IAPAM Adds NEW Botox Certification and Botox Training for Doctors Content

The IAPAM has added NEW content to its respected website, outlining the IAPAM's respected Botox Certification Training, and emphasizing Botox Training for Doctors.

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - November 28, 2012 -- Today, the IAPAM announces the publication of 2 NEW pages of content on its website http://www.iapam.com. This NEW content provides specific information to physicians on the IAPAM's Botox Certification Training http://iapam.com/botox-certification-training and outlines the scope of Botox Injection Training available for doctors from the IAPAM http://iapam.com/botox-training-for-doctors at the IAPAM's Aesthetic Medicine Symposium (http://iapam.com/aesthetic-medicine-symposium-botox-training).

Providing physicians, their staff and patients with DYNAMIC CONTENT is the mission of the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine. Comprised of physicians, business experts, researchers and communications specialists, the IAPAM Team is driven to ensure that its website, http://www.iapam.com, is the best one-stop 'window' for both doctors new to aesthetic medicine modalities such as botox, dermal fillers, lasers, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, and hCG for medical weight management, as well as seasoned professionals and patients looking for clinical and consumer content.

The new pages inform physicians on correct Botox injection training techniques as taught by the IAPAM's faculty of board-certified dermatologists. Also, the content explains that all IAPAM hands-on Botox training is performed in a clean medical practice, not a hotel room chair. The new pages also use a variety of photographs, video and text to communicate the IAPAM's Botox Training goals and objectives to physicians.

Come and use the ever-expanding content on the IAPAM's Website. Also, follow the IAPAM's Executive Director, Jeff Russell, as he provides timely advice to physicians and patients, in his weekly blog (http://iapam.com/category/iapam-blog) to receive breaking news about aesthetic medicinal advances and the business of aesthetic medicine.

For more information regarding aesthetic medical treatments, new technologies or future trends, please contact the IAPAM at 1-800-219-5108 ext 704, or visit http://www.iapam.com.

About the International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM)

The International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine is a voluntary global association of physicians and supporters, which sets standards for the aesthetic medical profession worldwide. The goal of the association is to offer education, ethical standards, credentialing, and member benefits to members around the globe. IAPAM membership is open to all licensed medical doctors (MDs), doctors of osteopathic medicine (DOs), physicians assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs). The IAPAM offers aesthetic medicine and hCG medical weight management programs, including: Botox training, medical aesthetic training, laser training, physician hCG training, and aesthetic practice business training. Additional information about the association can be accessed through the IAPAM's website (http://www.iapam.com) or by contacting:

Jeff Russell, Executive-Director
International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine (IAPAM)
1-800-219-5108 x704

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10 Ways to Have an Energy Fit Holiday

The holidays can be an expensive time of year with plenty of gift giving, house guests and festive décor, making an impact on the wallet. While FPL customers already have the lowest energy bills in the state, the company is helping its customers make their bills even lower with 10 Ways to Have an Energy Fit Holiday.

Juno Beach, FL (November 28, 2012) -- The holidays can be an expensive time of year with plenty of gift giving, house guests and festive décor, making an impact on the wallet. While FPL customers already have the lowest energy bills in the state, the company is helping its customers make their bills even lower with 10 Ways to Have an Energy Fit Holiday.

"Getting ready for the holidays can require a lot of energy, but most people probably aren't thinking about the energy costs when it comes to entertaining, gift buying and decorating," said Tim Fitzpatrick, vice president of Marketing & Communication for FPL. "The holidays are all about traditions, so by adding these energy-efficient changes FPL customers can be energy fit for years to come."

1. Deck the halls with LEDs. When it comes to holiday lighting, LED lights are the bright choice to get you more for your money. The amount of power it takes to operate just one 7-watt incandescent holiday bulb could power two 24-foot LED strings - enough to light a six foot tree. Additionally, LED light strings last about 10 times longer.

2. Set time on your side. Set timers for your holiday displays to turn off before bedtime so there is no need to burn the lights all night long.

3. Switch your non-holiday lights. Before overnight guests arrive, switch out guest room and common area lighting to compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs. Each CFL bulb you install will save you about $50 in energy costs over the life of the bulb.

4. Turn it off. Remind guests to turn off lights and fans when they leave the room. Stopping one ceiling fan from running all the time and turning at least one light off when you leave the room can save you more than $7 a month on your electric bill.

5. Stop peeking! Ovens lose a lot of heat when opened and require significant energy to heat back up to the appropriate temperature. Instead, when you have to sneak-a-peek, turn the oven light on and look through the interior window.

6. Choose glass or ceramic pans for the oven. These pans heat faster than metal ones and allow you to set the temperature 25 degrees lower than a recipe suggests for the same cooking time.

7. Don't forget your crock-pot. Use smaller appliances such as crock-pots, microwaves and toaster ovens when possible. These can be much more energy-efficient for side dishes or small meals.

8. Select energy-efficient electronics. When it comes to buying gifts for your loved ones, opt for a laptop computer over a desktop computer. Laptop computers require 50 to 80 percent less power than a desktop computer.

9. Let the star be your guide. Look for the ENERGY STAR logo when purchasing larger electronics or appliances. Newer ENERGY STAR models meet stricter requirements and can save up to 40 percent on energy over standard models.

10. Give the gift of light. Use solar-powered pathway or security lights for your home or as a gift to the person who loves being outside in the evening.

For more ways to get energy fit year-round take an Online Home Energy Survey at http://www.FPL.com/energyfit.

About Florida Power & Light Company
Florida Power & Light Company is the largest electric utility in Florida and one of the largest rate-regulated utilities in the United States. FPL serves 4.5 million customer accounts in Florida and is a leading employer in the state with approximately 10,000 employees. The company consistently outperforms national averages for service reliability while customer bills are below the national average. A clean energy leader, FPL has one of the lowest emissions profiles and one of the leading energy efficiency programs among utilities nationwide. FPL is a subsidiary of Juno Beach, Fla. - based NextEra Energy, Inc. (NYSE: NEE). For more information, visit http://www.FPL.com.

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