Petition to United States Department of Health and Human Services
Create A Worldwide Law That Overviews Health Problems
For far too long, people have suffered heart attacks, kidney failures, strokes, cardiac arrests and other natural causes that killed them, but mostly, people who were with them have taken them to the hospital, so that they can save them from dying. For example, Rob Benedict(God From the TV Series Supernatural) suffered a stroke at the Toronto Supernatural convention. Luckily, Richard Speight Jr. brought him to a local hospital where he remained for ten days until he was transferred to a hospital in Los Angeles. If they had been a few hours late, he would have done. Together, people have donated to the National Stroke Association, a non-profit orgranization working to reduce the impact of stroke. But it is time that the U.S and the governments of the world created a law to overview everyone with special cameras, so that when they suffer any of these problems, they can be taken to the hospital and saved and live their lives longer. I'm aware of this because I am always trying to stay as healthy as I can. And I know that everyone will want to learn the same lesson if this happens. As more lives are saved, the more they will reevaluate their lives. Please sign this petition and spread the word. You'll make a difference in helping me save lives.
Petition to Jim Memeti, Cr Youhorn Chea, Cr Sean O'Reilly, Cr Loi Truong, Cr Peter Brown, Cr Tim Dark, Cr Sophaneth (Sophie) Tan, Cr Matthew Kirwan, Cr Angela Long, Cr Zaynoun Melhem, Cr Maria Sampey, Martin Pakula, Mark Dreyfus
LET'S GO AGAINST the build up of waste-to-energy facility close to the residential area
Waste-to- energy facility has a huge negative effects on the local community health. The proposed plan is within a very close proximity to our community. A more suitable location will be a better option. Please stand up and against the decision if you don't want to breathe the toxic air which may be leaking from the waste facility. Please spread the word in your community, it's all for you, your family and your community. Updates: Proposed location- 70 Ordish Road, Dandenong South Vic 3175
Petition to Cr Misha Coleman, City of Yarra
Help Parkside Junior Football Club get access to Alphington Park
The Parkside Junior Football Club has exploded in participant numbers since its inception in 2006 - whilst having access to ONE sporting oval: Pitcher Park. We have 16 junior teams, 5 of which are girls team. 4 senior football teams, one FIDA team and one senior women's team. This is a lot for one sports oval to handle. Alphington Park is located nearby, yet due to it being in a different council PJFC has repeatedly been denied access to co-share the oval with the local soccer team. Younger junior teams (U8-U10) play on an area roughly one third of a full sized oval, games are short and wear on the oval very minimal. The goal of this petition is to encourage the City of Yarra to allow PJFC access to Alphington Park located on the border of Yarra and Darebin City Council. With close to 5000 new residents coming into the area with the AMCOR site development, families will want to choose Parkside for their children rather than travel to a club further away. 30% of PJFC members are residents and rate payers in the City of Yarra. Other clubs in the Yarra Junior Football League will also appreciate not having to travel to our current remote "second" grounds located up to half an hour away from our long-term home of Alphington.
Petition to Coles, Woolworths, aldi
Petition Coles and Woolworths to stock Satsuma-imo Sweet Potatoes (taste like chestnuts)
Japanese sweet potatoes - Murasaki, "satsuma-imo", "yaki-imo" are one of the world's healthiest and tastiest food. This sweet potato type is small and slender like a carrot or cucumber. The Japanese sweet potato have a purple skin and golden flesh when cooked. Some other variants have a cream color and purple flesh. They are extremely delicious. They are easy to cook and taste like chestnuts. They can be steamed, baked, fried, and boiled. Yaki-imo are roasted sweet potatoes. They are also very healthy. Low-GI, gluten-free. Eating them will help prevent IBS, and bowel cancer which are one of the leading causes of death among Australians. They also help you keep slim and healthy by assisting healthy bowel movement, preventing constipation, and promoting general health. You can purchase the Japanese sweet potatoes from a few boutique grocery shops. But they cannot be found in Coles, Woolworths, IGA, Aldi, and mainstream supermarkets. This petition is to gather enough community support to cause Coles, Woolworths, IGA, or Aldi to start selling this sweet potato variant as a regular item. If you want Australian Supermarkets to sell this product please vote for this petition. References: https://www.bonappetit.com/story/japanese-sweet-potatoes https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Roasted_sweet_potato https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Sweet_potato