Fox17-Nashville / Dr. Ming Wang Middle Tennessee doctor warns of hidden dangers in laundry pods, detergents June 6, 2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn.–A Middle Tennessee doctor is warning consumers about the hidden danger of laundry pods and detergents.

Viral online challenges have previously highlighted the dangers of ingesting laundry pods but Dr. Ming Wang of the Wang Vision Institute says laundry detergents can pose a risk to those using them for their intended purpose.

Pods, powder, and liquid laundry detergents are “basic agents” says Dr. Wang, meaning they have higher alkaline levels. “Detergents have to have a ph of seven to eleven because they’re meant to attach to clothing and pull from the clothing. Only higher alkalines do this and these can be the most damaging to the eye,” Dr. Wang says.


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Yogi Roth Podcast / Jordan Campbell, Winner Circle Athletics Jordan Campbell: former USC & NFL player creates unique charter school May 31, 2019

Jordan Campbell is the founder of Winner Circle Athletics, a unique school in Southern California that helps students achieve their dreams of playing sports at a high level. He joined The Yogi Roth Show to share how he is impacting the next generation of athletes and leaders while going down memory lane with his former coach at USC, Yogi.

The Winner Circle Athletics, Jordan says, is designed to give students the mentorship that allowed him to have success in his own career, which included playing football at the University of Southern California and later in the NFL. It also teaches tangible tools to students while offering athletic training at a level that is extremely unique in education.


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BestLife / Dr. Ming Wang 50 Silent Signs You’re Not As Healthy As You Think You Are May 30, 2019

50 Silent Signs You’re Not As Healthy As You Think You Are

Thinking that you’re healthy and actually being healthy are two very different things. You can go to the gym every week, floss after every meal, and go to sleep every night before 10 p.m., and still, you might be suffering in silence without even realizing it. But now is the time to learn abut the silent health symptoms that could indicate a serious issue is going on. Because when it comes to your health, knowledge is power.


Read More / Dr. Ming Wang Capture stunning Manhattanhenge sunset photos like a pro with these expert tips May 30, 2019

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As thousands prepare to descend upon New York City’s streets to view the famous Manhattanhenge sunset, social media will likely be flooded with photos from residents and tourists who captured their best images of the celestial sunset, which happens four times annually.

Spectators who miss the two Manhattanhenge occurrences in May can wait until July to catch the year’s final showings of the unique event in which the sunset beams down the Manhattan street grid’s east- and westward roads in perfect alignment. That is, of course, if clouds don’t threaten to thwart views of the spectacular display, which has occasionally occurred in previous years.

Onlookers will want to capture the most stunning photos of the gorgeous sunset. Professional photographers shared their tips with AccuWeather for snapping great sunset images just in time for Manhattanhenge.


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San Fernando Valley Business Journal / Carlo Ponti, Jr. Orchestra Gives to Van Nuys School May 30, 2019

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Conductor Carlo Ponti Jr. and Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra, the 22 string- piece symphony he founded, hit a crescendo last week to benefit select Los Angeles County schools, including one in the San Fernando Valley.

On May 23, Ponti performed Felix Mendels- sohn’s “Violin Concerto in D minor” at Theater Raymond Kabbaz in Los Angeles. The orchestra’s performances benefit music education by giv- ing 100 percent of net subscription revenues to schools such as Andrés and María Cárdenas Elementary School in Van Nuys.

The concert’s dress rehearsal, held the day prior, took place at Cárdenas Elementary.

“In Van Nuys, to see us rehearse, to see what goes into creating a performance, they also interact with the musicians,” Ponti told the Business Journal.

Ponti comes from an artistic family as the son of actress Sophia Loren and the late movie producer Carlo Ponti. Congressman Brad Sherman recently presented Ponti with a special congressional recognition certificate for Virtuosi Orchestra’s work in “supporting and developing music education in our schools and community.”

A resident of Studio City, Ponti has con- tributed to Cárdenas Elementary for the last three years. The donations helped purchase violins for the school’s music students.

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