Dr. Maat, president of BNICEH and member of Black Business Builders Club(BBBC), reminds us that the Black Community is one of the first communities that suffers long-term health and nutrition issues when alternative healthcare and insurance is not accessible to them.
Moreover, we have seen many well-off Black figures who can afford good healthcare make their transitions within this decade: Bernie Mac, Michael Jackson, Gayle Sayers, Eddie Levert, Isaac Hayes, Rick James, James Brown, Barry White, et al.
Barefoot Medicine is here now and available to all regardless of income. Training and Seminars will be presented all over the world. Introductory Seminars may be made available free to disability, senior and low-income communities when there are sponsors.
AcuCenters can be set up by Black business persons in their communities for profit or nonprofit.
Meet Sy Bounds, the Blog Professor, blogging coach, and creator of innovative digital flash drive technology, to drive your online green business e.g. healing or medical practice, jewelry business, art and crafts business, sustainable living, green building and architecture, bicycle repair shop, appointment setting and scheduling, taxi or other transportation, etc.
Sy Bounds is the technology person who created the digital flash drive business technology used by Dr. Frank Yurasek
Acucenters, Teishin Institute,
and physicians working across the nation and in Guatemala.
Learn how you can work with others to set up Acucenters and train to revolutionize global healthcare. Learn how Dr. Frank Yurasek, healers and other health practitioners are using digital flash technology of the blog professor Sy Bounds to perform best practice in digital technology, safeguard patient directives and medical information, run their businesses more effectively, use a digital public health model to heal the planet.
Sponsored by BNICEH "be nicer;" since 1992, an Illinois nonprofit in Rogers Park community of Chicago concerned with green living, sustainable health and living, youth and family community health, disability issues, ATOD (alcohol, tobacco, marijuana and other drug use) and prevention, mental health and emotional well-being, financial literacy, and eliminating poverty and poor health where possible.
BNICEH is the Black Network In Children's Emotional Health. Our Recreating the Village ATOD projects provided successful mentoring, employment, volunteerism, No Butts No Booze music fests, family job affairs, for 13 years in Rogers Park for youth, families, and community residents.
BNICEH is co-sponsoring with Green Think Tank for the Disability Community and Acuwerks, the dynamic talk by key speaker Dr. Frank Yurasek of Oriental Medicine Society, Acuwerks and HealLand:
Barefoot Medicine Goes Digital
Date: Sat. July 11, 2009
Time: 2-6 p.m.
Where: United Church of Rogers Park
Overdier Hall - 3rd floor
1545 W. Morse
Chicago IL 60626
The Chicago seminar July 11 is Free and open to physicians, nurses, healers, business owners, as well as students, seniors, youth, people who are disabled, and the general public thanks to Acuwerks, Dr. Yurasek, Dr. Maat, BNICEH and Green Think Tank for the Community.
More sponsors are welcome for these seminars in order to be able to include the public. You can host or Invite Dr. Yurasek and associate partners Dr. Khalil Abdul-Rahim, Dr. Christian Nix and Gabriela Ardila to present an online seminar, too. Just ask. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Demo of Sujee Holopathic Hand Therapy
An AcuFlash Digital Laser demo will be done July 18 in Chicago at Rogers Park Ethnic Book Fair and Artist Market sponsored by Ibeji Center Info: 773-761-7306/ Location: 1615 W. Morse Ave. Chicago 60626
Info on July 11 seminar at www.bniceh.blogspot.com
The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease. -Thomas A. Edison US inventor (1847 - 1931)