Back to College: Dorms, Health Risks, Careers, and Family Stress
PHILADELPHIA, July 15 /PRNewswire/ --
College Savings on Dorm Furniture, Sorority Formals, and More
Invite the host of Consignment Chic Television, Tracy True Dismukes, to tell your audience how to save money on everything they'll need for going back to college, whether it's clothing, furniture, or decorative items to dress up any dorm. Dismukes is a nationally recognized expert on consignment shopping.
CONTACT: Tracy True Dismukes, (205) 281-8069 (AL); email@example.com; http://www.consignmentchic.com
How to Avoid "The Freshman Fifteen"
College freshman often gain weight as they adjust to their new lifestyle. As a naturopathic doctor and certified nutritionist, Dr. Ria Gilday can offer advice on how college students can not only lose weight despite all the late-night study sessions with pizza and soda, but keep it off throughout college.
CONTACT: Ria Gilday, (215) 721-8828 (PA); firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.drriaradio.com
Is Your College Student Taking the Right Major?
It's hard for college students to choose a career when they have such limited life experience. Reinvention Engineer Steve Olsher can help them save valuable time by getting on the right path now. His book Journey to You teaches people how to discover their innate talent and become who they were born to be.
CONTACT: Steve Olsher, (773) 914-4001 (IL); email@example.com; http://www.SteveOlsher.com
What Students Can Do Now to Get a Good Job After Graduation
Job search expert Rick Gillis can reveal the proven strategies that will help college graduates get good jobs after graduation, despite the slow economy. By taking steps now they can avoid being stuck at the fast food drive-through this summer. Gillis is the author of The Real Secret to Finding a Job.
CONTACT: Rick Gillis, (281) 240 2508 (TX); firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.rickgillis.com
Why Are College Students at Higher Risk of Illness?
The college lifestyle isn't recognized as the healthiest, but all the microwave meals, cell phone use, and endless hours on the computer can cause difficulty sleeping, a compromised immune system, and worse. Invite Dr. Debra Greene to tell you how students can reduce health risks at college.
CONTACT: Dr. Debra Greene, (808) 874-6441 (HI); email@example.com; http://www.EnergyHealthy.com
When College Causes a Crisis for Parents
As many students go off to college for the first time, some of their parents are surprised by how difficult this transition is for them. That empty place at the table can cause parents a great deal of stress and anxiety. Crisis management advisor Jim Moorhead can reveal easy solutions for parents.
CONTACT: Jim Moorhead, (202) 299-4353 (DC); firstname.lastname@example.org; http://www.crisismanage.com
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SOURCE Tracy True Dismukes et al.