Dao Drops Holistic Health Company Launches New Line to Help Users Target Beauty and Fitness Goals

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LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 19, 2020 / Dao Drops, an herbal wellness company, introduced a new collection of natural herbal formulas this week. The six-product lineup includes a wide-range of drops developed to aid users in reaching their fitness and beauty goals. Ranging from a vegan formula for beautiful hair to a post-workout tincture, this new collection makes holistic health easy and accessible.

The latest collection called BEAUTY BUNDLE has a wide range of products, from a vegan formula specifically designed to promote beautiful hair, to a post-workout tincture made to help with muscle recovery. In conjunction with the rest of their effective products, this new collection makes holistic health easy and accessible.

Dao Drops founder, CEO, and natural health enthusiast, Daniel Saghian believes that the newest launch of drops is a game-changer for clients who are looking for new and natural alternatives to reach their health goals. Saghian notes that in creating the new line, the company “specifically sought out herbs that have been used in holistic remedies for hundreds of years such as Schisandra, Tulsi, Irish Moss, and Sarsaparilla.”

The latest Beauty Bundle includes HAIR, SKIN, and BEAUTY drops and similar to the rest of their product offering, all of the new releases are entirely natural remedies curated to help bring the body into balance.

This new collection includes the following:

  • HAIR DROPS: a natural hair growth formula designed to reduce hair loss & nourish/thicken hair
  • BEAUTY DROPS: an anti-aging formula to supply key nutrients & diminish stress
  • SKIN DROPS: an antioxidant rich formula that reduces skin disorders & promotes glow

In addition to their BEAUTY Bundle, Dao Drops also launched their FITNESS Bundle that includes:

  • SKINNY DROPS: a metabolism boosting formula for natural weight loss, bloating, and unhealthy cravings
  • PRE-WORKOUT DROPS:a powerful combination of energy boosting herbs formulated to provide a natural increase in stamina and endurance
  • POST-WORKOUT DROPS:an expertly formulated herbal supplement designed to help with the repair of overworked muscles and buffer the effects of physical stress

This release marks Dao Drop’s latest product launch of 2020, which comes after the success of their other natural formulas, already loved by thousands of customers. The science behind Dao Drops herbal formulas is simple and effective. Each formula is a combination of natural herbs used to target particular wellness goals. Dao Drops non-alcoholic tinctures use cutting edge extraction methods, using only vegetable based palm-glycerin and crystal clear purified water. There are three different sizes for their products: ½ oz, 1 oz, and 2 oz lasting 1, 2, and 4 weeks respectively.

About Dao Drops

The mission of this company is to simplify holistic, plant-based remedies so that more people can incorporate herbs into their routines with ease. Dao Drops has an internal team of expert herbalists that bring together all different types of herbs found around the world.

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9Round Fitness and Sunny Days Entertainment Partner to Debut New Line of Boxing Equipment in Walmart Stores Nationwide

Fitness equipment sales grow amid coronavirus pandemic

GREENVILLE, S.C., Nov. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – The world’s largest kickboxing fitness franchise, 9Round Fitness is partnering with one of South Carolina’s fastest growing companies, Sunny Days Entertainment, to bring at home workouts to the next level with a new line of boxing equipment. Currently available at and over 600 Walmart locations nationwide, buyers can now kick, jab and cross in confidence with 9Round branded gloves, mitts, wraps and a reflex bag.

The rollout of 9Round Equipment comes at a time when fitness equipment purchases have skyrocketed since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. According to a Yelp report, consumer interest in fitness and exercise equipment is up by 437 percent since March 10th.

“We’re thrilled to be able to partner with 9Round, bringing a quality product to consumers at a time when we know they are looking for it most,” says Rick Mershon, SVP of Sales and Marketing at Sunny Days Entertainment. “9Round Fitness has built an outstanding reputation nationwide not only as a fitness company but also as a brand, and that is very apparent through the initial consumer response to the products.”

Each item includes a pass for one free workout at a local 9Round studio of choice.

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About Sunny Days Entertainment

Established in 2012, Sunny Days Entertainment, LLC comprises a core group of toy industry veterans with the mission of solving issues for retailers while providing ultra-fun, value added products to consumers.

Sunny Days Ent. focus is to enhance the experience for consumers with affordable products. The Sunny Days line includes: Maxx Action Vehicles, Maxx Bubbles, Pop-n-Play Tents, Ravel Tales and more!

About 9Round

Founded in 2008 by professional kickboxer Shannon Hudson and his wife, Heather, 9Round is a specialized fitness center that brings kickboxing fitness training to the average person in a 30-minute, trainer-guided, full-body circuit format. The program is developed around a proprietary and copyrighted system of nine challenging workout stations created by Shannon himself. Since the workouts occur on a continuous circuit throughout the day, there are no scheduled class times. Members utilize 9ROUND PULSE, the brand’s wearable heart rate technology, to track effort, heart rate, calories burned and workout time during each 9Round session. Today, there are nearly 750 9Round locations open and operating throughout 41 states and in 19 countries including Canada, Costa Rica, Australia, Argentina, Guatemala, India, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mexico, Ecuador, New Zealand, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States. For more information, please visit

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Million line up as Slovakia launches unique nationwide COVID-19 test

By Radovan Stoklasa

TRENCIN, Slovakia (Reuters) – Over a million Slovaks took a coronavirus swab on Saturday as the country launched a huge logistical operation to test most of its population over the weekend to reverse a rise in the pandemic.

