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WTAE-TV, WPXI-TV/PCNC, WQED, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh Quarterly, KDKA Radio Among Nominees to be Honored for Accurate Portrayal of Mental Health Issues in Local Media
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) October 28, 2011
WTAE-TV, WPXI-TV/PCNC, WQED, Mercy Behavioral Health, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh Quarterly, and KDKA Radio are among the nominees for the Inaugural SWPA Media and Mental Health Awards. The SWPA Media and Mental Health Awards, which are produced by the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. (EIC) in collaboration with the Staunton Farm Foundation, honor print, online, TV and radio media coverage that accurately report on and depict mental health issues. This year’s ceremony, which is set for November 10, 2011, will take place at the Sheraton Station Square.
“This event is the culmination of two years of bridge-building in Southwestern Pennsylvania between the Pittsburgh media and mental health advocates,” said Susan Brozek Scott, Pittsburgh Regional Director for EIC. “It says to journalists that their work to produce high-quality, accurate stories about mental illness is truly valued and recognized. And it says to people in our communities who have a mental health diagnosis that our region is standing by you, we applaud your efforts in treatment and recovery, and we are fully committed to working together to remove barriers and celebrate hope.”
“Our work in SWPA to elevate media awareness about behavioral health in storytelling is serving as a national model that demonstrates the value in accuracy and reporting on health concerns,” said Brian Dyak, EIC President, CEO and Co-Founder. “The Media and Mental Health nominees should take great pride in the fact that their efforts are changing attitudes by facing the reality that many mental health challenges are surmountable.”
“The Staunton Farm Foundation is pleased to support and encourage accurate depictions in media about behavioral health issues that are often misunderstood by the public,” said Joni Schwager, Executive Director of the Staunton Farm Foundation. “The media is the cornerstone as to how the public gets much of its health information. Journalists, news writers, reporters, and entertainment producers are critical to helping the public better grasp the dimensions of mental illness and the hope that our families, coworkers, and communities can foster.”
WTAE-TV received five nominations across two categories, the most of any local electronic news outlet nominated in the Media and Mental Health Awards. In the TV News Series category, Michelle Wright, Mike Lazorko, Tim Lohle and Terry Connell are nominated for “The Impact of Mental Illness in Pittsburgh and the Hope of Recovery.” For the category TV News Segment, WTAE- TV’s nominated segments include:
“Family Of Alleged Priest Abuse,” “Victim Rallies Against Lawsuit Dismissal,” “Pittsburgh Diocese Sued Over Alleged Abuse Victim’s Suicide,” “Jennifer’s Law Would Honor Greensburg Victim, Make Witnesses Report Crime,” and “Doctor: Pittsburgh Police Murder Suspect Doesn’t Seem Insane.”
WPXI-TV/PCNC received two nominations in the category TV Community Affairs Program for What’s On Your Mind? Managing Corporate America with Dr. Safdar Chaudhary and Brian Abzanka, and Night Talk with Ellis Cannon and Abzanka. WQED Multimedia also received a nomination in this category for David Solomon and Paul Ruggeri’s Long Road Home as well as a nomination for TV News – Program Length for Solomon and Ruggeri’s Losing Lambert: A Journey Through Survival and Hope.
Mercy Behavioral Health’s YouTube Channel has been nominated twice in the category of Internet News Story for “Part One: Four People Share Their Stories of Mental Illness, Recovery and Hope” and “Part Two: Three Families Discuss the Challenges and Joys of Children and Siblings with Intellectual Disabilities.” The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pittsburgh City Paper, and GuidetoGoodHealth.com all received nominations in this category as well. KDKA Radio is nominated for Does Summer Make You Depressed? by John Shumway and Larry Richert.
On the print side, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette received multiple nominations in the Newspaper Story category. The Post-Gazette is also nominated for an Outstanding Achievement award for its story, “Mayview State Hospital: Last Reminder of a Lost Era Closes,” by Dennis B. Roddy, Steve Mellon and, posthumously, Joe Fahy, while the Pittsburgh Quarterly is nominated for its “Moving Beyond Mayview” piece in the Magazine category.
The nominees for the Media and Mental Health Awards were selected by a committee of local Pittsburgh media professionals and experts from the fields of medicine and mental health. The honorees will be announced at the ceremony on November 10th. A complete list of nominees can be found below or at http://www.eiconline.org/eic-resources/swpa.
About Entertainment Industries Council
EIC, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1983 by leaders of the entertainment industry to bring the power of the industry to bear on communication about health and social issues. The organization is considered to be the chief pioneer of entertainment advocacy outreach and one of the premiere success stories in the field of entertainment education and information resources for entertainment creators, through innovative and time-proven services and methods of “encouraging the art of making a difference” from within the entertainment industry. EIC also produces the simulcast national television special PRISM Awards Showcase which addresses accurate portrayals of substance abuse and mental illness: prevention treatment and recovery.
