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Fitness May Significantly Aid in Learning

Julian Omidi discusses the importance of keeping kids physically fit so that they are more effective receptacles for academic information. Aerobic fitness might play a role in children’s ability to learn, according to two new studies. Physically fit kids seem to be better learners than their un-fit peers, according to studies published in the medical [...]

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Spread Understanding During Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

With September being Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, Julian Omidi encourages you to spread a better understanding of the disease in any way you can. According to recent reports, roughly 5 million Americans are currently suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. For those unfamiliar with Alzheimer’s, this particular disease results in dementia that causes significant issues with thinking, behavior, [...]

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NYPD Takes Over for ASPCA in Animal Cruelty Cases

Julian Omidi examines the transition and benefits of legal forces becoming involved with cases of animal abuse in New York City.  Until recently, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has been responsible for responding to reports of animal cruelty in New York City.  However, it was announced that the calls of [...]

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Brown Streak Disease Contributing to Poverty in Africa

A plant virus has blighted the cassava crops in several African nations, causing the harvested plants to be virtually unsellable. Julian Omidi looks at the devastating Brown Streak Disease, which has rendered the plant upon which hundreds of millions of Africans depend bitter and inedible, and has diminished the revenue approximately 90 percent. More than [...]

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Logan’s Law Would Require Register for Animal Abuse

Michigan is looking to institute the first state-wide registry of people convicted of animal abuse, known as Logan’s Law. The new law will also prevent convicted animal abusers from acquiring pets. In a huge leap forward for animal rights, Michigan could become the first state to pass a bill requiring the registry of offenders against [...]

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Hypocretin May Aid in Sleep

A new study on the hormone hypocretin seems to reveal that it functions as more than just a sleep regulator, possibly putting new sleep aid medications that inhibit its production into question. Julian Omidi examines how sleep aids that tamper with hypocretin could affect the emotional health of the user.  Did you know that one [...]

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Could You Live Below the Line?

The Global Poverty Project challenges people to live on $1.50 a day for five days, the global equivalent of living below the extreme poverty line. Julian Omidi looks at this challenge and what can be gained from it.  The Global Poverty Project believes that one of the best tools to fight poverty is to get [...]

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Julian Omidi – The Oscars and Charity

Julian Omidi reviews the benefits that Oscar parties have for charities. Some of the charities Julian Omidi highlights that benefited from Oscar parties include UNICEF and Elton John AIDS Foundation.  Oscar weekend is over and the winners are in. What may surprise you is that the winners aren’t just the ones who went home with [...]

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Julian Omidi Discusses the Effects of Sustained Alcohol Use on Sleep

Julian Omidi reports on recent research that suggests that consistently using alcohol to initiate sleep may lead to sleep disorders in the future. While it may be thought that having a cocktail or a glass of wine before bed helps to promote sleep, it appears that the type of sleep it induces is not as [...]

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Julian Omidi on How to Avoid Bullying Your Child About Their Weight

With the foundation of Children’s Obesity Fund, Julian Omidi is working to provide resources and prevention to fight the obesity epidemic in the United States. Here Julian Omidi discusses ways to help children deal with obesity in a manner that is not detrimental to their self-esteem. No one doubts the problem of childhood obesity; it [...]

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Hands for Hope and Childhood Poverty in Los Angeles

Poverty is a significant issue faced by many children in California and many of those children reside in Los Angeles. Across the state of California over 2 million children lived in poverty last year, a number that accounts for almost one-quarter of the population of children within the state. While not all children who live [...]

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Charity Volunteerism Will Increase Around the Holidays

Julian Omidi looks at the increase of volunteerism and charitable giving around the end of the year. Julian Omidi discusses the reasons for the influx in charity and how it benefits all. Around the holidays charities see an increase in not only financial contributions but also in time and effort given to them by volunteers. [...]

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Julian Omidi on the Mixed Benefits of Multivitamins

Billions of dollars are spent every year on multivitamins in the United States. Julian Omidi takes a look at whether these multivitamins have enough benefits to warrant the amount of spending Americans take part in. Approximately 42% of adults in America take a daily multivitamin, but research has yet to determine whether or not taking [...]

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Julian Omidi on Lawsuits Stemming from Meningitis Outbreak

One of the biggest stories in health news lately has been the deadly meninigitis outbreak in the United States and the lawsuits to follow. Julian Omidi discusses why so many have reason to file a lawsuit against the maker of steroid shots in Boston. Across the U.S. in 16 states more than 297 people have [...]

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Julian Omidi on the Importance of Teachers in the Fight Against Poverty

I, Julian Omidi, and my brother Michael Omidi are pleased that the United Nations has created an eight-point strategy officially known as Millenium Development Goals. Michael Omidi and I endorse the second of those eight goals, which was recently highlighted on World Teachers’ Day this past October 5th. This goal being a focus on attracting [...]

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Julian Omidi Talks About New Electronics that Melt in the Body

Julian Omidi is a philanthropist that works on providing assitance to those suffering from poverty the world over. Here, Julian Omidi discusses the creation of new electronic devices that aid in health care and that actually melt away in the body. Electronics composed of silicon and magnesium oxide and a thin layer of silk have [...]

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Julian Omidi Announces New Site Dedicated to Charities He Supports

Julian Omidi formed a non-profit organization to assist charities in their fight against poverty. Since it’s formation Julian Omidi has been able to support and aid a wide variety of charities around the world and at home. Julian Omidi here, and I just wanted to share with you a new website that I have started [...]

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Julian Omidi on the Crisis of Confidence Faced By Young Girls in Los Angeles

Julian Omidi is concerned about the crisis of confidence faced by young girls in Los Angeles. Julian Omidi recognizes how hard it can be for young girls that live in Los Angeles to develop a healthy sense of self-esteem, which is why Julian and Michael Omidi are supporting Girls on the Run of Los Angeles [...]

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Julian Omidi on the Obesity Paradox

Julian Omidi discusses what has come to be known as the “obesity paradox.” Along with his brother Michael Omidi, Julian Omidi has formed a not-for profit organization called No More Poverty, which supports charities in various philanthropic efforts around the globe. We hear a lot about the obesity epidemic in the United States. The fact [...]

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Julian Omidi and NMP Support A Place Called Home

No More Poverty is a non-profit organization formed by Julian Omidi and Michael Omidi.  They are pleased to announce that they are now providing support through NMP to A Place Called Home.

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