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Skilli World is Hosting a $15K Giveaway in February to Celebrate the Trivia App's Winter Growth

Skilli World is a ‘Real Money Trivia’ app that asks only 5 true or false questions in its $1,000 Daily Mastermind Tournament
Press Release – updated: Jan 29, 2020 08:00 EST

TORONTO, January 29, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Skilli World, a “Real Money Trivia” app, has announced it’s giving away $15,000 in free tournaments throughout February to celebrate the trivia app’s continued growth since its official launch in September of 2019. Some of these free-to-play tournaments include trivia from Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, Marvel vs. DC, and many more. The objective of the campaign is to give back to the existing Skilli World community and to allow new players to win real money without risk. 
Skilli World is a trivia app that enables players to test their skill and knowledge to earn real money. Within the app, there are Caribbean space-huts that run trivia tournaments 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Trivia questions are based on exciting topics that include popular movies, TV shows, entertainment, science, history, sports and much more. Users can check out Skilli World’s schedules directly in the app. 
Every day, the mystical Skilli hosts a Daily Mastermind Tournament (“DMT”) that is open to all players and starts at 9:30 p.m. EST. The DMT asks five true or false questions per tournament and has a guaranteed prize pool of $1,000 USD. To get paid real money, all players have to do is answer all five questions correctly; and don’t worry if you get one wrong – a SkillUP (second life) can be used to get back in the game. DMT prizes are split equally, so if there are 1,000 players and 100 answer all five questions correctly, those 100 split the prize pool.
Unlike other trivia apps, Skilli World sets a maximum limit on the number of players in its Daily Mastermind Tournament. This allows Skilli World to have one of the best player-to-prize ratios, rivaling the payouts of other trivia apps.
“This February is all about giving back to the players,” says Matthew De Angelis, co-founder of Skilli World. “To our existing community, we know they will greatly appreciate us raising the DMT prize to $1,000 a night with $15,000 in free tournaments. To all new players, February is the perfect month to play without risk, get a feel for the app, and see why Skilli World has become the best trivia app to make real money.”
For more information and to play trivia, download the app at iOS and Android or visit SkilliWorld.com. To view Skilli World’s February $15K Giveaway tournament schedule, visit www.skilliworld.com/2.
About Skilli World
Skilli World was created by technology company Under The Tree Ltd. to bring real money trivia to the real world. More information can be found at SkilliWorld.com or connect with them on social media on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Media Contact:​Matthew De Angelis, Co-Founderinfo@skilliworld.com
Source: Skilli World

World-Renowned Alternative Medicine Practice, Biologix Center For Optimum Health, Moves to Nashville, Tennessee!