EIC also addresses issues such as diabetes, ADHD, foster care, women’s health, firearm safety and injury prevention, sun safety and skin cancer prevention, human trafficking, terrorism and homeland security, eating disorders and obesity, seat belt use and traffic safety, and HIV/AIDS prevention. It has also launched an initiative to increase the public profile and interest in science, engineering and technology. EIC’s web site is http://www.eiconline.org. The PRISM Awards web site is http://www.prismawards.com.
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About the Staunton Farm Foundation
The Staunton Farm Foundation is an organization dedicated to supporting mental health treatment and service for children, teens, and adults suffering from mental disorder in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Originally founded in 1937 in accordance with the wishes expressed in Matilda Staunton Craig’s will, the foundation has expanded to include university and hospital out-patient clinics as well as the 10 counties that comprise the southwestern region of Pennsylvania. The Staunton Family Foundation remains committed to providing support for individuals suffering from mental health disorders and their families through its continuous support of systems and organizations developing enhanced behavioral health treatments.
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Media and Mental Health Awards Recognition Nominations List
TV News – Program Length:
Losing Lambert: A Journey Through Survival and Hope (WQED Multimedia)
TV Community Affairs Program:
Long Road Home (WQED)
What’s On Your Mind? Managing Corporate America (WPXI-TV/PCNC)
Night Talk (WPXI-TV/PCNC)
TV News Series:
The Impact of Mental Illness in Pittsburgh and the Hope of Recovery (WTAE-TV)
TV News Segment:
Family of Alleged Priest Abuse Victim Rallies Against Lawsuit Dismissal (WTAE-TV)
Pittsburgh Diocese Sued Over Alleged Abuse Victim’s Suicide (WTAE-TV)
Jennifer’s Law Would Honor Greensburg Victim, Make Witnesses Report Crime (WTAE-TV)
Doctor: Pittsburgh Police Murder Suspect Doesn’t Seem Insane (WTAE-TV)
EIC Announces Inaugural Media and Mental Health Awards Nominees – Page Four
Internet News Story:
A Soldier’s Heart: Part Three (PTSD) (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
When Your Child is Using Heroin: Help For Parents (GuideToGoodHealth.com)
On the Record with Indiana University of Pennsylvania Criminology Professor Rose Gido
(Pittsburgh City Paper)
Part One: Four People Share Their Stories of Mental Illness, Recovery and Hope (Mercy
Behavioral Health – YouTube Channel)
Part Two: Three Families Discuss Challenges and Joys of Children and Siblings with
Intellectual Disabilities (Mercy Behavioral Health – YouTube Channel)
Does Summer Make You Depressed? (KDKA Radio)
Moving Beyond Mayview (Pittsburgh Quarterly)
Local Dispatch: Cousin’s struggles with mental illness provide her clarity (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Mental health center emphasizes exercise (Leader Times)
Millions of us have mental illnesses; you are not alone (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Professor knows bipolar disorder firsthand (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Wounded warriors: Caregivers for wounded vets wait to get funds from VA (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Mayview State Hospital: Last reminder of a lost era closes – Parts 1 and 2 (Pittsburgh Post Gazette)
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Global Functional Foods and Drinks Market to Exceed $130 Billion by 2015, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
San Jose, CA (Vocus) October 25, 2010
Despite the growing popularity of functional foods and drinks over conventional products, the market has not been entirely immune to the vagaries of the worldwide economic hardships. Though the functional foods market continued a positive growth trajectory in 2009 and 2010, the pace slowed down, particularly in developed regions, with Europe and North America bearing the maximum brunt of the negative sentiments. However, the functional foods and drinks market is expected to bounce back quickly once the market recovers from the recession. Going forwards, the developing regions are expected to be the prime growth engines, with the Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and East Europe anticipated to taking away market share from the US and other developed markets.
Increasing health and wellness concerns have moved functional foods and drinks from a niche segment to a mainstream product. United States, Europe and Japan represent the major markets worldwide, as stated by the new market research report on Functional Foods and Drinks. Heart health is one of the most desired and highly demanded health benefits from functional foods. An increase in consumer knowledge together with an array of new product launches has bolstered consumer interest in anti-cholesterol products. With contribution from such factors, worldwide market for heart health foods is estimated to grow rapidly in the coming years. In addition, the snacks and confectionery segment is in particular finding favor across all consumer categories. Several snack and candy companies in Southeast Asia, North America and Europe have initiated the addition of energy boosters and antioxidants in low levels, which offer moderate levels of nutrition. Moreover, success of organic foods and emerging trend for functional foods has incited food makers to develop a combination product Organic Functional Foods, to strike the growing demand for healthy foods. As a result, several food companies are playing an active role in developing such products. Flavor and functional benefits continue to be the crucial factors determining consumption decisions.
