The body-slimming experts at VIP Medical Weight Loss help patients lose up to 20 pounds in one month with personalized, step-by-step weight-loss packages. After a consultation with physicians, the center designs a custom workout and diet plan for each client while making sure it is healthy for the client to lose a significant amount of weight fast. Each plan has many facets, from nutritional counseling and education to appetite suppressants and vitamin B12 injections, and the clinic enhances new looks with wrinkle-smoothing dermal fillers. A results page hosts before-and-after pictures that are useful for those who want to make their huge ex-jeans feel jealous.
The legal professionals at U Got Served, LLC take the guesswork out of legal quandaries for the inexperienced plaintiff. Their services include from reliably delivering time-sensitive legal documents, such as eviction notices, subpoenas, and summonses. Their staff also helps gather information for lawsuits and organize it for trial. Clients are kept informed of the progress on their case every step of the way; in particular, the status of process servers can be viewed online 24/7.
Mozart Cafe’s chefs draw culinary inspiration from modern Israeli cuisine, and the result is an eclectic mix of made-from-scratch kosher dishes ranging from pizza and salad to breakfast salmon platters. The Balkan pizza blends Israeli and Italian flavors with olives chunks of smoky eggplant sitting atop a bed of sauce, mozzarella, and feta cheese. Though the café is decidedly health-focused, plates arrive piled high with portions as generous as what you’d find in a neighborhood diner or your mom’s kitchen.
Saphina, the clairvoyant at Accurate Psychic, helps her clients maneuver issues and obstructions in their lives with a combination of precognitive acumen and a deep knowledge of astrology. Through tarot-card readings, psychic readings, and energy readings, which she's been performing since age 13, Saphina offers a glimpse into what's lurking just beneath the surface and offers guidance to help her clients find the answers to their questions and solutions to their problems.
Founded on the belief that dogs, like people, deserve a bit of pampering, Dee's Sanctuary Grooming and Spa aims to spoil canines with doting affection and care. A standard visit begins with a relaxing hydro-massage bathing ritual, relaxing muscles stressed from long walks and playdates with dematerializing Cheshire cats. Following all grooming rituals—which can include basics such as nail trims and combing or more involved skin and coat treatments—dogs are escorted to their own serene zen den outfitted with soft bedding, toys, water, and a comforting view of the entire spa interior.
Diane Dolphin, a 12-year veteran groomer and graduate of the elite Nash Academy, tends to haute couture grooming duties. Like all other dog stylists at Dee’s Sanctuary, she is happy to offer free consultations concerning potential fur makeovers and the latest in bandanna-tying fashions. The combination grooming spa and day-care center also sells toys, grooming supplies, and Good Dog bakery treats.
Since its founding in 1967, the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation (CCFA) has sought the cure for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The National Institutes of Health commended the CCFA for its work "uniting the research community and strengthening IBD research." The CCFA established the precedent for research in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) by forming its own scientific journal and educational symposiums and funding cutting-edge studies at major medical institutions. It has helped discover chromosomal regions with IBD-related genes and NOD2, the first gene for Crohn’s disease.
In addition to medical research, the CCFA runs a wide range of educational programs and support services to improve the quality of life for people affected by IBD. With awareness campaigns, webcasts, and periodicals, such as Take Charge and Under the Microscope, the organization reaches out to more than one million patients and caregivers. Nationwide chapters further this work by conducting more than 300 support groups for patients and summer camps for children every year.