In the last 25 years of treating the toughest cases, I can honestly say that I’ve never been more excited about what we can offer through our latest innovations for those living with chronic illness.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
For the past 25 years, Biologix Center For Optimum Health has helped over ten thousand people from around the world who had previously exhausted conventional and alternative medicine treatments with what was essentially considered incurable, or at least non-responsive chronic illness. Biologix Center specializes in treating Lyme disease, POTS, ALS, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple chemical sensitivity, histamine intolerance, mast cell activation syndrome, mold toxicity, chronic digestive issues, as well as illnesses of unknown origin.
Biologix Center’s founder, Dr. David Jernigan, is a published author and innovator of multiple healthcare technologies. He is also an internationally recognized leader in Biological and Bioregulatory Medicine and the treatment of chronic illness. With the precision testing he has developed, much of the guesswork common in doctoring is eliminated by enabling the doctors to essentially access the software of the body and instantly determine what is wrong and what to do about it, instead of waiting days or weeks for lab tests that are often of minimal value.
The range of new innovations that power this highly-individualized and comprehensive approach often succeed where conventional medicine and pharmaceuticals fail. Dr. Jernigan states:
“There is so much that has gone wrong in most of our patients that our doctors spend one hour every day of the one to three-week all-inclusive programs of care, in order to work through all the systems and issues of the body within their patients, and up to another 4 hours a day are spent on supportive therapies. This is a maximum applied effort to quickly and gently restore a person to optimum health.”
Historically based out of Wichita, Kansas, Biologix Center is transferring its operations to a new location in Franklin, Tennessee, just minutes south of Nashville. The new Nashville location will offer Stem Cell Therapy and Induced Native Phage Therapy (INPT). When asked about the new Nashville location, Dr. Jernigan stated:
“In the last 25 years of treating the toughest cases, I can honestly say that I’ve never been more excited about what we can offer through our latest innovations for those living with chronic illness. The new drug-free treatments are proving to be so incredibly effective that they are helping those who have previously never been helped before, by even the most well known doctors and clinics.”
Biologix Center is currently scheduling patients at the Nashville location, which is set to open on March 16th. The center is also hiring more DC’s, MD’s, nurses, and support staff. If you are interested in scheduling a treatment program or a free case review with Dr. David Jernigan, please call the Biologix Patient Care Coordinator at (855) 525-5984. If you are interested in working with the Biologix Center, please contact Michelle Pfeifer at mpfeifer@biologixcenter.com.
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Biologix Center is an internationally recognized clinical facility that uses extremely precise and scientifically advanced alternative treatments and therapies to heal people with, non-responsive chronic illness of all kinds. Biologix seeks to treat the root causes of chronic illness by promoting the functional integrity of the entire human person, thereby restoring the body’s ability to heal itself. For more information, please contact Keeley Dodd, at kdodd@biologixcenter.com , or visit https://biologixcenter.com.
Dr. David Jernigan received his Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition at Park University, graduating with honors, and his doctorate in Chiropractic Medicine at Cleveland University-Kansas City. He is a board-certified Doctor of Natural Medicine with an emphasis on chronic infections and chronic illness. Post-graduate studies include natural and Anthroposophical medicine in Germany and Biological/Bioregulation Medicine with the famed-father of European Biological Medicine, Dr. Thomas Rau, MD, of the Paracelsus Clinic of Switzerland. He is board-certified in Botanical Medicine through the University of Colorado, School of Pharmacy, and trains doctors in advanced homeopathy and bioenergetic medicine. Dr. Jernigan has contributed to the advancement of medical science with several exciting inventions, including BioResonance Scanning, Matrix Interface Resonance Scanning, Fractal Frequency Modulation, NeuroPhotonic Therapy, Induced Native Phage Therapy, and NeuroCardial Synchronization.

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World Class Keynote Speakers Offer Hopeful Perspectives at 2020 iaedp™ Symposium

“To experience these accomplished professionals at one time and in one place is an extraordinary opportunity,” said Bonnie Harken, Managing Director at the iaedp™ Foundation. “We could not be more excited about each and every one of our keynote speakers.”

