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2013-05-16 08:28:44

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- For the estimated 50 million Americans living with arthritis, just picking up a pen to write a quick note can be a painful undertaking. The Dr. Grip Center of Gravity(®) (COG) writing instruments by Pilot Corporation of America are making writing comfortable again for those suffering with arthritis pain. With an ergonomic design that reduces stress on the hand, Dr. Grip COG allows for a significantly more comfortable writing experience....

2012-11-13 20:21:42

CARLSBAD, Calif., Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Callaway Golf Company (NYSE: ELY) today introduced the RAZR Fit Xtreme(TM) Driver, the longest fully adjustable driver the Company has ever measured. Available to golfers on January 18, 2013, the RAZR Fit Xtreme Driver debuts new technologies to advance overall performance and promote distance gains over its predecessor, the award-winning, Tour-proven RAZR Fit® Driver. Headlining the RAZR Fit Xtreme Driver is a powerful new...

2012-05-30 10:25:19

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., May 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In a three-month study conducted by the Georgia Tech Research Institute, Dr. Grip Center of Gravity (COG) surpassed key competitors in overall comfort ratings for users both with and without arthritis. Dr. Grip COG was proven to be almost two times more comfortable than key competitor brands. The entire Dr. Grip line of pens has earned the Ease-of-Use Commendation from the Arthritis Foundation, and is produced by Pilot Corporation of America...

2010-10-21 11:30:00

REDONDO BEACH, Calif., Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- InterLingua Business Publishing is pleased to announce today the release of it newest strategic planning book, The Center of Gravity, by Jack Bernstein. The Center of Gravity is based on a concept created by Napoleon Bonaparte that has become part of today's military lexicon. Military planners refer to it as finding the focal point of an army, and in battle, it is critical to focus on that pivotal point, and not waste resources on...

2010-07-12 13:21:20

In the record books, the swiftest sprinters tend to be of West African ancestry and the faster swimmers tend to be white. A study of the winning times by elite athletes over the past 100 years reveals two distinct trends: not only are these athletes getting faster over time, but there is a clear divide between racers in terms of body type and race. Last year, a Duke University engineer explained the first trend "“ athletes are getting faster because they are getting bigger. Adrian...