Authorities say the ambitious plan to test most citizens aged over 10 among Slovakia’s 5.5 million people is the first of its kind in a country of its size.

It is being watched by other nations looking for ways to slow the virus spread and avoid overwhelming their health systems.

More than 40,000 medics and support teams of soldiers, police, administrative workers and volunteers staffed around 5,000 sites to administer the antigen swab tests.

As of noon (1100 GMT), 828,518 people had been tested and 7,947 were positive, Defence Minister Jaroslav Nad told a news conference.

“We have clearly got to over 1 million (as of 1500 GMT) – people’s interest continues,” Nad said, adding that over 3 million people may be tested over the course of the weekend.

Prime Minister Igor Matovic has said he hoped the plan would identify and quarantine enough infected people to avert a strict lockdown for everyone.

The testing was free and voluntary, but the government will impose lockdowns on people who do not participate, including a ban on going to work.

Martin Janosik, a 44-year-old entrepreneur, said he had taken part so his son would be allowed to attend school.

“I did not have much of a choice, but I did not think much about it,” he told Reuters at a testing centre in Trencin, a city north of the capital Bratislava.

“It is also good for me and for my company, if I am healthy I can be there and take people around.”

Slovak media reported up to four-hour queues but waiting times were getting shorter in the afternoon.

Some of the sites at schools, sports grounds, theatres, car parks and companies opened late on Saturday amid lack of staff or material, but Nad said 99% of sites were operational by early afternoon.

The antigen test gives results in just 15-30 minutes but is less accurate than the molecular PCR method.

Opponents of the scheme have pointed to a Czech study that found antigen tests identified only around 70% of infections detected by PCR tests, but the government has insisted that even at that level of accuracy the exercise is worth it.

Critics also question whether requiring people to show a negative test in order to move around freely complies with data protection rules.

A second round of testing is planned for a week’s time.

Slovakia reported 2,573 COVID-19 cases on Saturday through PCR testing, bringing the total to 57,664, with 219 deaths.

(Reporting by Radovan Stoklasa; Writing by Jan Lopatka; editing by John Stonestreet and Ros Russell)

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America’s Last Line of Defense for a Safe Vaccine

When the Food and Drug Administration ran into White House resistance to its proposed vaccine safety standards in early October, the agency took a bold step: It published the guidance on its Web site. The public could now see what vaccine manufacturers and the FDA’s own independent advisory panel would require to ensure a longer, scientifically rigorous process.

The two public health agencies responsible for overseeing the approval, distribution and use of a coronavirus vaccine—the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—have been undermined and politicized. The FDA’s proposed guidelines for emergency use of a coronavirus vaccine did finally clear the White House, but the well-publicized resistance has further undermined public trust in Operation Warp Speed just as the United States inches toward a viable vaccine. At a time when trust should be growing, the opposite is happening.

What should give Americans hope, however, is that both the FDA and the CDC have a last line of defense when it comes to approval and distribution of a vaccine: panels of outside experts who now merit the nation’s attention and unequivocal support. If, in the days ahead, either of these independent bodies are sidelined, ignored or in any way circumvented, a red line will have been crossed, and the safety and/or efficacy of a coronavirus vaccine can reasonably be questioned.

For the CDC, it’s the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, or ACIP, which next meets October 28–30. We each served terms on this committee at different times, and neither of us ever felt any political pressure during our tenures. The FDA equivalent is the Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee, or VRBPAC, which next meets October 22. Most Americans have never heard of either.

These panels of health experts, with expertise in vaccinology, immunology, pediatrics, internal medicine, infectious diseases and preventive medicine, among other disciplines, have been studying and assessing the myriad coronavirus vaccines under consideration. Each has been scouring data from phase I and phase II trials, and now are awaiting phase III data about some of the most promising vaccines in development.

The advisory panels operate with intentional transparency. The public has access, often in real time via livestream, to their discussions and discoveries, and public records document their work. The 15 voting members on each advisory committee all undergo conflict-of-interest reviews, with annual filings to safeguard compliance. Vaccine interests and financial attachments are disclosed, and members must recuse themselves from related votes. Whether for a coronavirus vaccine or other vaccines, these panels make recommendations as to whether a vaccine is safe, efficacious and ready to be licensed (FDA), as well as how and to which populations a vaccine should be distributed (CDC). Though the members on each committee surely understand the politics of the moment, they will never bend to it.

Today, despite regular political pressure being applied on FDA and CDC to meet arbitrary deadlines for a vaccine release, the time-tested vaccine vetting and approval system has held up since it was established nearly

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