PEKIN, Ill. (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
Once a year at the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp™) Symposium, the headliner keynote speakers offer attendees their unique perspectives, innovative research and professional experiences, unmatched as a group together in one place at the same time.
This year, at the 34th annual iaedp™ Symposium slated for March 26 – 29, is no different. Seven world-class speakers will converge at the Omni at Championsgate in Orlando to present their views, educate their audiences and engage the more than 1,000 attendees anticipated to attend from points around the globe.
“To experience these accomplished professionals at one time and in one place is an extraordinary opportunity,” said Bonnie Harken, Managing Director at the iaedp™ Foundation. “We could not be more excited about each and every one of our keynote speakers.”
Keynote speakers and their presentations will be featured at these times:
The Brain That Changes Itself and Eating DisordersNorman Doidge, M.D., is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, essayist, and poet, on faculty at the Departments of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto, and Columbia University, Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. He is a Training and Supervising Analyst at the Toronto Institute of Psychoanalysis. His book, The Brain that Changes Itself was chosen by the Dana Brain Foundation USA’s journal, Cerebrum, from among the 30,000 books written on the brain, as the best general book on the brain. While eating disorder behaviors and attitudes may be rigid, this does not mean that the brains of patients with those disorders are rigid or lack plasticity; the illness is in part a product of how they use their plasticity, which is a product of their development. We will discuss approaches to the common developmental inhibitions, conflicts and psychodynamics, self-fragmentation, trauma, hopelessness, borderline personality organization and pathological defenses in the therapy of eating disorder patients. The important role of imbalances between our two hemispheres in eating disorders, and right hemisphere-based dissociation from the body, will be highlighted. The lecture will illustrate how to combine a thought and emotion-based, neuroplastically-informed, hemisphere-balancing psychotherapy, with neurofeedback and other modalities, to help patients access their full neuroplastic potential, stimulate dormant brain functions, improve self-regulation and neuromodulation, and develop a more integrated, differentiated view of themselves. When this occurs, patients can develop more life- affirming goals that make ED behaviors less necessary or attractive to them, so that they can grow out of a reliance on them, and mature psychologically at the same time.
On Friday, March 27 at 10:30 a.m., Sabine Wilhelm, PhD, Chief of Psychology and Director of the Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, will present: Leveraging Technology to Enhance Mental Health.
On Friday, March 27 at 1:30 p.m., John Levitt PhD, CEDS, FAED, F.iaedp, who has over 40 years’ experience working with eating disorders, self-injury, trauma, and the complex relapsing client, will present: Evaluating Eating Disorder Practice: The Art and the Science. Dena Cabrera, PsyD, CEDS, President iaedp™ Board of Directors, will introduce Dr. Levitt and will share why this topic is important for patients, providers and third party payors.
On Friday, March 27 at 4:00 p.m., Dr. Wilhelm also will present: Understanding and Treating Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
On Saturday, March 28 at 8:30 a.m., Dr. Levitt also will present: Treating the Complex Eating Disordered Trauma Client: The Art Beyond the Science.
On Saturday, March 28 at 10:30 a.m., Gina Barreca PhD, who has appeared on 20/20, The Today Show, CNN, the BBC, NPR and, yes, on Oprah to discuss gender, power, politics, and humor, will present: Be Loud, Be Funny, and Step Up: Helping Clients Find a Voice.
On Saturday, March 28 at 1:30 p.m., Annie Heiderscheit, PhD, MT-BC, FAMI, NMT, a board certified music therapist with 18 years of clinical experience and degrees in music therapy, education, and counseling, will present: The Brain Comes Alive with the Sound of Music: Innovative Treatments for Eating Disorders Clients through Music Therapy.
On Saturday, March 28 at 4:00 p.m., Dr. Barreca also will present: Up Close with a Keynote.
On Saturday, March 28 at 4:00 p.m., Dr. Heiderscheit also will present: Music Therapy in Eating Disorder Treatment.
On Sunday, March 29 at 8:00 a.m., Dan Tomasulo Ph.D., TEP, MFA, MAPP, who teaches Positive Psychology in the graduate program of Counseling and Clinical Psychology at Columbia University, Teachers College, will present: Cultivating Hope through Strength-Based Practices.
On Sunday March 29 at 10:00 a.m., Dr. Tomasulo also will present: The Hierarchy of Hope.
More information about all aspects regarding iaedp™ and its 2020 Symposium can be found at iaedp.com.
About the iaedp™ Foundation:
Since 1985, the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals has provided education and training standards to an international and multidisciplinary group of various healthcare treatment providers and helping professions. MemberSHARE.iaedp.com is an iaedp™ business journal and online member resource to learn about noteworthy member achievements, continuing education webinars and U.S. and international chapter activity and events; for more information, visit MemberSHARE.
The Presidents Council provides iaedp™ support and includes: Center for Change; Center for Hope of the Sierras; Center for Discovery; Eating Recovery Center; Willow Place; Laureate Eating Disorders Program; McCallum Place Eating Disorder Centers; The Meadows Ranch; Rogers Behavioral Health; Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders; Selah House; The Renfrew Center; Timberline Knolls; Turning Tides Eating Disorder Treatment Center; Veritas Collaborative; Focus Treatment Centers; Alsana Eating Disorder Treatment & Recovery Centers; Silver Hill Hospital and Walden Behavioral Care.
The 2020 iaedp™ Symposium is proud to announce Bronze Sponsors: ViaMar Health, Eating Disorder Recovery Specialists, Simple Practice, Transcend ED and Fairwinds Treatment Center.

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World Travel Holdings Named a Top 100 Company to Watch for Remote Jobs in 2020

World Travel Holdings Named a Top 100 Company to Watch for Remote Jobs in 2020

We have a keen focus on telecommuting and scheduling options that promote a healthy work/life balance as well as a variety of programs that are important to ensuring our employees stay engaged in a virtual work environment.