Functional Drinks comprises one of the fastest growing sectors in the overall beverage industry. Consumers prefer drinks that are rich in vitamins and nutrients, besides providing hydration and flavor. There is considerable scope for developing such new beverages, as health-conscious consumers tend to avoid caffeine and sugar-based drinks. Super greens such as spirulina, wheatgrass and Chlorella, with several health claims, are also increasing their presence in the market. Energy drinks, though smallest, is the fastest growing category in the global functional drinks market. Currently, manufacturers are seeking to distinctively differentiate their products, either through flavors, formulations, brand name, or packaging. With a noticeable rise in the rate of obesity in children, companies are prompted to develop products on healthier parameters to encourage this consumer group to prefer functional beverages. Functional beverages that offer beauty enhancement are also gaining importance. Functional organic drinks also comprise a new promising market with smaller players introducing several new products.
Asia-Pacific is one of the rapidly emerging markets for functional foods and drinks with enormous potential for astounding growth. While functional foods have already forayed into the markets of Australia, China, Korea, and Taiwan, neighboring India, Singapore, Philippines, and Malaysia also look promising. The market is projected to post a CAGR of more than 6.0% over the analysis period. Dairy drinks are among the most demanded functional drink varieties. Also, demand for such drinks fortified with probiotics is very high. Probiotic yogurts constitute almost half of the functional dairy products market, followed by cheese.
The functional foods and beverages market is characterized by the presence of international food and beverage companies. Key players profiled in the study includeGeneral Mills, Inc., Groupe Danone, Kelloggs Company, Nestle, PepsiCo, The Coca-Cola Company, Unilever Group, Yakult Honsha Co., among others.
The report titled Functional Foods and Drinks: A Global Strategic Business Report announced by Global Industry Analysts, Inc provides a comprehensive review of market trends, drivers, product profile, players, competition, technological developments, recent developments, mergers, acquisitions and other strategic industry activities. Analysis is presented for major geographic markets such as United States, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. Current & future value analytics from 2000 through 2015 are provided in terms of product segments including Cereals and Grains, Dairy Products, Beverages, Snacks, and Other Functional Foods.
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About Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
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Drinks firm Diageo is to fund a scheme to train 10,000 midwives to help highlight the dangers of drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
The multinational business behind brands Guinness and Smirnoff has pledged more than 4m to a training programme run by the National Organisation for Foetal Alcohol Syndrome UK ( Nofas-UK ).
The Department of Health hopes the initiative will help more than a million expectant mothers over three years.
The move is part of the Government’s plan to attract the private sector into public health.
Public Health Minister Anne Milton said: “Midwives are one of the most trusted sources of information and advice for pregnant women.
“This pledge is a great example of how business can work with NHS staff to provide women with valuable information.
“This will help over a million women over the next three years to make an informed decision about drinking during their pregnancy
“It will potentially improve their health and also give their baby the best start in life.”
However, the British Medical Association has expressed concern about the drinks industry funding such a scheme.
Government guidance is for pregnant women to avoid drinking alcohol, but if they do to drink only one to two units, once or twice a week.
Diageo spokeswoman Rebecca Perry said: “It’s one of those things that we feel really passionate about.
“There isn’t much money going into this area of alcohol and social responsibility, and we felt that Nofas-UK was spreading an important message.
“People are much more familiar with the guidance around drink driving or around alcohol and units and the damage that can do to your health.
“But around pregnancy, it’s more of a sensitive issue and we really felt that we could help make a difference in this area.”
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The best protein powder types may be made of four different proteins which include egg, soy, rice and whey protein (from milk). the actual powder may also be a combination of a number of elements. They may be employed as protein shakes, added to cereal or oatmeal, used when cooking and stirred into soup to increase the protein content. It can be used everyday as a dietary supplement additionally. the total amount you need to get daily is dependent upon various elements which include your actual age, weight as well as activities.
What’s in the Best Protein Powder?
As there are a lot of protein products in the marketplace you might be confused and never able to choose the best protein powder. Some of these ideas will help you to pick the best protein powder. the first thing you should do is look at the nutritional information on the label. One of the best protein powder ingredients has to be whey protein isolate, which is the finest kind of protein obtainable – its very high quality. Whey protein isolate is a cleaner protein and is absorbed quickly by your system. It can be included in your protein shake after your workout as well as pre-workout meal or with your breakfast in the morning.
Though many protein powders are filled with branched chain amino acids (BCAAa) that support your muscles efficiency, depending on your goals (such as lose weight or cut calories) you many need a separate BCAA supplement to help stop hunger pains with a healthy drink.
When to Drink the Best Protein Powder?
If you wish to use the best protein powder and get the most benefit you should use a whey protein isolate for after your workout and a mixture of whey protein concentrate, whey protein isolate, and micellar casein protein powder in other parts of the day. particularly the casein protein powders will help give you the feeling of fullness longer and will slowly digest in between meals.
Following these pointers you will be able to find the best protein powder you need.
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