Dr Eddy Dona Publishes A Series Of eBooks Meant To Educate Patients

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The newly published eBooks written by the seasoned plastic surgeon, Dr Eddy Dona, educates patients about breast implants and tummy tucks. The eBooks are available for free on the good doctor’s website.

Dr Eddy Dona, a leading plastic surgeon based in Bella Vista, NSW, has published two comprehensive eBooks meant to educate prospective clients about plastic surgery procedures. The eBooks go into over a hundred case studies and come accompanied with real patient videos. The purpose of the free videos and the eBook is to educate patients about what they can expect and how the process works for both tummy tucks and breast implants.

Dr Eddy Dona is a highly recognized, specialist plastic & reconstructive surgeon who has dedicated his career to understanding the human body and enhancing its beauty.

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Longview ISD offers free financial, education advice through video series

LONGVIEW, Texas (KLTV) – Sometimes it’s not easy to get good advice, especially for free. Well the Longview Independent School District is about to present just that on several topics from finance to continuing education. And the video series is geared toward interested families in or outside of the school district.



a green sign with white text: There may be some parents of students out there who have a great idea as to how to keep everyone safe while learning, or just want to express their concerns. Well, Longview Independent School District is looking for just that kind of feedback.


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There may be some parents of students out there who have a great idea as to how to keep everyone safe while learning, or just want to express their concerns. Well, Longview Independent School District is looking for just that kind of feedback.

Longview ISD offers free financial, education advice through video series

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Longview ISD Public Information Officer Francisco Rojas says the idea for LOBOS Strongview originally was going to be a series of meetings to help in-district families struggling with finances.

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Future Gold Coast: Bulletin series looks at challenges facing tourism, health, education, real estate, manufacturing and entertainment

THE Gold Coast Bulletin is launching the next instalment in its Future Gold Coast series, bringing the city’s leaders together to capitalise on opportunities for the Gold Coast in a post-COVID era.

Future Gold Coast (Reset) will look at the challenges and opportunities across a range of sectors, including tourism, health, education, real estate, manufacturing and entertainment.

The series follows the highly successful Future Gold Coast event last year which examined what the Gold Coast needed to position itself for 2030.

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Bulletin Editor Rachel Hancock speaks at last year’s Future Gold Coast event. Picture: Mike Batterham.
media_cameraBulletin Editor Rachel Hancock speaks at last year’s Future Gold Coast event. Picture: Mike Batterham.

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Bulletin editor Rachel Hancock said the campaign would focus on the Gold Coast now, and the many opportunities that had arisen since the coronavirus pandemic hit.

“No doubt the pandemic has hit the

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Center for Civic Education Launches Special “60-Second Civics” Series to Encourage Voting

Center for Civic Education Launches Special “60-Second Civics” Series to Encourage Voting

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 1, 2020

President Christopher R. Riano Celebrates Our National Elections with a Special Edition of Our Signature Daily Program

WASHINGTON, Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The Center for Civic Education has launched a nationwide initiative to focus its signature daily program, “60-Second Civics,” on the right to vote in the weeks leading up to the November 3 national elections. Each day, 60-Second Civics will feature a podcast focused on elections, voting, representation, and how those rights are protected under the Constitution.

All you need is a minute!
All you need is a minute!

“At the Center for Civic Education, we believe it is critical to ensure that all people have access to civics lessons that speak to our moment and bring to life constitutional principles like the power of voting,” said President Christopher R. Riano. “The

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Sunstone Eduversity raises Rs 24 Crore in Series A to accelerate the adoption of industry-ready higher education in India



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New Delhi [India], September 30 (ANI/NewsVoir): Sunstone Eduversity (owned by Sunstone Education Tech Pvt Ltd) an edtech startup offering industry-ready higher education programs with Pay after Placement, has raised Rs 24 crore in Series A funding.
The funding was led by Saama Capital, with participation from Ashish Gupta, MD – Helion Advisors, Pankaj Bansal, Co-founder & CEO – PeopleStrong. Existing investors, Prime Venture Partners, Rajul Garg and Purvi Capital also participated in the round.
The company will use the fresh capital to invest in its technology platform, hiring and curriculum. Sunstone is also planning to use the funds to strengthen its efforts in creating industry-ready professionals and building its network of colleges across multiple cities.
Sunstone takes complete accountability of a student’s career by operating on a pay after placement model. Students pay a nominal registration amount as an upfront fee and

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Staunton community dialogue series aims to educate and build stronger community

STAUNTON, Va. (WVIR) – Building Bridges for the Greater Good in Staunton hosted its first Watch & Talk Monday night. The topic was voter suppression.

The online community dialogue series is a way to bring people together during the COVID-19 pandemic according to Building Bridges for the Greater Good Board President, Pastor Elaine Rose.

People were asked to watch the documentary “All In: The Struggle for Democracy” in advance, and then Monday night they came together virtually to discuss it, breaking out into small groups.

Rose says this event, like all Building Bridges events, is about making the community stronger. She says it’s needed now more than ever.

“Building Bridges’ mission is to make sure that we connect to everybody to make our community better for all,” Rose said. “Not one group of people but all people and right now there is a need in every community for something.”

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Have questions about the challenges of COVID-19? Garland ISD launches ‘Ask a Doctor’ series

Garland ISD has launched a weekly online “Ask a Doctor” session for students and families in the district.

The first sessions were held this week, with a presentation on Wednesday and a webinar on Thursday, in partnership with Hazel Health, a company that works with school districts around the country.

Garland ISD hopes the online sessions will help “children cope with change,” according to the district’s website.

“It’s no secret that adjusting to life in a pandemic isn’t easy, especially for children who are learning to adapt to a new era of education,” the district said.

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During the sessions, parents can ask questions about health issues and receive answers from Hazel Health’s pediatric team.

Thursday’s webinar included a discussion of how to help children adapt to the changes stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The district added that the parents’ identities remain anonymous, explaining that attendees are unable to see the

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Early childhood education virtual jobs event series to help fill workforce loss from COVID-19

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — The Hampton Roads Workforce Council has partnered with Eastern Virginia Medical School’s Minus 9 to 5 to connect community members with jobs in early childhood education in an effort to help with the jobs deficit COVID-19 has created.

The virtual event series targets teachers, teaching assistants and childcare support staff in the field of early childhood education.

About 60 employers from across Hampton Roads will take part in the virtual series.

They are broken up by cities. On Tuesday, there will be an opportunity for people looking for early childhood jobs in Virginia Beach from 10 to noon.

Other cities follow in the coming weeks.

You RSVP, login to the watch the Zoom presentations from the employers, and then follow up contact information for job applications.

Jacqueline Rondeau, business services coordinator for the Hampton Roads Workforce Council, says this is a great time and opportunity to

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