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Curing the Nation’s Health-care Crisis
Atlanta Company Offers Solution in Age of Health-care Reform

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ATLANTA (April 16, 2009) — Curing the nation’s highly debated and criticized health-care system is on the minds of more and more Americans today. A top concern: skyrocketing health-care costs. Findings from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services show that health-care spending reached 2.4 trillion in 2008, and is projected to jump 5.5 percent in 2009.

U.S. President Barack Obama has declared “Health-care reform cannot wait, it must not wait, and it will not wait another year.” A series of White House Forums on Health Reform is slated for the coming months.

One solution Atlanta-based Quick Fitness Solutions (QFS) recommends for controlling healthcare costs has gained in popularity in recent years. Workplace wellness or worksite wellness programs encourage employees to take steps to adopt a healthy lifestyle, to prevent the onset or worsening of a health condition and to rid their lives of unhealthy behaviors and habits.


Godly Principles, Character and Healthy Eating Served up in New Children’s Book
What Kind of Fruit Does God Like? First in Series

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 ATLANTA (April 8, 2009) — At a time when reality TV and social networking Web sites are all the rage and the focus on nutrition continues to fade from many of America’s schools, a new children’s book aims to reach young readers with messages of whole and holy living during one of the most impressionable period of their lives.

Serving up lessons on Godly principles, character and healthy eating, What Kind of Fruit Does God Like? (Holy Child Publications; March 17, 2009; ISBN: 978-0-615-27752-3) introduces young Joey, who often shares and eats his fresh fruit with friends. Now the 5-year-old ponders an interesting question: what kind of fruit proves pleasing to God.

For children up to six years old, What Kind of Fruit Does God Like? by author J. Cecil Anderson features full-color illustrations of a diverse group of characters, along with the following fruits: apples, grapes, peaches, pineapples, bananas, cherries, oranges, pears and strawberries. The 24-page softcover instructs children on the different types of spiritual fruit, as outlined in the Bible in Galatians 5:22-23. They include love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness and temperance. Definitions and explanations of both types of fruit are included in the book’s index.

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