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Facebook Pinterest The campaign, designed to increase awareness of STEMREGEN, is launching to coincide with Marques Johnson’s annual birthday dunk AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 8, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Kalyagen™ is pleased to announce the launch of its “Stem the Tide of Time” social media campaign featuring former UCLA Bruin and Milwaukee Buck All-Star Marques Johnson to promote STEMREGEN®, a natural stem cell enhancer documented to increase the number of circulating stem cells by stimulating Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization (ESCM). “The link between a lower number of circulating stem cells and the development of age-related problems has been well documented, and increasing the number of circulating stem cells has also been well documented to enhance tissue repair and improve the course of many age-related conditions,” said Christian Drapeau, CEO and Chief Scientist of Kalyagen™. “Stemregen can indeed help to stem the tide of time, and the campaign asks the question “what does Stem the Tide of Time mean to you?” The campaign, designed to increase awareness of STEMREGEN®, is launching to coincide with Marques Johnson’s annual birthday dunk. “Eleven years and 27,000 minutes of running and jumping up and down NBA floors has taken its toll on my body,” said Marques Johnson. ”’Stem the Tide of Time’ for me means that I can slow or stop the onset of stiffness and soreness so I can participate in the lives of my children and grandchildren in a meaningful way. And with my 65th birthday upon us, we’ll see if I’ve stemmed the tide and can still dunk!” STEMREGEN® is a unique and patent-pending blend of proprietary plant-based extracts documented to support ESCM and increase the number of circulating stem cells, thereby supporting the natural ability of the body to repair and stay healthy. Ingredients in STEMREGEN® have been investigated in more than eight studies for their effect on stem cell function, of which five were randomized, double- blind, placebo-controlled human clinical trials. STEMREGEN® has wide application in antiaging and overall health maintenance. About Kalyagen Kalyagen™ was founded by Christian Drapeau, author of the bestseller Cracking the Stem Cell Code. Kalyagen is a leader in the research and development of natural products aimed at supporting stem cell function of the body. Stem cells constitute the natural repair system of the body, and stem cell enhancers have been documented to strongly contribute to improving health and quality of life. STEMREGEN® is the first stem cell enhancer product developed by Kalyagen™. STEMREGEN® is a unique blend of proprietary plant-based extracts documented to support Endogenous Stem Cell Mobilization and provide other health benefits. For more information, please visit our Website: https://www.kalyagen.com/. About Marques Johnson Marques Johnson is a basketball analyst for the Milwaukee Bucks on Fox Sports Net. He played college basketball for the UCLA Bruins, won a national championship in 1975 and was the College Player of the Year as a senior. A five-time All-Star, he played seven seasons with Milwaukee before finishing his NBA career with the Los Angeles Clippers and the Golden State Warriors. He is currently a finalist for the NBA Hall of Fame and can still dunk at the age of 65. *VIDEO (YouTube): https://youtu.be/aGJibMXwmuw Media Contact: Biomics, LLC (dba Kalyagen™) Herbert Dogan, Chief Marketing Officer (310-433-8072) [email protected] Social media: @kalyagen #stemthetideoftime #stemthetide Disclaimer: None of the statements contained in this press release have been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products and information in the release are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. NEWS SOURCE: Kalyagen This press release was issued on behalf of the news source (Kalyagen) who is solely responsibile for its accuracy, by Send2Press® Newswire. Information is believed accurate but not guaranteed. Story ID: 68232 APDF-R8.2 © 2021 Send2Press®, a press release and e-marketing service of NEOTROPE®, Calif., USA. To view the original version, visit: https://www.send2press.com/wire/kalyagen-announces-launch-of-stem-the-tide-of-time-campaign-featuring-nba-hall-of-fame-finalist-marques-johnson/ Disclaimer: This press release content was not created by the Associated Press (AP). Local NewsUS News Pinterest Facebook TAGS Twitter Kalyagen Announces Launch of ‘Stem the Tide of Time’ Campaign Featuring NBA Hall of Fame Finalist Marques Johnson WhatsApp Twitter By Digital AIM Web Support – February 8, 2021 WhatsApp Previous articleCybernauts Called to PLANETXXI to Save Planet EarthNext articleLandowner Receives Right of First Refusal for Water and Gas – Landmark Surface-Use Agreement Signed for ESG Goals Digital AIM Web Support
