around the customer.

MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA, November 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ —
Christopher Mihoulides and the team at Credit Counsel Inc take great pride in the work they have been doing over the past twenty years. They focus on key areas of the credit repayment industry, helping their clients regain unpaid debt with incredible success rates.

Designed around a unique vision by Christopher Mihoulides focused on superior customer service, employee engagement, coupled with higher than normal returns by Credit Counsel Inc for each of our clients, the future of debt repayment continues to innovate and challenge the status quo.

Credit Counsel Inc understands the vast array of needs from each individual client that may arise, pairing them with best in class customer support to help each business regain lost debt and increase the profitability of their business.

Led by industry leaders, Christopher Mihoulides wants to remind businesses that there is still a human touch and Credit Counsel offers that connection. By providing a great conversion rate with every collection account, Credit Counsel Inc continues to push the boundaries of the industry.

Ultimately Credit Counsel Inc aims to collect the full amount outstanding. At times, however, this isn’t always possible and as a viable alternative, Credit Counsel Inc has a great initiative involving payment plans, negotiating terms or helping debtors to make sure their debt can be paid in full through alternative means. The rate of a full recovery for every client is the ultimate goal at Credit Counsel Inc.

A report from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York states, “As of December 2015, $652 billion of outstanding household debt was in some stage of delinquency, and approximately two-thirds of those balances were at least 90 days late.”

Because of this statistic and others like it, Credit Counsel Inc continues to employ the brightest people in debt recovery, with an incredible retention rate for collecting a delinquent and unpaid debt. The ultimate goal is to make sure each client can thrive and focus on what’s most important.

As technology continues to increase and positively affect the debt collection industry, Credit Counsel Inc continues to invest in new and innovative ways to connect companies to our customer support and to help them meet every goal they have when they first contact Credit Counsel Inc for assistance.

To learn more about the work Credit Counsel Inc is doing, click here.

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Authorized Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider for Education Status Announced by ITsavvy

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ITsavvy just became an authorized Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) for Education, allowing ITsavvy to be a single source for MS academic solutions.

Adopting cloud solutions backed by both ITsavvy and Microsoft leads to more reliable technologies that can be used by educators to engage students and encourage classroom collaboration.”

— ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault

ADDISON, ILL., U.S., November 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing complete cloud solution providers in the U.S., just became an authorized Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) for Education. The CSP status allows ITsavvy to serve as a single source for Microsoft academic solutions for security, collaboration, learning experience and other third party products.
ITsavvy President and CEO Mike Theriault said, “There are many education-focused organizations that are strategizing a more productive hybrid cloud environment for 2019. Adopting cloud solutions backed by both ITsavvy and Microsoft leads to more reliable technologies that can be used by educators to engage students and encourage classroom collaboration.”
Through the Microsoft CSP program for Education, qualified users can purchase education-related offers at special pricing through ITsavvy, including the following cloud solutions:
• Microsoft Azure
• Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security
• Microsoft Office 365
• Microsoft Dynamics 365

Benefits to clients include:
• U.S.-based 24/7 support with proactive management and monitoring of IT infrastructure and solutions, while extending tech support services to a growing mobile student body and faculty.
• The ability to work with ITsavvy for Microsoft Cloud Solutions. ITsavvy has demonstrated technology and service leadership in selecting, implementing and supporting Microsoft Cloud Solutions.
• The ability to leverage ITsavvy’s Azure solutions expertise and realize application innovation.
• Improved efficiency with cloud and IT services coordinated through a single provider that is laser-focused on the needs of the client’s educational institution or district.
• Consultative and implementation services that eliminate the complexity of multi-cloud environments.
• A single invoice that aggregates multiple vendors as well as services to simplify accounts payable.
• The flexibility to make changes to subscriptions on a monthly basis.

ITsavvy’s Vice President Cloud Solutions Joe Llano said, “Education needs cloud computing to support mobility, the growing needs of connected school devices and classroom collaboration. ITsavvy shares Microsoft’s vision and technology roadmap. We help educators adopt technology within and beyond the classroom, and support the institution’s IT staff in leveraging as much of the existing IT infrastructure as possible, while adopting their cloud strategy. As an Authorized Cloud Solution Provider for Education, we have the ability to cost-effectively deliver value to our K-12 and higher education clients.”
Clients can also leverage any other offerings within ITsavvy’s Managed Services, Engineered Services or Cloud Solutions Portfolio.
ITsavvy is a leader in tailored, end-to-end IT product and service solutions. ITsavvy built its reputation as a value-added reseller with industry-leading product availability, design and implementation, client support and delivery speed through 46 distribution centers across the U.S. ITsavvy also has data center locations in Cedar Knolls, N.J. and Oak Brook, Ill. The company’s user-friendly website provides concise, leading-edge IT decision-making resources, including an
e-commerce site with real-time pricing and availability. ITsavvy is headquartered in Addison, Ill., with offices in Chicago’s Loop; Hauppauge, N.Y.; New York, N.Y.; Naples, Fla.; Miami; Indianapolis; Warren, N.J.; Davenport, Iowa; Hayward, Calif.; and Beavercreek, Ohio. Call 855.ITsavvy (855.487.2889), email info@ITsavvy.com, visit www.ITsavvy.com.
Full release at: https://www.itsavvy.com/authorized-microsoft-cloud-solution-provider-for-education-status-announced-by-itsavvy/

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