WILMINGTON, Mass. (PRWEB) January 28, 2020
World Travel Holdings is proud to announce that it has been named to FlexJobs’ annual list of the Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs in 2020. This list is based on an analysis of more than 54,000 companies and their remote job posting histories in the FlexJobs database between January 1, 2019 and December 31, 2019.
World Travel Holdings is one of 100 companies that had the highest number of remote job openings on the FlexJobs site in 2019. A “remote job” is defined as a professional-level job that allows the worker to work from home either entirely or part of the time. Remote jobs are also known as telecommuting jobs, virtual jobs, and work-from-home jobs. Overall, the number of people telecommuting in the U.S. has increased 159 percent since 2005.
“It is a true honor to continually be recognized as a leader in the remote jobs industry,” said Loren Kennedy, senior vice president of Human Resources for World Travel Holdings. “We have been recruiting, hiring and training for work-at-home positions for more than a decade and we continue to make improvements in these areas. We also have a keen focus on telecommuting and scheduling options that promote a healthy work/life balance as well as a variety of programs that are important to ensuring our employees stay engaged in a virtual work environment.”
World Travel Holdings was ranked #42 on the list. In the past, World Travel Holdings has hired for jobs with remote work options such as Travel Professional, Customer Care Representative and Franchise Sales Specialist.
Remote work brings very real benefits to both employers and workers. While the average person can save about $4,000 a year by working from home, employers experience a wide range of benefits from remote work as well. Cost savings, access to a greater talent pool, stronger retention rates, and higher productivity are a few of the compelling reasons companies are strategically integrating remote workers into their workforce.
Based on this list, the top six career fields hiring for remote jobs are:
1.    Medical & Health2.    Computer & IT3.    Customer Service4.    Education & Training5.    Sales6.    Accounting & Finance
“The most notable change we’ve seen over the past year is not so much the growth in the sheer volume of remote job listings, but the growth in the variety of remote job titles these companies are seeking to hire,” said Sara Sutton, founder and CEO of FlexJobs. “Companies are expanding the range of professional positions they’re allowing to work from home. It’s important to keep in mind that this list represents the jobs that are only formally reported and advertised as remote. I believe the true scope of remote work is much larger, with informal and ad hoc work-from-home arrangements increasingly common. Of course, all of this is ultimately fantastic news for remote job seekers across all career fields and levels,” Sutton concluded.
Some of the fastest-growing remote career categories are Art & Creative, Bookkeeping, Internet & Ecommerce, K-12, Graphic Design, Translation, and Math & Economics.
To view the entire 2020 Top 100 Companies for Remote Jobs list, please visit https://www.flexjobs.com/blog/post/100-top-companies-with-remote-jobs-2020/
To search remote job opportunities at World Travel Holdings, please visit http://www.WorldTravelHoldings.com.
About World Travel HoldingsWorld Travel Holdings is the nation’s largest cruise agency and award-winning leisure travel company with a portfolio of more than 40 diverse brands. In addition to owning some of the largest brands distributing cruises, villas, resort vacations, car rentals, resort day passes and luxury travel services, World Travel Holdings has a vast portfolio of licensed private-label partnerships comprised of top leisure travel providers, including almost every U.S. airline, leading hotel brands and prominent corporations. The company also operates a top-rated travel agency franchise and the country’s original host agency, and is consistently recognized as an industry leader in work-at-home employment. Its global presence includes operating multiple cruise brands in the United Kingdom. World Travel Holdings has offices in Wilmington, Mass.; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Virginia Beach, Va.; New York, NY; and Chorley, England. For more information, visit WorldTravelHoldings.com.
About FlexJobsFlexJobs is a premium online job service for professionals seeking flexible work, specializing in full-time and part-time remote jobs, employee and freelance jobs, and on-site jobs with flexible, part-time, and alternative schedules. Since its start in 2007, FlexJobs has helped more than 4 million people in their job searches and has created the largest vetted database of legitimate flexible job opportunities in over 50 career categories. In addition, FlexJobs provides robust career support, including curated expert resources and career coaching services, to partner with job seekers in all phases of their journey. A trusted source in the media, FlexJobs has been cited in top national outlets such as CNN, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, CNBC, Forbes, and many others. FlexJobs’ Founder & CEO Sara Sutton has also launched two additional partner sites, Remote.co and 1 Million for Work Flexibility, to help provide education and awareness about the viability and benefits of flexible work. Sutton is the creator of The TRaD* Works Forum (*Telecommuting, Remote, & Distributed), dedicated to helping companies leverage the benefits of telecommuting, remote and distributed teams.

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