Wen By Chaz Produces Amazing Results

Whenever anyone uses a hair care product, they are looking for results and they are looking for them fast. They don’t want to have to wait for it to kick in because then they feel as though perhaps the product has not delivered what it said it was going to do. They might even feel ripped off and they wonder just what the right product for their hair is. When it comes to Wen by Chaz, that is never a problem and never an issue. This is a product that always comes through, each and every single time. It does not disappoint, no matter what kind of hair someone has.

There was a tremendous review posted online recently by Emily McClure of Bustle.com, which can be read here, http://www.bustle.com/articles/136320-i-used-cleansing-cleansing-conditioner-on-my-fine-hair-heres-what-happened, and it talks about her experience with Wen by Chaz. She even went out of her way to post pictures and talk about it over a seven day period. If she was going to use this product, she was going to fully utilize it and get the most out of it. She was going to leave nothing to chance. She had fine hair, so she used the Fig version. That is another bonus when it comes to Wen by Chaz. It can work on all types of hair.

Over seven days, she also posted pictures on Facebook which tracked her progress. It is great to see the results as they were happening so people could track her progress and find out what was going on, day by day. By day seven, she had a newfound confidence and her hair had bounce and shine, which is what the Fig version of Wen by Chaz promised and delivered. That is what people have come to expect from Chaz Dean (http://chazdean.com/store.aspx) and he does not want to let anyone down.

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Mike Heiligenstein Discusses Texas Transportation and Tolls

Mike Heiligenstein is the Executive Director for the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority. A reporter for the San Antonio Business Journal interviewed him regarding issues in central Texas transportation.


He led off asking asking about State Highway 130 (SH 130). Although it was supposed to relieve the traffic burden on Interstate 35, it doesn’t do that. Its traffic is so low that Moody’s has twice downgraded its credit rating.


Heiligenstein says the traffic on Interstatee 35 is nearly unsolvable for the next 20 years because it’s made up mostly of local traffic, not through traffic. In many places there is no way to add lanes or the capacity to hold more vehicles. The surrounding cities and neighborhoods are reluctant to allow for expansion because it would cut into their land area and disrupt property owners near the highway.


Between San Antonio and Austin the traffic is 85% local. Therefore, there’s no place to redirect that traffic to. He says they somehow have to add capacity, change user behaviors and become multi-modal.


The reporter pointed out that toll roads have not been successful for years because high fuel costs and a weak economy have cut into the amount of traffic they carry, so income from tolls is down.


Heiligenstein said that toll roads were one of the solutions to meeting the transportation needs of the state. User revenue fully funded the last extension of 183A in Austin. They did not use any tax dollars for that project.


According to him, the bonds his authority issues are highly popular. Investors carry out their due diligence, and they like his authority’s bonds. The investment community oversubscribed for their last offering of $300 million by ten times. They could have issued $3 billion. They received a nice rate of interest, and an increase in their credit rating.


He agrees that part of this popularity comes from the prospect of future growth in San Antonio and Austin. That is a long term trend that is not going away. His authority needs to plan to provide the transportation infrastructure for that growth and development.


The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority was created in 2002 to design and carry out a modern transportation network for Central Texas. The Mobile Authority is a separate government entity.


Mike Heiligenstein has served as an elected representative serving Central Texas infrastructure for over 23 years in Williamson County. He has served on the Clean Air Force of Texas, the Austin-San Antonio Corridor Council and many other regional infrastructure organizations.


Lifeline Screening Gives People A Direction To Travel Towards Good Health

Lifeline Screening provides a way for people to check on their overall health for a very reasonable price and in a convenient way. The tests offered by Lifeline are not available at a doctor’s office or an urgent care center. They are normally found at hospitals and testing facilities, and they are fairly high priced at those institutions.

There are three basic types of screening procedures that are available at Lifeline Screening. One is the ultrasound screening procedure, the second is a finger-stick blood sample test, and the third is a limited electrocardiograph.

The ultrasound is similar to the test that pregnant moms have to determine the sex of the baby and its disposition inside of the womb. Sound waves are sent into the body and images are seen that show the organs in real life. The newest Doppler color images are illustrated which offer accurate and vivid images.

The finger-stick test only needs a few small drops of blood to create a full lipid panel that will show the levels of cholesterol, both HDL and LDL, both the good and the bad along with glucose levels, which are used to diagnose diabetes, and liver enzymes for testing for liver disease.

The limited electrocardiograph shows how the heart is working and tests for atrial fibrillation which is more common than many people believe. A-Fib, another name for an irregular heartbeat, can cause blood clots which can lead to stroke, so this is an important item for a person’s doctor to know about.

All of the screening tests that are available from Lifeline Screening are non-invasive and very simple to do. There is no preparation needed for a person to take these tests.

Lifeline is available all over the United States in designated locations and employer facilities. You can check the company website to learn of a location nearest to you.

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