Thursday, 12 January 2012

Valentines Flowers Men - Only You offer on Valentine’s Day at Ramada Hotel Suites Ajman

Celebrate the season of love at Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman, a premier destination for business and leisure travellers, where a Valentine’s Day package has been created specifically for those looking to book a short break around February 14.

Called “Only You”, the special valentines flowers men for room package offers a stay at an Executive suite for AED 550/- per room per night. The package includes a set dinner at a designated restaurant where you and your beloved can enjoy intimate moments while savouring the delicious food coupled with complimentary non-alcoholic sparkling wine and signature home-made chocolate. The following morning, enjoy a buffet breakfast at Orchid Restaurant where the freshest dishes have been prepared to start your day right. Couples can also use the fitness center or head to the beach for a swim together. Or if you prefer to indulge in a more relaxing environment, head to the spa and avail of 25% discount on spa treatments.

Iftikhar Hamdani, General Manager, said: “Spend a romantic night on this Valentine’s Day at Ramada Hotel & Suited Ajman and have an extraordinary experience with your beloved one. We have created special package to celebrate the season of love. Head to Ajman on this special day and leave everything to us because we will guarantee a truly memorable moment for you and your partner!”

Treat your sweetheart to a romantic stay at Ramada Hotel & Suites Ajman on Valentine's Day. For inquiries, and valentines flowers men click here

Monday, 9 January 2012

valentines flowers men - Valentine's Day Gifts: Bea's Gift Baskets and Gifts

Valentine's Day is right around the corner and Bea's Gift Baskets and Gifts has a beautiful assortment of gifts perfect for that special someone in your life.  There are gift baskets for men, women and even children!  Whether you want to send some love close to home or far away, their selection is the sweetest around!

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Thursday, 5 January 2012

valentines flowers men - Love me tender: Valentine's Day show a tribute to rock 'n' roll king

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With the first half of our season complete, the Arts Council is looking forward to the remaining three shows in our 2011-12 season lineup. With Christmas and New Year's behind us, we are now shifting our focus to Valentine's Day!

The Arts Council will present "Love Me Tender," a tribute to
the music of Elvis Presley, at
7:30 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Performing Arts Center of Wisconsin Rapids.

This wonderful tribute features two performers who will recreate the role of Elvis. Scot Bruce will bring the music and dancing of the young King to life, and Mike Albert will recreate the musical styling of Elvis' Las Vegas show bands. This performance will give you a taste of diversity of Elvis' musical career. Tickets cost $42, plus sales tax.

The Arts Council also will present "The All New Original Tribute to The Blues Brothers" on March 9, and Michael Kaeshammer on April 13.

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Tuesday, 3 January 2012

valentines flowers men - Hertfordshire surgicentre blighted by operation delays

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The £47m Surgicentre, based at the Lister Hospital in Stevenage, became fully operational in October, to treat thousands of patients across the area, including many in Welwyn Hatfield.

But the centre, which boasts six operating theatres, inpatient beds and outpatient services, has been blighted by cancelled operations and delayed appointments.

The full scale of problems at the centre – which is run by private company Clinicenta in partnership with NHS Hertfordshire – emerged at a meeting of the county council’s health scrutiny committee.

Cllr Sharon Taylor said: “I’ve had people report to me, people who have had surgery, saying it’s back to the old days.

“People are turning up for operations, waiting all day, then being sent home.

“One person, who is a teacher, had taken the time off and got people to cover. He went down, waited all day and was then told he wasn’t having the operation on that date and was told to come back later that week.”

Although it is based at the Lister, the surgicentre has no affiliation to the East and North Herts NHS Trust, which runs the hospital.

And, despite the trust having handled a number of complaints, Cllr Taylor said this meant it was powerless to act.

She added: “They don’t have any say over it, and are just as unhappy as we are.

“If not through Lister Hospital, how do we get this sorted out? What do people do if they want to complain?”

Beverly Flowers, director of systems management at NHS Hertfordshire, admitted there had been “teething problems” in the first few months.

She said: “Transferring services from one provider to another is a pretty complicated process and we know there have been some teething problems during this early stage of the new arrangements.

“The surgicentre team are working hard to make sure that changes to appointments are kept to the absolute minimum and that when it has been necessary to make changes patients are kept fully informed.”

The East and North Herts NHS Trust said it was unable to comment.
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Sunday, 1 January 2012

valentines flowers men - In high-tech age, letters still matter

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Instant communication may be all the rage, but old-fashioned letter-writing may have a more beneficial lasting effect on recipients.

In a study involving nearly 200 married soldiers serving in war zones, most in Iraq, researchers found that letters from home — just a few words from the heart, scribbled onto paper or typed into an e-mail — served as an inoculation against post-traumatic stress disorder.

“Those positive, permanent forms of communication may have mental health benefits,” said University of Denver researcher Benjamin Loew, who co-authored the study, published in the Journal of Traumatic Stress.

More “instant” forms of communication, such as telephone calls or video chats, did not have the same positive effect on soldiers’ mental well-being as the receipt of written communication or even care packages, the study found.

One theory why this is the case, according to the researchers, is that people tend to think through what they write in a letter and are less likely to be argumentative and more free to share affection and other positive feelings.

Letters also serve as mementos that soldiers can carry with them as a reminder of home.

“A soldier could repeatedly pull out a letter or an e-mail and feel support,” Loew said. “A phone call can be recalled but can’t be re-experienced. A letter can be read over and over again.”

The research team found that happily married soldiers who received frequent communication that the team described as delayed -- letters, emails, care packages — had fewer PTSD symptoms than those who’d received more instant communications, such as phone calls, video chats and instant messages.

But they also detected one scenario in which letters from home proved detrimental.

Soldiers in unhappy marriages who communicated often by delayed means tended to have more PTSD symptoms, the study found.

“We don’t know if the communications are more negative, or if it reflects a soldier doing a lot of writing home and not getting anything in return,” Loew said.
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