May’s warm, wet conditions brought relief to the parched areas of the state, and Georgians can expect more of the same in June.The rain was welcomed by farmers, but so much rain in such a short period of time delayed planting in some areas and caused erosion and flash-flooding problems.Almost the whole state received above-normal precipitation in May, except for a few small areas scattered around south Georgia, and even those areas received close-to-normal precipitation.Savannah, Georgia, set a new daily rainfall record on May 22 with 6.61 inches, smashing the old record of 2.21 inches set in 1967. Athens, Georgia, also set a new daily record on May 21 with 2.42 inches, surpassing the old record of 1.6 inches set in 1888. Brunswick, Georgia, received 1.31 inches on May 24, which broke that city’s old record of 0.91 inches set in 2009.This was the wettest May in Savannah’s 144-year record, beating out the old monthly record of 11.13 inches set in 1915. It was also the sixth-wettest May for Macon, Georgia, in 121 years.The highest daily rainfall totals recorded by Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) volunteers were 5.15 and 4.91 inches, both from observers near Pooler, Georgia, in Chatham County. The highest monthly total — 11.92 inches — came from an observer near Villa Rica, Georgia, in Carroll County, followed by 11.28 inches measured near Rincon, Georgia, in Effingham County, and 10.58 inches measured near Acworth, Georgia, in Cobb County.Savannah had the state’s highest monthly precipitation total for May — 11.54 inches, 8.56 inches above normal, according to National Weather Service stations. The lowest precipitation total came in Valdosta, Georgia — 2.34 inches, 0.19 inches below normal. Albany, Georgia, received 3.83 inches of precipitation, 1.14 inches above normal.Alma, Georgia, received 3.52 inches of precipitation, 1.05 inches above normal.Athens received 6.24 inches of precipitation, 3.24 inches above normal.Atlanta received 4.6 inches of precipitation, 0.93 of an inch above normal.Augusta, Georgia, received 3.34 inches of precipitation, 0.69 of an inch above normal.Brunswick received 4.03 inches of precipitation, 2.07 inches above normal.Columbus, Georgia, received 5.37 inches of precipitation, 2.18 inches above normal.Macon received 6.07 inches of precipitation, 3.35 inches above normal.Rome, Georgia, received 5.91 inches of precipitation, 1.73 inches above normal.Above-normal temperatures covered most of Georgia in May 2017. All but two National Weather Service offices reported temperatures as much as 3 degrees above normal. May was the 16th month in a row that the state saw above-normal temperatures.A number of record temperatures were tied or set in May. A daily high temperature record was set in Savannah on May 10, when 95 degrees Fahrenheit surpassed the old record of 94 F set in 1889. Two record highs were tied in Brunswick: a high of 93 F on May 10, originally set in 2003, and a high of 96 F on May 11, set in 1973.High nighttime temperature records were tied in Savannah on May 21 at 74 F, which matches the old record from 1902, and in Brunswick on May 11 with 71 F, which matches the old record from 1966. Brunswick also broke its high nighttime temperature record on May 1 at 75 F, which beat the old record of 73 F set in 1954.Low daytime temperature records were also set on May 5 at a number of stations including Atlanta, Athens, Columbus and Macon, with maximum temperatures on that date reaching only the mid-50s. Columbus’ new record of 57 F beat its old record of 66 F set in 1987.In Alma, the monthly average temperature was 74.5 F, 0.8 of a degree above normal.In Atlanta, the monthly average temperature was 71.1 F, 1 degree above normal.In Athens, the monthly average temperature was 70.4 F, 0.4 of a degree above normal.In Augusta, the monthly average temperature was 74.1 F, 3 degrees above normal.In Albany, the monthly average temperature was 74.5 F, which was neither above nor below normal.In Columbus, the monthly average temperature was 73.4 F, 0.4 of a degree above normal.In Macon, the monthly average temperature was 71.8 F, 0.1 of a degree below normal.In Savannah, the monthly average temperature was 75.5 F, 2.2 degrees above normal.In Brunswick, the monthly average temperature was 76.7 F, 2.2 degrees above normal.In Rome, the monthly average temperature was 70 F, 1.8 degrees above normal.In Valdosta, the monthly average temperature was 73.5 F, 0.3 of a degree below normal.March frost damage estimates continue to come in — about 80 percent of the peach crop was lost as well as 85 percent of the blueberry crop. Many farmers will not have any fruit to sell outside of the state.The outlook for June shows that an increased chance of cooler- and wetter-than-normal conditions is likely, particularly in the northern half of the state. Drought is expected to recede in the southern counties, and dry conditions are likely to be eliminated farther north. The summer forecast still shows an increased chance of above-normal temperatures, particularly in the driest areas.For more information, please see the “Climate and Agriculture in the South East” blog at blog.extension.uga.edu/climate/ or visit www.gaclimate.org. Please email [email protected] to share your agricultural weather and climate impacts on the blog.
The Belgium-based Sarens Group has established a venture in Taiwan to take part in the local offshore wind market.Sarens in Taiwan will focus on maintaining a fleet of SPMTs, SGC-120s, SGC-90s, and CC-8800s, as well as providing onshore logistics for offshore projects.The work scope includes barge transport, unloading and reloading of heavy parts, SPMT transport to temporary storage, JIT delivery to offshore site, logistics management, full operation scope and engineering.As part of its strategy in the region, Sarens in Taiwan will at first hire employees from Southeast Asia, Europe and other regions, but will commit to training and hiring Taiwanese locals in the long-term.According to the company, the newly-formed venture is positioned to make the most of the Taiwanese government’s positive policy on offshore wind.To remind, this summer Taiwan allocated 5.5GW of offshore wind capacity to be developed by 2025, with around 75% of the selected projects located off the Changhua County.