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NEXS, NHPR, SFIO, WOOF, SCOK - Stock Report! Feb 23rd 2011


Nexxus Lighting, Inc. (Nasdaq:NEXS) announced that it's President & CEO, Mike Bauer will present at the J.P. Morgan LED General Lighting Symposium in Santa Clara, CA on Thursday, February 24, 2011. Nexxus is among ten companies invited to present, including Veeco, National Semiconductor and Rubicon Technologies. The objective of the event is to share information from industry leaders that are focused on the technology surrounding the adoption of LED's for general lighting. A webcast of the presentation will be available after the event.

Nexxus Lighting, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, marketing, and sale of light emitting diode (LED) and fiber optic lighting products primarily in the United States.

A substantial extent of research shows that there are serious health and financial aftereffects associated with being uninsured. Research shows that leaving a big share of the population without health insurance affects not only those who do not have insurance, but also the health and economic wellbeing of the country. Although these findings, the number of uninsured Americans continues to expand. Although the national dispute over ensuring health coverage for more Americans periodically gains momentum, it then stalls—perhaps in part because not enough is known about both the benefits and the costs of extending coverage to more, if not all, of the uninsured.

National Health Partners, Inc. (National Health) (OTCBB:NHPR.OB), a leading provider of unique discount healthcare membership programs, announced that the Company has achieved positive earnings for the quarter ended September 30, 2010 compared to a loss of $522,542 for the same period last year. Revenues for the 3rd quarter grew 12.3% over the same period last year. The Company attributes the net earnings to the significant cost-cutting initiatives taken over the past couple of quarters and which is continuing in the 4th quarter.

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